March 21st 2010 3:05 pm
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Theee adventures continue!!!
I played with Mia again
and with so many other pupsters!
Everypup at the park was so sweet!
There was: Devoe, the brindle
spotted Pit Bull.
Fred, 3-month old Bassett.
Mac, 9-month old brindle
coat English Bull dog.
A red Chih mix.
A mini Schnauzer.
and a Wheaten Terrier mix.
I really liked Mac! He has
a huge head and his face is covered
with wrinkles. He's still in tact. I smelled
his bum, licked his wrinkles, tongue
and enticed him to play. I play bowed,
I bounced, but he was too hot. He
stayed under the tree. Mia, the
yellow Lab puppy, wrestled with me.
After an hour and a half of playing,
BFF took me home. Into the tub I
went. BFF soaked my paws in
epsom salt. She saidz I have a mild
case of icky interdigital fungus thing.
BFF read that this thing is common
in Lab retrievers and English Bull dogs.
Hmmmm. It didn't say Pit Bulls. Oh wellz.
It must have developed from playing
in the wet grass at Marty Robbins park.
I may have also picked it up from Album.
The whole dog park is covered in pebble
rock landscape. I guess the city of El Paso
could not afford dirt or grass. Wooo-wooo!
Lately my pawsies have been red, itchy
in between me'z toes and toe pads. BFF
is treating my pawsies with bacitracin
ointment after epsom salt soaks to
alleviate the itchiness.
I'm thankful me'z guardian loves me and takes good
care of me; especially since I'm a sickly pup.
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We are thankful that you have such a loving home too! What a fun time you had at the park!
you sure are such a lucky pup!! Sounds like a lot of fun at the park though...