Horn? I Gots One.

We obviously don’t just have small dogs; there are large dogs around, too.  This horn belongs to our Rhodesian Ridgeback, but she’s learned to share with the grumpy old man…mostly because he can be downright rude, snarling at anyone attempting to take whatever it is he has.  She is, thankfully, so tolerant of his attitude.

His seizures have been so few and far between that when he starts to have one, we look at one another, confused for a brief moment.  Thank you, herbal remedies, proper diets, and most of all, to Ninja for being the most entertaining little tushyhole on the planet.

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This Face…

I am certain he is beyond tired of hearing it, buuuuut… could he get any cuter?! This little guy is a complete mess. He’s a prankster, loves to play with toys, and gives some of the best calf scritches!

Since adopting Ninja, we’ve been on a quest to find the perfect balance for his seizures. As of this post, we are over a month free and clear. Woohoo! Good quality foods, herbal remedies (which even I was skeptical of, but results are bueno), and lots of love and attention…that’s what seizure-free days are made of! =)

Holiday Happies

This year has been full of piss and vinegar!  

Ninja’s seizures are finally less frequent and intense, he no longer fears women, and he’s put on weight so his ribs don’t hurt when you hold him.  He is active, happy, and has a hold on our hearts.

The Chins now have a Chindowseat in the art studio.  They watch for other dogs, humans, vehicles, birds, and leaves, and they let everyone know all about them.

The boys and their filthy paws…my new goal is to destroy all white tile.  At least they have fun (and never stay dirty long.)

Our normal coffee routine is outside, but jeepers, it’s been chilly out there!  So these days, we sit in front of the fire with a snuggle buddy or eight.