Sunday, February 26, 2017

Daisy is back to 100%

Which is a good thing, I think.  (I did ask Mom to ask the vet if Daisy could be sedated for the next couple of months, but the response was that I should suck it up....) I mean, she's still crazy! And who has to deal with the crazy?  Me! (Well, Mom and Dad have to deal with Crazy Daisy, too, but that's different!)

I had to establish my dominance again.

I'm not sure that I convinced her, though...

But I'm going to keep trying to convince her that I am in charge.

She's behind me, isn't she?
BTW, Mom tried the monthly growth photo, but since I was slouching (hey, I was tired - keeping the Bandersnatch in line is NOT easy!), Mom says it doesn't properly show the size of the Bandersnatch...

Here is February's photo (Mom insists it is not the official photo, so there may be another photo coming...)

And here is January's photo.

Mom says for now you should ignore my slouching and just look at the top of Daisy's head relative to the back of the couch - especially since this month's photo makes Daisy look bigger than me and she SO is not bigger than I am!

Besides she's only 44 lbs to my 63 lbs - she's a midget!
But she IS getting a bit tougher to take down...

Have a great week!

*kissey face*
-Fiona and Daisy the Bandersnatch

Monday, February 20, 2017

We are All Surviving Daisy's Surgicals

Actually, Daisy has been really good about this whole Big Girl surgicals thing.  Mom put a cone on her for one night, and Daisy was So Pathetic that Mom didn't even photograph her (which means Daisy was REALLY pathetic). Not being able to handle Daisy's patheticness, Mom took off the cone and put Daisy in Abby's old Thundershirt, which fits Daisy a bit like a horse blanket, but covered the surgical site (not that Daisy ever showed much interest in her stitches).

Daisy is now 10 days post surgicals, and has been going around nekkid more and more often - she still shows no interest in her surgical site.  Today, for the first time, Mom let Daisy out back, off-leash (I stayed inside so the Bandersnatch wouldn't try to attackle me.)

I'm not 100% certain that Daisy has actually been given the doctor's okay to do this, but she seemed happy, and her surgical site certain looks good!

Lookit those feet! If she grows into them, she's going to be ginormous! But I don't think she will - I think she'll just have clown shoes forever!

I think the wee beastie like being outside, nekkid and free!

As for me, I'm just enjoying the walkies, and the post-walkies naps!

Have a great week!

*kissey face*
-Fiona and Daisy the Bandersnatch!

Monday, February 6, 2017

Preparing for the Bitey-Face World Championships

Just as world-class ski racers are ready for the Alpine Skiing World Championships, Daisy and I have been preparing for the Bitey-Face World Championships.  However, since Daisy has her Big Girl Surgicals* scheduled for this Friday, I think we are going to have to hold off competing until the Olympics next year.  But practicing never hurts!

No puppies were hurt in the making of this photograph!

Daisy fall down and go boom!

Mom says when she's in her Pilates class her face sort of looks like Daisy's does here!

Is it me, or does Daisy need braces?

Always showing off those pearly whites of hers!

Have a great week and Mom and I will keep you updated on Daisy's Big Girl Surgicals!

*kissey face*
-Fiona and Daisy the Bandersnatch

*she's getting spayed