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Saturday November 28th 2009, 6:36 pm
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good day again today:) buddy is amazing to me, he has so much energy and seems to be doing better than before the surgery. It’s getting tough to keep him quiet because he is so happy and wanting to run around and play, ugghh. I’ve one more week before the sutures come out and he can have permission to run, hopefully. He has had a few visitors, which is really nice, but he tends to show off a bit and it worries me that he’s overdoing it. If it were up to me I’d let him run loose but I don’t want to push my luck or get a scolding again from the vet who is also a close friend. It’s funny how the first couple of days his amputation site was so noticable to me and now i hardly see it even though it is still shaved (of course) and stands out. He is getting lots of positive attention, but I can feel the protective side of me ready just in case someone would ever say anything in bad taste.
Poor bailey, my beagle, he is a little miffed at not getting more attention although he has been really good about it, i think he must instinctively know that buddy deserves the most right now, i took bailey out on a walk just the two of us, so he could feel special too!
I’ll try to get a picture up, i hope it works, thank you guys for being here! hope you are having a great holiday weekend, Buddy’s mom


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We are glad you are having good days Buddy! Hopefully this week goes by fast and you get your sutures out and get to play!! My Mom worries about Dillon not getting as much attention as me and so she takes him for a 2-3 mile walk every day and comes home and takes me for a 1/2 mile walk. We both get Mom time alone!

It is amazing at how long it takes some people to notice I am missing a front leg. If they are not close to me and I am running they can’t tell. It is harder to notice now that my fur has really grown in!

Keep that happy attitude! Stay patient for your Mom’s sake, she is just following directions!

   Peyton's Path on 11.29.09 @ 8:43 am    


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