Earless

The image below represents Sid when we ask him to do something he doesn’t want to.

I can’t hear you…

On a more serious note:

Please keep Sid’s little friend Winston in your thoughts. He’s got pneumonia (in the summer!) and had to spend the last two nights at the vet’s office. We ran into his humans yesterday and they said he’s going to be on some antibiotics and should be fine soon – but, as Puglet says, he could always use some “good juju” sent his way.

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6 Responses to “Earless”

  1. avatar Noodles Says:

    Hi Sid,
    I gotta try that. When I don’t wanna do something I flatten my ears back and gets a loony look in my eye. IF THAT DOESN’T WORK I tilt my head and look dumb. Works every time.
    Love Noodles
    Okay. . . I lied . . . it never works. . . I usually get reprimanded, sent to room or physically pushed to do what I have been asked to do. Oh the huPUGity!!!!!

  2. avatar Mochi Says:

    Hi Sid,
    I like showing my mommy my ass when I don’t like what she’s saying.

    We all are sending good juju to Winston. All the good juju sending is making me hungry. Do you have any ginger cookie stashed away?

    Mochi

  3. avatar Payton Says:

    Hi Sid, I think you look a little like E.T. in that photo. We will send lots of good thoughts and prayers to Winston. Please keep us posted.
    Love,
    Payton
    P.S. You should have tried swimming yesterday…with all those cookies in your belly and hot air coming out the back, you wouldn’t have needed a floatie! Teehee!

  4. avatar Socrates Says:

    Oodles & Noodles of Juju for young Winston. If you see his humans again, let them know, probiotic to replenish good gut flora while on antibiotics is very helpful in keeping the immune system strong!

    Socrates

    PS: Great avoidance technique! You’re a wise pug.

  5. avatar Meredith LeBlanc Says:

    I musn’t let Scarlet read this…she’ll try iy for sure…

    ♥♥♥
    Meredith

  6. avatar Doug Says:

    Winston surely felt all the good juju out there. He breathed in steamy showers, got lots of rest, and figured out that he didn’t mind taking his medicine too much if it came disguised in peanut butter. He coughed a lot while we were on vacation, but that was good, and he is doing great now. Took him to the park for his first off-leash fun in weeks. I think he was happy to be back home, and not being chased around by a crabby, territorial 11-year-old Cairn Terrier who is his dog-in-law.

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