Sunday, September 8, 2013

two hundred and fifty

 I want to break free.

I've gone to the dogs this weekend.  Our 'puppy' got into the trash and chewed up a cob or two of corn.  Well, she ate them, cob and all.  I wasn't aware, but this is one of the best ways to get an intestinal blockage.  So, I spent a great deal of time monitoring her, and cleaning up various messes,  to see what was going to happen.  She also spent some time outside when feeling better, and it breaks my heart to have to chain her up, but she now has a long history of chasing chickens into the road and then disappearing out into pasture.  The good news is, she seems fine--a huge relief!

Phone Call to the vet?

A Labor to NOT chase chickens

Pills (our lab has his own problems)

Close Up

 White Space

25 comments:

Tamar SB said...

Poor pup! Hope she is feeling grand! Love the last shot - too cute!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

Poor pup...it's hard not to chase the chickens.

deb did it said...
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deb did it said...

Your photos are stunning !!
Nice to meet you here !

Stephanie said...

The first photo had me feeling very sorry for the poor pup. The second photo had me feeling sorry for the chickens. That tongue hanging out is just too much!

Nukke said...

I like your close up and white space photos very much !!!

DrillerAA09 said...

The White Space image is just perfect. Very well done. Have a blessed Sunday.

molly said...

Glad everything passed through without too much trouble!

Mollyxxx

Adrienne said...

Beautiful set of shots that tell a story ~ love that. He's so sweet - and I'm glad he's all right. I'm sure you're a bit tired. I think I like the 'want to chase the chicken' shot the best. And the chain.

Sarah said...

That white space shot is awesome. And the "Labor" shot made me smile. Great series!

Pradeepa said...

It's wonderful that all your photos are based on your pup. They are awesome!

Kim Cunningham said...

Aww, poor pooch! Still for being in a pickle these are great images. Love the last two!

Sharon said...

Poor doggie! These are great photos, though. I love the pills in the p-nut butter -- perfect way to get a dog to down the medicine. Hope your pup is all well now!

Ashley Sisk said...

Wow. These are all so beautiful. Great work.

EG CameraGirl said...

EW! I know a dog who are a corn cob and then had an expensive operation!! Hope your pup is OK!

Debbie said...

a great set for shs but my favorite was your song-ography entry, the chain is just so beautiful!!

Ida said...

Fantastic job with the SHS and Songography. - I loved that you did a theme around your dogs.
So happy that the corncob incident turned out well. We had a rubberband incident with our cat that require a $800 surgery.
You can almost see the saliva with that chicken shot.
Yep, Pills just aren't for humans.
Your white space shot is darling.

Anu said...

Love these themed sets. Your white space is awesome!

Saun said...

Poor puppy they do keep us hopping. Great series my fave is your first one for song Ography .

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

Love your pictures ( last one is my favorite) .Poor puppy - I hope all will be fine . Had no idea that corncobs can have such a bad effec! Our dog prefers carrots!!

Honey Mommy said...

Love your set. I especially enjoyed your up close photo.

Nicki said...

I am sorry you are having pooch problems - but man, did you get some good pictures.

Christine E-E said...

oh... poor, poor poochie! & mama! your white space picture is soooo cute! it's as if s/he's peeking over the edge of the photo box.

Kathy McB said...

Oh my...what a fabulous series of shots. That last one just makes me smile. And a dog just wouldn't be a dog if he/she didn't want to break free on occasion...I think that's why I'm a total dog person, I soooo relate :). Thanks for joining in on Song-ography.

Katie said...

I love this set! I so miss our family dog (he still lives with my parents, I now live 1400 miles away!) It was so fun to see yours! And I'm so glad that your puppy was okay and she wasn't hurt by the corn.