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took Pebbles to vet

Friday, October 18, 2019

Today was several errands and a trip to the vet. I didn't go to gym or do any exercise unless you count the walking when I shopped. I am not parking at the very last parking spot but I am also not parking at the closest parking spot. I am maybe 5 or more cars further than I normally would park because every step counts. I wanted to get appointment for Pebbles tomorrow but they were booked up and so I was able to schedule this evening after son was home so he could help by holding Pebbles while I drive. Pebbles has flees and we have been fighting them for a while. They will seem to be gone and then come back as I guess either he gets more outside or eggs hatch. He is past due on shots by a month or two as I kept thinking I wanted to find a new vet but I never did. We are going with a different heartworm med that will kill flees in addition to protecting him from the heart worms. All was good except his teeth. His canines are real bad and might need removed. He is 11 years old. I really hate that he is going to have to go through all of that and the cost - OMG!
Well, out of the blue kind of was a call tonight from son. No details but he'll have time to tell all once he is home tomorrow. And I just bought a stack of Get Well cards today. He is scheduled to land at 7:35 pm. I hope this is just the 30 day Sickcom that he wrote about in last letter.
It is almost time to shut down TV and computer for the night. Have a great weekend everyone.
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    Hugs and prayers for your DS.

    Hope all goes well w/the new med for Pebbles. Yes, vet visits are NEVER cheap.

    260 days ago
    Sure hope that all is well with older son. Thought you might find this article interesting.


    Good luck with your fur baby.

    Have a good weekend.
    261 days ago
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