Thursday, June 12, 2014

The Cone of Shame

I don't understand why I have this lampshade on my head.


I went to see all my good friends at the veterinary hospital yesterday morning.  Instead of our usual fun visit, I got poked and prodded, and I woke up with this thing on my head.


I'm pretty cagey, though.  I have almost managed to get it off twice now.


One of the ladies at the desk (she used to be my biggest fan) even told Mom that I fussed and fussed and fussed when I had to get my temperature taken.



The doctor said I'm not supposed to run, jump, or play too much for a whole week!  Mom said she might need some medication.




Mom says sorry about the quality of the photos -- she decided on an impulse to take them.  Thanks for stopping by.  :)

Duncan

9 comments:

  1. Oh, poor Duncan....... hope he is feeling better now. He is such a cute little dog. Bet he doesn't like that cone on his neck. Hugs to Duncan and I hope he feels better soon.
    Mary

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  2. Some how I don't think the no run, jump or play thing for a week is going to happen:@) Hopefully the week goes quickly and all is well!

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  3. HAHAHAHAHA! I'm sorry, but this is so funny to me. Whenever I see a dog in the cone, it makes me giggle.

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  4. From catching up on the last few posts it sounds like Duncan is testing your patience! Maybe having the collar on will slow him down a little? He really is an adorable little guy, Denise.

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  5. Duncan, are you being a pain in the keister about now? You settle down a bit and soon you can take off the cone. That can't be much fun. Remember: be nice to your parents, k?

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  6. Poor pup! Those things are no fun!

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  7. Duncan, you are a beautiful brindle!!! Get better real soon! No fun having the cone of shame to sport.

    hugs and aroooooos!

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  8. Poor Duncan. Hope you feel better soon. Be a nice boy and no biting and puddling.

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  9. Oh my goodness, Denise, how's it going with Duncan and the cone? I can't imagine the no running, jumping or playing!!! Hopefully,the cone will be off soon. Thinking of you...and big hugs being sent.

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