Friday, September 16, 2016

Vocal.


While Bob and 'The Font' head off for a power walk round the lake, Angus and Sophie go for a gentle, knee preserving, amble through the fig trees . After a full nights sleep the principessa is surprisingly agile.


Sophie being of a theatrical disposition knows how to ham it up. She hopes this diva like performance may result in a rice cake. 


Angus is not too worried. Sophie still has the strength in her back legs to pounce on an unsuspecting oaf of a brother. Nothing like a bit of brother savaging to perk a girl up.


Later this morning Sophie will be heading off to the hospital in Toulouse to see the specialist. Angus wonders if the poor man is prepared for what is about to confront him. Bob loathes going to the vets. Sophie by contrast thinks it's all to do with her fan club. She is an enthusiastic but highly 'vocal' patient.

Such different characters.

Dogs and television. This was interesting but in the final analysis says next to nothing. https://theconversation.com/heres-what-dogs-see-when-they-watch-television-65000






11 comments:

  1. We are anxious to learn what the specialist thinks of our Sophie! We also hope her doctor has phoned ahead, to inform the specialist of Sophie's importance as a diva. Our thoughts travel with you to Toulouse, and home.

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  2. Paws crossed for Sophie at the hospital. We too are anxiously waiting to learn how she gets on.

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  3. Sophie, I prayed for you this morning.
    Try and get your parents to let us know what the Vet has to say when you get home.

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  4. The picture of Bob being pounced is delightful. Go, Sophie!

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  5. Oh dear, Sophie looks a little like the morning after the night before, and Bob looks quite terrified at the sight!
    Hope there is good news for Sophie from the hospital.

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  6. Keeping fingers crossed for the lovely girl!

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  7. The vet exam will probably be inconclusive. That's our prediction.

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  8. Hello Angus! Catching up once again! I'm not sure where to start - I like the choice of your new car and I enjoyed the article posted about death on Tuesday; printing it out to give to a friend. Finally, I'm sorry about Sophie's knee. As our foster dog Max (the Goldendoodle) is recovering from knee surgery, I'll hope that it's not necessary for your girl.

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  9. Rather upsetting about Sophie. Our prayers are with her.

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