I know I’ve been gone for a while. I’ve been busy taking care of my pack – Mom, Dad, the boys. It’s been a really, really, busy time. Lots of stuff has happened.
First of all, I’m fine. I am doing really well. For a while I had a lot of trouble keeping my weight up. That kibble did not just did not taste wonderful to me. I frequently did NOT eat my breakfast or dinner. Now, though, Mom has been adding a little bit of shredded cheese to my meals. I have to say that’s been great. I usually got a little treat of cheese every day, but Mom decided that a little cheese added to my bowl would really add some “Umami” to my meal. Boy was she right!
So, now I am at the weight the vet wants me to be, and I feel great!
Nothing like being well fed and at the correct weight!
Don’t I look great?!
I find that I’m really rather relaxed and mellow now. Amazing what a delicious meal will do, right?
Unfortunately, some bad stuff has happened too. I discovered that I have a phobia of flies.
I hate flies.
I try and kill them every time I see them, but if I fail. I can’t help it. I turn tail and run and to my shame … hide. Think about it — they are not birds or squirrels. They are part of that tribe of flying things that FIGHTS BACK by STINGING YOUR NOSE! And look at this picture of one I found. Isn’t it creepy? It looks like an alien!
I don’t know about you, but I love my nose and don’t want it to suffer any insult! Especially, by that alien looking thing!
As a result of my phobia, Dad is getting ready to install a doggie door so that after I come back in from a trip outside, nobody has to jump up and quickly shut the back door. Sadly, it’s kind of my own fault that the flies got in the house in the first place.
On the upside, my folks are very sympathetic to my phobia and the boys are quite good at killing flies. Gregory nailed one with his basketball shoe a couple of months ago. Mom was not very happy about him throwing his big size 13 shoe in the house, but I had no problem with it. Another fly bit the dust and that was A-OK with me!
Enough about those rotten, moscas!
Good news for all doggies!
THANKSGIVING IS COMING!
What does that mean for us!!!
Well, I don’t know about you guys, but it means great left overs and add- ins to my kibble. Here’s what I’m looking forward to.
Turkey meat, turkey meat, turkey meat and turkey meat!
The other thing I get to look forward to is lots and lots of pets and tummy rubs from my grandpa and grandma who come to visit during my most favorite holiday of all time.
I’ll be back soon to tell you how my holiday went. I intend to have some great naps on my very, very, very full belly!
So, Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Your Snorkie Extraordinaire,