With all the commotion from dingbat (dumb-dumb) eating the toxic plant, I didn’t get to tell you all how Molly’s check up and my shots went.
(If you just want to know what happened medically and don’t want to see our cute pics, scroll down a bit. Then be ashamed that you don’t love looking at our faces. BOL! JK! Not really…I’m pretty cute.)
First off, Mom had to take us by herself. We got ourselves all tangled in the car and it was lots of fun *insert sarcasm here*. I didn’t hardly cry at all on the way there! Mom told me to tell you that NEVER happens! It’s true.
When we got there, they put us in a room with a door that had a window:
It was so nice being able to see out and not being stuck in a tiny box of a room like all other vets have.
Molly got a little nervous and decided to sit by Mom:
I was having so much fun I could barely sit still:
Dad met up with us about 15 minutes after we got there. Mom was very relieved. So was Molly:
Ok, enough pictures. Here’s the down-low-e-o:
I got all my vaccines at ONCE! Dr. Hamilton held all 3 syringes in one hand and poked my butt only once! It was amazing!
He asked Mom what she does to my teeth because they are “absolutely beautiful and perfect.” Mom was so happy because, although she’s been slacking lately, she was brushing my teeth EVERY SINGLE DAY!
The only negative thing that was said about me was that I am “a little round by the belly”. BOL! I knew that!
And the only terrible thing that happened was that I had to get my nails clipped.
Her mouth is healing “beautifully” as Dr. Hamilton said. He also said her breath smells much better now. BOL!
OMD! You know what didn’t smell good? When they expressed her anal gland and it was so full it leaked ALL over the floor. Dr. Hamilton said that it was abnormally full but luckily it wasn’t infected.
Once he did that, the room cleared out pretty quickly. Molly is S-T-I-N-K-Y! The vet tech even sprayed Molly’s butt with Febreeze. It didn’t help though. We had to drive home with the windows down. Then when we got home, Mom had to wipe Molly’s tush with a baby wipe. Still, no good. Mom had to light smelly goods because the house started to stink.
Mom promises to never let that happen again!
So, as long as no emergencies come up, the next vet visit will be in 27 days when Macy has to go and get her blood work done to re-check her liver numbers.