since I applied her tea and flick medicine.
Dixie has had to stay out of the pool for two days now
And I think it's a relief to her when she gets to the shallow end. She can push off the bottom with her back legs. Every morning, Dixie is eager to go on our walk/trot/run around the neighborhood. I'm giving her aspirin, glucosamine chondroitin, and fish oil everyday. I don't want to start her on cortisone. Please, anyone out there have any recommendations? Our friend Glowria, marathoner and fitness buff, called yesterday to see if she could come over and nurse a knee injury in the pool.
Dixie was ecstatic to be back in the pool again. Glowria's doctor recommended she try running in the deep end of the pool. Here she is valiantly trying to run with Mr. Hawthorne's buoy. Problem was, she couldn't run forward. She ended up pinned by the buoy on the opposite side of the pool. Poor Glowria. Glowria decided she needs a noodle.
Glowria tries to maneuver. Poor Glowria. Dixie tries to swim. Poor Dixie. Near the end of the video, I wonder what Dixie turned back to look at. Perhaps it was Glowria floundering.
Dixie's a happy puppy.
Uh oh. We have a sinkie-dinkie. Glowria to the rescue. Uh oh there.
Mr. Hawthorne watched this video and asked, "Does Glowria know how to swim? I don't think Glowria can swim."