Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Today is the day ....

Drop off at the Vets was 7:45AM. If there are no complications, I'll be picking him up shortly before they close. Meanwhile, while we wait here's another video. Notice right at the beginning of the video how he growls at the Frisbee, as soon as he pounces on it. He gets mad, when he can't catch it in the air. Biko is looking for her tennis ball. It was very windy that day, and icy cold. My fingers almost froze off, but I can't press the tiny little record button with mittens on.

video

Afterward he made himself comfortable in my chair again. He likes cave like ambience, so David put the Quilt over him.
Happy Dec.8

Happy Dec.8

I have to remember to ask, how much he weighs now.

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7 comments:

2paw said...

I hope everything has gone well and that Sam is fine. Obviously those frisbees are evil and extremely wicked and need a good growling at!! I can hear him panting and I love how he runs!! They are lovely German Shepherds!!
Here, it is Peri who likes to be in a cave.
Thinking of Happy and hoping he is happy again soon!!

momsue84 said...

Good luck to Happy. More good luck to Mom. I love these videos! Milo loves the cave thing, too. He is always giving me his paw, asking to be covered up with a blanket.

Kris said...

Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Happy!

RC said...

Hope all goes well and recovery is quick!

aelva said...

Ich hoffe, alles ist gut gegangen und Happy übersteht die Nacht allein. Ich bin einfach total verliebt in Biko und Happy und freue mich über jedes neue Bild! Ich liebe Schäferhunde - meine Eltern haben auch einen, aber ich sehe ihn leider zu selten ...
LG

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Happy is blissfully unaware of what's in store ~ love the video. I'm sure the procedure will go absolutely smoothly, they do this all the time!

Love the cave David made for Happy!

Susan said...

Sending positive vibes to you and Happy today! I hope he can come home tonight. I predict that he'll be almost back to his old self tomorrow. It doesn't take the boys very long to recover, especially when they're young.