Saturday, May 7, 2016

I know... I know... It's been a dog's age

since I posted something!!

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As you can see Mommy has been hogging the computer for what seems like an eternity! I just sit and wait for her to finish, but she never does!

While she was stuffing her face I was finally able to sneak on, so my post will be short.

I've been busy playing and taking care of my big (little) sister.
She has boo boos on her pancreas. So she has really good days and not so good days. Even though she's kinda mean to me, I still love her... and hip check her when she gets too close to Mommy. Mommy belongs to me. I'm not sure why she can't comprehend that.

So that's about it! I hope everyone who has missed my awesome self is happy I'm back!

Have a great weekend, everybody!!

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11 comments:

Michelle said...

Yes, you have been missed. Try being nicer to Gracie...shes an old girl and not feeling well. Just respect your elders.

Michelle said...

Yes, you have been missed. Try being nicer to Gracie...shes an old girl and not feeling well. Just respect your elders.

Phyllis Wood said...

Stella, I'm so glad to hear you are ok. I'm sorry about Gracie. I'm human, but my canine brother had pancreas problems. He ate prescription dog food and took Viocase. It helped. For a while he ate boiled and sirloin mixed with rice. It helped.

Phyllis Wood said...

I meant ground sirloin boiled, rinsed and drained.

Stella BostonTerrier said...

Hi, Miss Michelle! I'm always nice to Gracie... unless she tries stealing Mommy from me. Then the gloves come off! Okay. That's not really true. I let Mommy hold Gracie. But I watch them like a hawk!
Hi, Miss Phyllis! Since Gracie had chronic pancreatitis, Mommy had to feed her prescription dog food, too. But now she has something called Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency and it causes her to become hypoglycemic and really skinny! So now Mommy has to give her pancreatic enzymes on her dog food and she can't have that prescription dog food anymore. She can only eat small amounts every three hours. Since Mommy has always fed us quality, no grain dog food she is shocked Gracie has had pancreas issues to begin with.
Oh well. We're all happy Gracie is feeling better... most of the time.

Phyllis Wood said...

Stella, make sure that you wish Mommy a Happy Mother's Day. She's a great mom to you and Gracie.

Peri said...

Awesome Friend Stella!
I have missed you. I am glad you managed to get to the computer. Please tell Gracie that I am sorry she feels bad. My dear friend Ishtar had the same sort of problem and like Gracie, she was sometimes meaner than normal. Do not despair...Gracie thinks your Mommy belongs to HER because she was there before you arrived. Older animals just do not understand how it works.
However, I am still here and I am still your friend! I think often of you and the blue ball and running in the yard. CatDaddy is having a new yard made for ME! The dogs think it is for them but they are SO WRONG. ..it is for me.
Good to hear from your awesomeness!
Your friend,
Zipper, The Golden Cat

Stella BostonTerrier said...

Miss Phyllis, I sure did!!!
Hey Zipper!! How have you been??!! Ooooh, a new yard and a new place to play??!! Lucky you!!! Make sure you "christian" it!

Phyllis Wood said...

Gracie c/o Stella
Stella, please pass my message along to your big sister. Thanks you're awesome😊

Hi Gracie, how are you feeling? Hang in there. Once the meds and food are "right", you'll feel much better. Be patient with Stella, she loves you.

Stella BostonTerrier said...

Miss Phyllis, Gracie doesn't like to type but I can tell you she's feeling MUCH better!! She's even been rolling on her back, with her front legs straight up in the air, playfully growling and doing what Mommy calls "prayer paws." She' also gained two pounds and is keeping the weight on! We both LOVE our new dog food too!!! Venison Canine Caviar is delicious!!!

Phyllis Wood said...

Hi Stella. I'm glad Gracie is feeling better. Your new food sounds yummy-enjoy. I love reading about your adventures and think you're AWESOME. A shout out to Mommy-she's an awesome mommy.