Friday, March 11, 2011

visit to the vet

What is it about taking a dog to the vet for a semi-emergent vet visit and shelling out over 330.00 that makes you look and feel like the reason you were calling the vet in the first place?!


  1. which dog???? ,now what happened.....

  2. It's Coreah, when we woke up one eye was swollen shut and the other was slightly closed. Not exactly sure what's going on at the moment, got some meds and supportive care for the weekend will see how it goes for the weekend. Again, an overnight thing and nothing stands out right now. So we'll wait and see. She didn't even want to go for a ride or a walk, of course at the vet's office she was acting totally fine, damn dog, like a switch was flipped!

  3. Barb, the grunt!Saturday, March 12, 2011

    They always do that! my dog paws so his claws are up off the tile floor at the Vet's...but get him home and it is click, click, click.Question..why does a 12 year old dog act 2 months old at the Vet's? So it is the dog acting like..."no, I do not want to get weighed, no, I do not want a shot, no, I do not want to do anything you (the human) asks of me." Then when I get his 2 of 4 feet out of the Vet's office, he does every command I ask!
    Twistie, hope Coreah is okay...really expensive eyeball though.


So what's the view from your world about that? I'd enjoy hearing it.