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?

2 Comments

  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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