Sunday, June 27, 2010

Doggone Week


This weekend has flown by, but for Eddy it was a fitting ending to a sore week. First, in the beginning of last week he thought chasing after a raccoon was going to be fun. However, he forgot he was in Jordan's car and leaning out the window before realizing that might not be a good thing. He fell out the window and did a few somersaults on the road. The raccoon laughed and moved on. Eddy ended up with a cut lip, head and hair missing from his back...but He was fine and atleast nothing broke! Then on Thursday he took a walk somewhere, we're not sure where. He was out with us in the yard and after Jack went in the house I came in about an hour later and he thought the Edster was with me, and I thought he was with Jack...2 hours and much driving around the area we finally found him. He was slowly walking back home down our country road. Thankfully not hit by a car or taken by Coyotes...Everyone breathed a sigh of relief. But perhaps he overheard us talking about what was to happen Sunday. Today he got...ahem...his manly hood altered...his Saturday night privileges taken away. The Rascal Unit/AKA neuter scooter came and he got caught up on his shots and "fixed". Jordan waited because he thought he would breed him, but decided, with my encouragement, that he wouldn't do that. So now Eddy is recouping at home, groggy, whiney, and a little confused at what happened. Time heals all wounds and soon he'll be his old self..well almost his old self!

7 comments:

Donna said...

Poor ED!! Feelin' sore and misled!!
Funny post...I see your fun sense of humor coming out!!

rose said...

poor dog, poor parents. these children just get into things. my 5 babies(dogs) are always keeping us busy. hope things slow down.

Catch the Kids said...

Poor Eddy! He does look a little shell-shocked there on the couch. Hope he has a quieter time next week.

Wander to the Wayside said...

I know you used humor on this, but I'm sure at the time it didn't seem so funny, when he fell out of the car and so close to getting badly hurt, or when he was missing. There's that feeling in the pit of your stomach, like when you lose a kid at the store. But that's great that you got him fixed, even though the world can never have enough boxers! They're such great dogs (most of the time!)

Karen Whittal said...

Dogs are really just like children...... give you grey hairs, but you would not do with out them.......

selvageedge said...

Poor Eddy! Hope he has a better life this week!

Amy and Craig said...

hurray. one (or two I should say) less thing for sophie to grab. hee hee.