Wednesday, February 21, 2007
This is Siddra and Rosie during her arrival at the WSU Hospital of Veterinary Medicine. Siddra has been very helpful in taking good care of Rosie while she's away from home for three and a half long weeks. She calls us every evening with updates on our sweet Rosie. Yesterday Rosie got to play in the snow with other dogs. We'd also like to thank Janean, Rosies radiation oncologist.
This is what Rosie should be telling us. We are the ones needing assurance, consoling and a shoulder to lean on. We miss her so much, the house is so still and quite after only 2 days of being gone! She will surely miss us but I think 2 short walks a day and maybe some play time with the fourth year vet student Siddra, Rosie will be her usual happy self.
The drive to Pullman from Seattle was five hours long. If it hadn't been for the beautiful weather the drive would have seemed much longer. I took these next two shots out the window of our Pathfinder, thanks to DeeDee for driving the majority of the way to Pullman.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
The day has come when we had to get the courage up to pack the Pathfinder and load Rosie in for a three and a half week trip away from home. She is on her way to one of the best veterinary hospitals in the nation, Washington State University.
Saturday, February 17, 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007
How do you like my cool scar? I had a mast cell tumor removed. For a short period of time, my nickname was "Frankenbutt". I was pretty good about this scar. The last time I had stitches I yanked them out with my teeth. I was rushed to the doctors then he installed some annoying staples. My parents were too stupid to cone me that night (thank god for NO CONE) so I proceeded to see what would happen if I pulled the staples out with my teeth again! Not a good idea, I was coned, can you believe it! Now that I'm more mature, I didn't bother my stitches too much, because I knew my butt needed to heal. I sure hope I don't have to get another one of these!