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September 27, 2005

Some good news

The Adequan injections seem, slowly, to be working. Zeke actually romped with his pal Tippy this morning. Play bow, prancing, spinning in tight little circles, the whole schtick...

...for a couple minutes, and then he was tired out. But this from a dog who used to cringe when he saw Tippy coming, because wagging his tail just hurt too much.

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I'm so glad to hear this. This must be Old Dog Rejuvenation Week; Buddy's been running around the yard and bouncing like a puppy lately, and he's 13.

Good to see.

Posted by: Vicki at September 27, 2005 11:12 AM
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Yay, Zeke!

(Incidentally, it was not my intention to start an argument with you the other day, Chris. Little-brother pointed out that my verbiage may have otherwise suggested that. My apologies.)

Posted by: Carrie at September 27, 2005 11:59 AM
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Good for you, Zeke! Good puppy! Playing is good!

I was thrilled a couple of weeks ago when my 15-year old cat, who is mostly about sleeping and eating and being petted these days, caught my eye quite deliberately before reaching out her paw and pulling my full water glass over. It wasn't good for the finish on the table, but it was wonderful to see her being wicked again.

Posted by: Stephanie at September 27, 2005 12:17 PM
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Yay!

Posted by: Rana at September 27, 2005 12:28 PM
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Yay Zeke! Yay Chris for finding something that helps!

Posted by: susurra at September 28, 2005 11:21 AM
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