Yeah Kraig, He's got big feet for sure!
I sure hope we don't loose him as he has been loosing weight and has a sore on his mouth. The vet thinks it's from plaque buildup on his teeth and has him on meds for the sore. So he's going in on Monday to get his teeth cleaned.
Tomorrow I will take Graygirl in to be put to sleep. She has a cancer in her mouth that we discovered in March and I have been like a mother hen ever since. She has gone from about 8 pounds down to about 5 and has eaten very little every day...apparently just enough to keep her alive. I guess I've been a little selfish by feeding her and giving her pain meds but she has actually been herself most of the time. She still talks to me and follows me around the yard but today she hasn't shown much of even that. She is just shy of 15 years old.
As most of you know this is one of the hardest things to do but I'm now thinking of only her. She's been in pain long enough.
Wayne, I'm so sorry to hear this. Several weeks back we had our oldest dog put down as she had suddenly stopped eating and was barely walking. We knew it was time whether we were ready or not. Hardest thing I've ever done.. And it still brings me to tears. I'll keep you both in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm sorry to say that BJ, (center) will soon be joining Cuddles (left) and Pumpkin (right) as he will make his final trip to the vet in the ,morning (Tuesday)
Just breaks my heart as he has been such a good friend on the road and here in the house for most of 15 years now.
He has just been wasting away as of late, just skin and bones, won't eat much at all and hair is falling out in big clumps. It's time...….sigh...….
Princess is still around and in good health yet as is Stevie (the fatso!!) so we are down to two cats now.