I love this picture of our BreeBree even though it doesn't show much of her beautiful brown eyes. For months we've had her on a prescription for her allergies causing sneezing and wheezing.
It turned out that all of that really wasn't allergies. We had put off her dental for two years and when she went for it the other day they found more teeth that needed to come out. Even some of the bone in the gum had disintegrated.
Guess what? She no longer wheezes and sneezes!
James Mason was so forlorn while she was gone that day, much more than I would've ever thought he would be as she is the one who acts the most loving. He's always too cool for Sunday school.
He whimpered for an hour after we came home without her.
To top it off, his birthday was that day and he was 13! Next month she'll be 11.
He was perfectly happy to snuggle with her when we brought her home even though what he really wanted to do was play. He was so excited and tried his best to get her to run circles like they usually do but after her meds that we managed to get down with some peanut butter, and a spoonful for him of course, all she wanted was a deep nap.
Then it was out to potty in the garden where he never left her side. She was pretty pitiful for a few days and he was very patient with her, adjusting himself to her pace.
But this morning when she gobbled her breakfast down and then tried to eat his, RH and I looked at each other and said, BreeBree's back to normal!
And a big sigh of relief from both of us.
sweet that she's back to normal for sure and you have a beautiful garden area. I miss that kind of yard while living in the mountains with nothing but dirt, pine needles and other foresty woodsy stuff that falls from the trees.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sandy, but I love your mountain area, I'm a born and bred mountain girl myself. They're still my spirit's home!Delete
So sweet! Glad Breebree is feeling better!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Lorrie! It's such a relief to see her being herself again.Delete
Your pups are so darling! Poor BreeBree for having to have all that dental work and poor James Mason for missing his sister. I love how they are bonded.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Melanie! Their relationship is very sweet.Delete
Poor, little BreeBree looks miserable in that first photo. I'm so glad that she's feeling like herself again, and I bet JamesMason is, too! Your yard looks so fresh and beautiful with all that silky green foliage and pops of pretty pink! I bet BB and JM feel so happy and energetic running around, exploring it!ReplyDelete
Happy weekend to you and RH,
Oh she was very miserable, Poppy! Mom and dad were too just to watch her. They do love their garden pen! It was an answer to prayer to find a house with a big fenced in area for our dogs. That pink in the picture is a sweet little Japanese maple, one of four RH has planted here. But now the purple salvias around it are in bloom, my favorite color in the garden.Delete
Happy weekend to you, dear Poppy!