Thank you so much for all the POTP for my buddy Bert. When I went to his place on Friday I was expecting to see him. Butt he was not there. He was still in the hospital. He came through the surgery OK, butt because of his previous stomach surgeries Dr. Eddie really wanted to keep him longer. Bert has a fair amount of scar tissue on his tummy. He just needed to be watch a while longer. Miss Vickie was all kinds of sad about not having her Bert home. I stayed with Miss Vickie and did my best to comfort her. MOM came back around 1PM and Bert was still not home. THEN Bert's momma seemed to be sick. So my MOM stayed at Bert's place to watch over all the doggies while Miss Vickie took momma dog to Dr. Eddie. After a while Miss Vickie's worker came and so me and MOM went to Dr. Eddie's to check on Bert, Momma, and Miss Vickie. Momma dog has an upset tummy (she was probably worried about Bert). Butt the best part is Dr. Eddie let Bert go home!! We were all so happy.
I give you this WARNING the first photo may not be for young pups eyes.
That is where they opened my buddy up to remove the rock and pebbles. Dr. Eddie gave Miss Vickie the rock as a souvenir.
I have taken it upon myself to watch over Bert. There will be NO rock eating on my watch.
While I am at his place I am going to stick to him like honey on your furs.
Because Bert is not suppose to romp and play, or get wet, or run, or play ball and is to remain CALM for a few weeks Miss Vickie has made Bert his own Golden Dog Cave. It's cool and all, complete with a comfy bed, and chair where Miss Vickie or my MOM can sit with him. He has a nice outdoor patio area with a decent view. Butt lets face it, Bert is a very social dog and he is sad when he is in there. I can't have my Golden Buddy being sad so when I am at his place I will keep him company in his Golden Dog Cave.
And when I am not there I have posted a guard, Willa, at the entry to Bert's new pad. I am confident she will not fall asleep at her post.
Bert sends each and everyone of you a Golden smile of thanks for all your good vibes, prayers, and POTP. And he has promised me that he will never get "stoned" again. Let this be a lesson to all you young pups, just say NO to rocks.Blessings,