Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray gets a good check up at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Community Practice Program and hits the road with his snowbird pawrents.
What a week! I went to the Colorado doctor and she told me I’m pawfect. No more conehead! No more stitches and now maybe my fur can grow back.
Then she looked at my teeth and said they’re sparkly and white!
Haha, no teeth cleaning for mmmmmeeeeee!
After my visit we left Jerry’s Acres to fly south for winter.
But winter keeps following us.
Today it looked like this in the city!
Wheeee! It’s gonna be a verrrry interesting winter!
Tripawd Wyatt Ray documents his recovery from gastropexy surgery.
Stop calling me that will ya?
’cause I got me some Jill JuJu and I’m feeling better!
and this Tuesday, I get rid of these!
and then you can’t call me conehead anymore!
Tripawds three legged spokesdawg Wyatt Ray goes for exploratory surgery at Colorado State University.
Hah! None of you got the answer to my contest right. But none of you got it wrong either. Even those smarty pants Colorado State Vets didn’t know.
They poked and prodded and sliced, and . . . uh oh. Nothing came out. Nothing smelly or icky or runny or anything good like that.
Finally the vets came out and said “So, it could be this, or it could be that, but it doesn’t look like cancer. But we need to ‘go in’ and see.”
Before I knew it, Mom was giving me big hugs and then the nice lady vet walked me down the hall away from Mom and Dad. And that was that. So here I sit in a cold steel kennel, waiting . . . . (I’m sending this to my Mom psychically, you know?).
Tomorrow, Dr. Feelgood is gonna zonk me out and when I wake up, we’ll know what to call that creature in my leg.
Down the rabbit hole I go.
Three legged amputee German Shepherd Wyatt tries agility course in Colorado.
Tripawd Maggie is my inspawration.
I’ve been watching her videos and thinking, “Hey, if she can do agility, so can I!”
Not that I know anything about it, but I got to mess with some agility stuff at a dog parade a while back and it was kinda fun!
So what if I couldn’t do the narrow balance beam thing, I tore up the rest of the course!
I might not get any points for poise, but who cares?
All that matters is that Tripawds like us get out there and show the world that we can do just about anything those funny looking quadpawds can do!
Come on Tripawds, are you with me?
Three legged amputee dog Wyatt loves to eat BARF.
This week I got my first tastes of something called the BARF diet.
I know what you’re thinking. Pretty sick. Next thing you know, I’m going to tell you how I like to eat moose poo too (yum!). But check this out:
My Mom gave me raw chicken to snack on this week, and then yesterday I got this big huge cow bone. Man, that thing rocks! I’ve been working on it for two days now, and I think I finally picked it clean.
I’m still getting my kibble and some homemade chicken stew mixed in, but Mom says she wants to start feeding me nothing but human foods.
You won’t hear any complaints from me. Yum!