That is something that I could do easily. It has been more than once I had tried to shove Tank's plethera of pills down Orson's throat and stopped myself.
Sandie, Tank 5/25/1998 - 07/08/2011, Orson & Sully
I'm glad he is okay.
I would worry more about the tylenol in the vicodin than the narcotic....
Oh geez, it is my horror I will do this one day! I'm glad he will be OK Pat. Angus is on Metronidazole at the moment (post dental). I will be extra careful to pay attention to what I'm giving him.
Connie and "The Boys":
Angus, Yellow Lab, CGC, RE, CD
Simon, d.b.a. Flat Coated Retriever, CGC, RE, CD
Gone ahead, but forever in my heart:
Crash, Pit Bull x Rottweiler x Golden Retriever
If he stays up for more than 4 hours...consult a doctor.
Glad to see he's resting all good.
Side note: visted my brother and his Golden over the 4th and couldn't believe what I heard! I got in trouble for feeding my choco and his golden retriever meat. Meat! In bowl never by hand BTW. They claimed they never give her meat, not good...just chips, onion dip, popcorn n crap. WTF? I also mentioned Bayer aspirin for the old girls hips at night..they had no clue.
Side Bar #2: Same brother 2 yrs ago, while installing his first window air conditioner, it fell out the window smashing his security lights as he barely held on to the cord while screaming at his wife for help. (I was comfortably having a beer in the yard...perfect vantage point) I was rolling on the grass LMAO.
After the disaster and somehow pulling the beast up by the cord, he complained the next morning it didn't really cool the room.
I looked and it had a temp set at 80 degrees! Mothers don't let your sons grow up to be brothers!
It sounds like something I would do. Glad he is o.k.
Anyone else thinking about Dr. House?
I hope Baxter hasn't developed an attitude like House.
Melissa; mommy to Mitchell and fur baby Mandy