A treat, a treat high above my head and it’s made with real beefy meat, it’s my fa-a-a-vorite treat.
When Timber was so sick, Karen bought a dehydrator so that she could dehydrate itsy bitsy hamburger patties for his treats. That was over a year and a half ago and guess what, she’s still making his beef patties.
When we set out for the studio one doggy at a time yesterday, the doggies and I really benefitted from Timber’s beef patties.
Karen on the other hand not only had to offer treats to everyone, she had to go make more when we were done.
Bwah ha ha.
Such a sweet little girl, our Cinderella. She’s lying beneath my desk right now tracking an evil and elusive moth. She is so shy when she leaves the comfort of our home, but when she’s home, she hops, she bops and she dances for joy.
Sheesh, where do I begin? Writing memoirs is way harder than I ever imagined.
Good writing requires plenty of water and stretch breaks.
Flocko had no idea his memoirs would be so exhausting. Grammar, punctuation and no delete key.
Oh the stories this boy has to tell. Stories of love, stories of winning and I have no idea what else he has up his sleeve.
Joey is doing so well. We are absolutely amazed. He lets us soak his ear like we’re supposed to and today when I was out in the studio playing, he actually wanted to come out and play with me.
Not our Joey at all. Of course, he was pretty nervous and even the tastiest treats didn’t make him any more sure of himself, but overall, he did really well.
His appetite is completely back to normal, the strength in his hind legs has returned.
We will continue soaking his ear for the next three weeks and then his blue ear will come off. We hope and hope that the puffy ear does not return.