๐Ÿพ Let’s pause, for some paws ๐Ÿพ

Yesterday (Saturday) afternoon, the rainย  subsided, we hadย  sunshine, and fairly strong winds, probably up around the 20 knots mark, for an hour or two, which gave some hope for exercise in the park.

Coco is in need of plenty of it, and our instructions were to keep his leg and paw dry, which is hard to do, when the rain keeps tumbling down.

Where we normally take him, for his run off leash, was out of the question, somewhat like a marsh, without much binding, so we decided on Blackwattle Bay Reserve, which weathers the weather better.

At the word “Park”, Coco was up, running in circles, tail going full pelt, never seen him so excited, must have been because he’d been cooped up for so long, What he didn’t know was that he’d be kept on his lead, and there’d be no running, or jumping, just a little bit of rolling.

Anyhow, he had a lovely time, when the next one will be, is in the lap of the Gods; the welcome rains are back with us today, and expected for the next 6.

On Wednesday the dressings, and stitches, were removed,ย  the doctors were very pleased with their work, but poor Coco’s foot looks a mess as these photos will attest.ย 

 

 

It won’t take that long for his fur to grow back and he’ll be as beautiful as ever. ๐Ÿ˜€

 

๐Ÿป

13 thoughts on “๐Ÿพ Let’s pause, for some paws ๐Ÿพ

  1. He’ll probably get over all this a lot faster than you will. But yes, that paw looks pretty weird at the moment.
    I have a good idea what his reaction to “park” looks like. Annie reacts the same way to “walk.”
    Happy to hear he’s doing so well!

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    1. I think he’s over it already Susan, always hungry, scrounging around looking for munchies.The Vets certainly did a good job.

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  2. Good to read that Coco is full of vim and ginger.
    It must be all your caring ways.
    Nothing like a park to run around in to bring out the very best in a dog, actually in any of us.
    Ira

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    1. Thanks Ira, must admit I enjoy a romp in the park with my dog,

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    1. true, very true ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks Derrick

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  3. The fur on his belly looks like silk, I’d love to give him a good pat and belly rub.

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    1. Actually that is my belly superimposed over Coco’s , his doesn’t look the best at the moment, and as for the belly rub hold on a sec:

      “hey WO is it okay if Yvonne gives my belly a rub?’

      I’ll get back to you Yvonne!

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  4. Poor little guy. Such a lovable pup!

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  5. I’m always amazed how quickly animals recover from surgery. Well done Coco, I hope you manage another run around soon. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Awww…so glad Coco is on the mend!

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  7. Aw, poor Coco! But with your love and care he is always moving forward! ๐Ÿ™‚
    I’m glad he is healing and he is still beautiful! (Even with his less-furry spot! ๐Ÿ™‚ )
    (((HUGS))) to you and Gentle PATS to Coco!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. He is getting over it a lot better than I am Carolyn. he’s back to normal; almost, and I’m still worried sick ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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