Hello everyone. Our human made Pug give me the blog today because his honky germs made me honk too. Yesterday I had to go to the vet and she thought sharing my experience might make me feel better.
My human finally broke up with our regular vet so we tried the new SPCA hospital. It's very nice, not far from our house and my human really liked them. Our Dr. lady even remembered meeting me on the cow hike a few years ago. She really liked me and I really liked her back.
I am not going to dwell on my time at the vet. They put me on a scale, but I am skinny so that was painless. They also did the stick-up-the-butt maneuver. I don't like when people do anything to my butt, but I suppose it was also painless.
After the butt violation was over, they sucked some blood out of me for the Birthday Bloodwork my human completely forgot to get me back when I turned the Big 8. Not my idea of a nice surprise, but painless.
The best part about our new vet is that it's quite close to our grocery store. Thanks to a comment from Sabrina she read while waiting to pay, my human decided it would be nice to stop at the strore and get me (and Pug) a Golden Chicken (I believe we were also out of dog food).
Golden Chickens are a very big deal at our house because for some reason my human finds pulling meat off bones "repulsive". Fortunately the store has an entire Golden Chicken department, so she looked for something a little less "gross". She found a fascinating boneless option called Boneless Chicken Wings, but couldn't figure out how they weren't just Nuggets and opted for a Golden Turkey Breast instead.
The Golden Turkey didn't have many bones and was quite tasty. Even my human ate some, although she said it was too dry. Between the drugs and the golden meat, I should be honk-free in time for the real Turkey Day, but pug will tell you all about that tomorrow.