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Cookie and Bear, Bear and Cookie

Saturday, February 10, 2018



There's Mister Fuzzy Butt. Yep, he decided the cabinet was the place to be. I think he thought there would be food in there. Hopefully there wasn't! The clips holding up the shelf broke, so I had to replace them. Of course, to be able to do that involved taking everything out. And in went Bear! More Aussie silliness. :-)



Cookie seems to have gotten less stable since she got better after her MRI. She was able to hold her own on the tile floors until Monday. Now she leans a lot and slips often and grimaces occasionally when being petted down her spine. And she's started a few involuntary leg twitches on the right side as well as the left. Silly girl can still run and walk, but standing or sitting is still a problem. I thought it would be easier knowing what causes it. But now it's hard knowing there's nothing really we can do for her.
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  • GARDENCHRIS
    cute doggies , hope she feels better soon
    953 days ago
  • no profile photo CD17609062
    Sorry that you can't do anything for Cookie's ailments. I hate feeling helpless. emoticon
    954 days ago
  • LULUDOG3
    So cute
    954 days ago
  • JUSTFURKIDS
    So sorry Cookie is having problems! Please give her a snuggle from me.
    954 days ago
  • KOFFEENUT
    Our old chocolate lab is having trouble on the hardwood floors (exacerbated by the 9-month-old puppy leaping on him at every opportunity). Our vet told us surgery would only help his pocketbook and not our dog, so we're in the same spot of trying to help him be as comfortable as possible with his new reality. It's hard - you want to make it easier on them! - but one of the side effects of aging that we'll likely ALL experience.
    954 days ago
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