Monday, May 19, 2008

New Vice President

So my new Vice President, Beanie, is fine. I should be able to get her from the doggie hospital today.

Seems she had a doggie gastro-intestinal event. Kinda like a ulcer.

Seems my dog is as neurotic as I am.

The cat's addition has been harder on her than I realized. I thought maybe a promotion would make her feel better.

Thanks for all the concern.

10 Comments:

Blogger Sue J said...

So glad to hear it! Congratulations, V.P. Beanie!

9:33 AM  
Anonymous Morgan said...

Yeah!!! Well, it's be tough. You've been putting her through the primaries and now the Celtics in the playoffs. You may have to start using your "inside" voice around her.

11:10 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Yaaaay, Beanie!

Morgan, you may have something there. When my kids play video games and somebody runs them off the road or a monster eats them, they can't cuss, they have to yell "Good dog!"

6:43 PM  
Anonymous donald said...

glad to hear beanie will be fine. a little vacation weekend downeast will do her good too. can't wait to see everyone!

8:34 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

Well, she's not home yet. Doc called this morning and said she wasn't eating and still listless so... all the tests are negative. no obstructions, nothing big seems to be wrong.

I think she just wants to be home. I'm going to go bust her out of the hospital tomorrow.

I really miss my dog.

and yes donald, she loves loves loves downeast. not so much the ride up.

8:54 PM  
Blogger Sue J said...

Hope we get an update soon -- sending good wishes from our canine to yours!

12:16 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

she's finally home today.

still a little wobbly, but eating and desperate to get in the car to get home!

we've been having our love fest today.

it seems she had gastritis.

my poor little nervous dog.

3:16 PM  
Blogger Fortune Cookies said...

poor pooch! glad she is better. it's so scary when our four legged friends are ill.

5:58 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

If the kids play lacrosse, maybe they'll like to put an eyeball on the TV Saturday so they can see Stephen Peyser and Paul rabil, so they can say they've seen them. Unfortunately they'll say they saw them get stomped by Duke. But anyhow, Go Black and Blue!

And go Beanie!

10:34 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

If the kids play lacrosse, maybe they'll like to put an eyeball on the TV Saturday so they can see Stephen Peyser and Paul rabil, so they can say they've seen them. Unfortunately they'll say they saw them get stomped by Duke. But anyhow, Go Black and Blue!

1:17 AM  

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