Sunday, March 15, 2009

THREE TO THE VET (Pt 2)

THE THREE DOGSTERTEERS

Abby, Jack and Sophie here with the continuation of our adventure "Three to the Vet." At 7:10 am dad pulled into a Funkin Dunkin Donuts and picked up a dozen doughnuts for the vet office staff and two coffees, one for him and one for Doc Witter, and a hot chocolate for cuzin Caitlin. We got the usual - Nothing. By 7:25 we pulled into the C.R.A.H parking lot. We got there about the same time as some of the staff people. Jessica unlocked the door for us so we could go inside. Obviously we were the first clients of the day to arrive (what, no other crazy clients?). Our good (and pretty) buddy Jamie checked us in. We hung around with Caitlin while waiting to see the Doc. Jack knew where we were and he wasn't too happy about being there. His back end was shivering he was so anxious. He clung real close to Caitlin. Abby wasn't very concerned about being there. Sophie gets to go there every two weeks to get weighed so
she thought nothing of being there. She put her leash in her mouth and walked herself around the waiting area while we waited to be called into an examining room to see the Great and Powerful Oz himself. There was a big display of stuffies and other toys that Abby thought were really neat. Sophie like looking at all the various prescription dog foods,
including her favorite, Purina OM. They even have a poster on the wall that has picture taken there last year by the Lil' Pals pet photography studio. On the poster are pictures of our kitties: Jenny, Alex and Boru (his named is mis-spelled as Boku). We were just admiring all the things to see and starting to relax and settle down when the unthinkable happened; they called us to come into the examination room. Jack's butt was shivering as Sophie led us down the corridor to the open exam room door. What was gonna happen to us next?
- Abby, Jack and Sophie

Jenny (upper left) and Alex and "Boku" (lower right)

2 comments:

LuLu and LoLLy! said...

Dear Bumpass Hounds (and Kitties), WHEW! We are 2 Maltese dogs and we are new to blogging (or as we like to say, dlogging) and anyway, all we have to do is see the werd "vet" or "thermometer" and we go to pieces. We are glad that you seemed to have survived. Also, we love your postcard at the top of the page with all the boxes, and sintz LoLLy is a rescue, we do fun stuff to try to help spred the werd about rescues and stuff, and so we made a video called "Rescue Dog Rock!" and we thought you might like it becuz 9 rescue dogs sing the chorus and they are in a grid 2!! and your picture reminded us of it!! If you want to see it go to http://www.luluandlolly.com and scroll to the bottom of the page!

Two Paws UP! for your saying, Drool's Cool! Love, LuLu and LoLLy!

Mason Dixie said...

The Vet, mom has been throwing that word around here a lot lately. wonder what she is up to? I am not sick? hmmmmm. Have a great day. =)

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