Monday, February 27, 2006
I haven't posted in a while, I have been very busy with work and many other events. I wanted to update everyone on what is going on with the three furkids. Trinity had a trip to the vets on Friday because of a little bump on her head, that had a green color to it. Dr. Kerns checked it over and drained the fluid, he said it was and infected hair folicle. . So now little Trinity is on antibiotics for 2 weeks. Needless to say we think it was from the tape on her ears and how we had her taped at the time, we believe it rubbed the top of her head and caused the infection. So she hasn't been taped all weekend. The bump was drying up by Sunday evening, so we went ahead a retaped her ears for one last try. Trinity weighed in at 42.8 lbs. As you can see we got her ears to stand, but without at least a week straight of taping they won't stay.
On another note, March 14 is Kanes first Birthday. We are so excited!! The birthday party planning has begun. I can't believe our little boy is going to be a year old. We haven't got a recent weight on Kane, but we are guessing him at around 155 lbs. and measures 32" at the shoulder. We just love out big ol Kane Bane.....
Griffin is growing up so quickly, he is no longer the pup thats running mad around the house and throwing toys around. He mostly sits on the couch and watches tv and hope not to be disturbed by the craziness of Kane and Trinity. It just amazing how quick there personalities change, its almost like its overnight. Our beautiful Griffy Biffy doesn't have a recent weight either, but we are guessing him around 120 lbs and measures 34" at the shoulder.
Thursday, February 02, 2006
Yesterday when I went home from work for lunch I noticed a big bump on Trinity's side. I got real upset and immediatly called the vets. They couldn't get me in till 5:30, but they informed me that they didn't think that it was any emergency. When I left for work at 6:00 a.m. I know the bump wasn't there, but when I showed up at 10:30 a.m. to check up it was there. So its something that came on very quickly.
So I went back to work and worried all afternoon about what could it possibly be. It was the size of a ping pong ball. Finally 5:00 hit and I was off to the vets. Dr. Kerns did a biopsy on it and determined that it was a spider bite. That was a bit of a sigh of relief, but I am still worried till the bump is gone. So now she is taking benadryl twice a day for 2 weeks. Poor little Trinity!!!