This expression means, “Aw, do we really need to go inside Dad? Can’t I stay out for just another five minutes?”
This one means, “Watch this! I’m gonna make a silk purse!”
This one means, “Time to get up and have another adventure!”
Yesterday was three weeks since I had the surgery on my leg and last night I got to sleep without the cone! I’m very excited about this because the cone keeps from licking my feet and my leg. (I know I’m not supposed to lick the leg, so I’ve been licking the inside of the cone instead!)
So, what’s going on? Why was I wearing a cone for three weeks?
Well, a few months ago my people noticed that I had a big bump growing on my right back leg. It didn’t really bother me, and I could run around just fine, but they were worried and took me to the veterinarian (that’s a fancy word for “Dog Doctor”, except he was a human, not a dog) to find out what it was.
The doctor thought that since the bump was growing, it should come off before it became too much bigger, so three weeks ago I spent the day at the veterinarian’s office and when I came home, they put a cone on me so I couldn’t lick where the bump used to be. (If you look at my leg in the picture, you can see where the bump used to be.)
Wearing the cone is kind of confusing. Along with stopping me from licking my leg, it’s also much wider than my head and body, so it was hard to walk around the house or even climb up on the couch. I’ll still have to wear it another few days when my people aren’t around to keep an eye on me, but for now I get to sleep all night without it.
This one means, “I get 200 channels in high definition including one featuring non-stop dog food commercials.”
This means, “Let’s go for a walk!”
This means, “No, you can sleep on the little bed; this one is mine.”
This means, “I love laying in the sun.”
This means “Totes adorbs, that’s me!”
This means, “You’re going to work? Do you have to? Can’t you curl up and keep me company?”