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    Oh, that is so bad. ๐Ÿ˜“๐Ÿ˜–

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      We are still walking like a drunkard today. But we are eating better. We ate our breakfast lying down. But we did not sick any of it back up.


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      We took some time to do some good rolling in the grass because we are Terrific Trudy! We have fun even when we are not feeling 100%. Laura put some foam squares down in the garage to cover the slippery slippery tiles on the walkway. So now we can walk between our house and our yard without assistance.


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      We are not amused that Other Dog is getting more attention than us.


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      We are Super Shelby! Other Dog being poorly doesn't make us any less super!

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        ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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          Awwwwww!

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            Sweethearts, both of them!

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                Good to hear she's doing better!

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                  Trudy and Shelby would like to propose "Synchronized Napping" as a new event for the Summer Games. (Or the Winter Games. This is a sport which can be practised year-round.) I think they would be shoo-ins to represent Canada!

                  Golden Retriever Trudy and Black Lab Shelby demonstrate near-perfect form during Synchronized Napping

                  Note: I took this photograph while attempting to do my daily workout with my mother. As you can see, my dogs do occasionally allow me to use a small portion of my own yoga mat.

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                    Because why else would you lay down mats if not for them to lie on?

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                      That is exactly what my doggo, and his companion when she was alive) has always claimed, too! My dogs had โ€œsynchronized guardingโ€ back end to back end in the front yard, like 2 big commas, as an act!๐Ÿ˜. One looking out over the front yard to the street and the other one facing the house๐Ÿ˜…

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                        AWWWW the bbbbaaaabbbiiieesss! Glad Trudy is doing better!

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                          Originally posted by Rainbow Dragon View Post
                          sleep_twitch does the vet give you the beeper? My vets expect you to drive to their clinic, then call them from your car via cell phone to tell them you are there. Then they will come outside and take your pet from you. When I explained to the receptionist (last spring, when all of this first started), that I would need to call them from home to tell them I was five minutes away, but that the best I could do from their parking lot was stand outside and wave at them through the windows because I don't own a cell phone, the receptionist became hostile and told me I could do things their way or not receive service at all. I like most of the people who work at my vets' clinic. But that one receptionist is clearly in the wrong line of work!
                          Yes, one person at a time can enter the reception area to say that they have arrived. They give you a beeper (it's these red disks that vibrate, they are often used in self service restaurants), and you wait outside. When the beeper goes off, you know that you can go inside to see the doctor. I might add that we chose this particular vet that is a bit of a drive from where we live, because we've had bad experiences with other vets, regarding the organization as well as how our pets were treated.

                          When I was at the vet once, before covid, there was a very rude man at the reception, with a puppy who needed his first vaccinations, and the guy was asking why he couldn't just leave the puppy there until the doc was done so he could go to work. I couldn't understand why someone like that is allowed to own a pet (and it was one of those problematic very small breeds)!

                          Glad to hear that Trudy is improving. I'm glad that you're taking such good care of her.

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                            just reading this now, sending healing vibes. Your dog toboggan idea was genius and I think dragging an 80lb dog around on this counts as a workout.

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                              I thought the toboggan idea was ingenious, as well, and we are keeping that in mind for when Boo cannot do stairs any more, for real. My husb stapled some carpet remnants onto the stairs yesterday to help with the slipping problems Boo has. Hope it does not cause MORE issues with tripping, tho!

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                                Sweet pics of sweet dogs

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