Don't forget to vote in the Shelter Challenge today. There's a link over in the right side bar, towards the top. Read yesterday's blog if ya mighta forgot how it works.
Dad's worried about Homer today. Yesterday Homer had to be "encouraged" to take his medicine even though dad put it in those pill pocket treat things. Homer ate all of his breakfast but didn't touch his dinner last night. Dad's hoping it's because of an inadvertent change of the type of Alpo; Homer likes the sliced meat bits but this was more like a hash kinda stuff.Dad says that even though he's been through this with Old Bear Dog, Rusty, Penny, Gordon and Chance that he hasn't gotten used to the feeling of helplessness. Dad says that we're each individuals and we're all a little bit different. His main concern is that Homer doesn't become uncomfortable or start being in pain. Homer is still mobile and all of his functions are working and controlled but he is starting to spend more time resting. The medicine seems to be helping to control his coughing spasms. Dad's been taking new pictures of Homer that we'll be posting. We all can't remember hearing Homer bark; we're sure he has barked but not that we remember. he has growled at other pups that get near his food bowl or try to steal his chewy so we know he has vocal chords. Dad says that Homer is a good boy and that he's a GReat dog
- TBH + K