Project 366: Day 33

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The pooches went to the vet this week for their annual exam. Because the two play together by tugging and chewing the other one’s collar, we do not put rabies vaccine tag on their collar. No worries people, the pooches are vaccinated.

The pooches celebrate their 10th birthday in September, so we opted to have their senior blood-work done. I’m always a little sad when the pooches I’ve loved over the years hit the two digit mark. The nearly 10yrs we have enjoyed with Wilbur and Cherokee have flown by so fast. I hope we have several more years with these precious pups.

Here’s a shot of Cherokee, resting in the back of the car after visiting with the vet.

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27 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 33

    • She does have all her teeth – and her gums are in really good shape, too, Georgette. It’s funny, because bad teeth in dogs can contribute to other health issues, similar to humans. Thanks for visiting!

    • Hilarious, Peg. I barely know how to use mine. Mine has all sorts of switches and knobs. I tried to look at the manual, but I became more confused. I’m not sure I’d be of much help to your hubby. The joy of digital cameras is the ‘delete’ button. 🙂

  1. Hi,
    A beautiful dog. It is very sad indeed when our beloved pets start to get older, they seem to be with us for such a short time, put always plenty of moments to cherish.
    Cherokee looks fantastic, and I’m sure you and your family have a lot of happy years yet to come, with your pets. 🙂

    • Hello Mags, I’m bias – but I agree, Cherokee is a beautiful dog. We are definitely cherishing our moments with our ‘puppies’. These pictures are a nice thing to keep for reflection. Thank you for visiting.

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