Looking Forward To The Vet

Frankie’s veterinarian visit yesterday went smoothly, which is great because he was really looking forward to it. Well, at least a part.

They need to open the magic door.

They need to open the magic door.

Frankie loves his large family of brothers and sisters. A wrestling partner can always be found. Somepup always helps chase rabbits. In other words, someone always shares every moment. However, some things require alone time.

Mmmmmm - a peanut butter filled kong.

Mmmmmm – a peanut butter filled kong.

The odds are long that you can enjoy a toy in peace in a large family. Particularly, if that toy contains peanut butter. Glorious, delicious, tasty, wonderful, awesome peanut butter.

Can we come back tomorrow?

Can we come back tomorrow?


  1. Mom, Ice'n Ebby on June 28, 2016 at 11:43 am

    Ice ‘n Ebby both say: At our house, Mom puts Cheez Whiz in our Kong, and hides (she thinks) aspirin in half a teaspoon of Cheez Whiz , and it’s soooo good, we can’t resist, even knowing what’s knowing the aspirin is there, Same thing with those dreaded worm pills.

  2. Lori on June 28, 2016 at 8:42 am

    Awww its true Frankie … Everyone needs some alone time!????

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