LOL. glad things went well
Glad he's home. Good thoughts for a speedy recovery.
~Veronica and Nikki~
Sweet Emma, 16th of February 1996~26th of November 2010
Always in my heart and soul. Together forever, my love....
Nikki 6 months
Way to go, Dylan! Tell those people you want to be with your Daddy and your brother, not stuck in some dumb cage where they don't pay enough attention.
By tomorrow he'll be acting like nothing ever happened and you'll have a hard time keeping him quiet.
Jackie, Champ, and Buddy
I'm glad Dylan is home and recovering nicely.
Laura & CJ in New Hampshire
I am so glad Dylan is home. Good thoughts for his recovery.
Glad he is home and doing well. On the disruption, I am sure it was NOT Dylan..had to be another dog. Definitely.
Awww, sweet Dylan!
Good thoughts incoming for a speedy recovery!
I hope he bounces back as quick as Abbey and Coco. Give him lots of loving and extra attention and get your snuggles in while he is calm and relaxed. I can't blame him for wanting to come home as soon as he could. When you are not feeling well all you want is your family!! I am also glad to know that Abbey's whining and little crying was probably due to the drugs and not pain. Jim and I wondered. She is the more mellow of the two normally but she just wanted to be right by me all night. That was OK with me - they are both normally bouncy and playful and sometimes it is hard to get snuggle time.
Love JL. Justlabradors.com!!!