First we went to the vet where they weighed me (14.8 pounds) and then stuck paper in my eyes. I’m not sure if you have ever had paper stuck in your eyes, but let me tell you, it is not a pleasant experience. The doctor hummed and hawed over the little bits of paper and told be that my daily eye drops will have to increase to 3 times per day.
Then he looked deep in my ears and told me a have a bit of an ear infection so I’ll need even more drops, but this time in my ears. I don’t like my ears being touched at the best of times.
So far this “surprise” trip wasn’t very much fun for me. That doctor was lucky I didn’t decide to let pug-bomb go in his face when he was doing all those torturous things to me.
Well, then we got back in the car and headed home. But there was something different – some new smell, some new sounds. The sounds turned into yips and barks and the smell, it smelled something like….. like………a dog!
When we got home mum took me in the house like usual and then went back out. She returned with a small kennel that had been on the floor in the car. The same kennel the new smells and sounds had been coming from. I’d seen the kennel both on the way to and from the vet but thought nothing of it. I am a princess, I don’t travel light.
When she opened the kennel door, this is what came out!
Meet your new foster-brother, Timmy! He’ll be staying with us for a while.
Mum says she has one more big surprise for me tomorrow. I’m not sure how many surprises a pug can handle all at once.