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Thursday, January 5, 2012

WHAT A WEEK!

Mom caught a ride to the hospital in an ambulance last Wednesday night. She spent two nights and had some tests done. Now she is home and feeling just fine except for the heart monitor thing she has to wear for the next 27 days. WOOF!

I am sticking close beside her, as you can see from the next photo.
Where Mom sleeps, I sleep.
And so far, Dad hasn't argued. Much.

 My new crate should arrive sometime next week. Mom and Dad are making
some changes in the dog den so that each of us Hooligans will have
our own wall for our own crate. I wish they'd paint the walls, too. I'm tired of that
dark blue. Mom says it makes the room cooler in summer.
But Mom...  it isn't summer right now.

AAARRROOOOOO !!!!!

8 comments:

marifun56 said...

Well Duke, I am so glad you're on the job.
Your mom is so special and she is needed in many places. Good boy! Give your mom a lick for me.

Lori G said...

Duke Sir, You are My Hero!
Keep up the great work keeping an eye on your Mom. My Mom Loves her & I do too.
Licks-n-Cuddles
(& yeah, you can sniff me)
Popie

Anonymous said...

Duke, ever alert and on the job- what a pup. Give your Mom a lick from us. Love, Susie, Mabel, Pearl and Annie........artgirl's hooligans❤

Maggie and Mitch said...

OMG, how scary! We're glad your mom is home and okay, DD. Take really good care of her, k?

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

The Thuglets said...

Yikes..we are so sorry to hear your mom has been poorly. So good to hear she is home and you are taking very good care of her.
Sending lots of pawsative thoughts for you Moms recovery. Keep us posted.

Extra Big Nose Pokes
The Thugletsx

Karen Raye and Bentley Beargrass said...

I think that is a good idea to keep a close eye on your mom. Tell her to behave and do everything that the doctor says. Sending well wishes and healing zen too!

gmarch53 said...

Good Hooligan, Duke...keep our Memester Well, OK? We Need Her..she is cornerstone MOD!!! AHROOO... "G"

Yum-Yum said...

Thank goodness Meme got you to take care of her...always seems to turn out that the ones we think we are rescuing end up rescuing us in the end. Feel better now,
Hooli-mom!