Wednesday I took the boys to see Dr. Anne. Hallelujah! Ike is doing well – he gets to take a week off! I think adding the Life Exxtension (now discontinued – I had to stock up!) and cat’s claw has made a tremendous difference in his response to the Lyme. Next weekend is the Alternatives to Lyme seminar – I HOPE it is useful. I heard good things about the presenter, David Dalton, when I asked around.
Bug had his first full-body alignment now that his pelvis is all straightened out. I asked Anne about the stainless steel and she said she feels Bug has a sensitivity to it. Same with the Kongs. I mentioned to her that I was thinking about Kong’s as plastic and could she retest…. Same result – sensitivity. : ( Poor Bug.
I brought the Vetri-Science multi-vitamin and Glyco-Flex the boys take. They are both beef based and I wanted to be sure Bug can continue to take them. Yes. I also brought some beef tendon and bully sticks that I had bought in bulk. Nope. Bummer. Looks like I will be ordering some ostrich tendons. Robin also recommended some dried fish skin that SitStay carries. She said it takes her corgis a surprisingly long time to eat them.
Wednesday, during the day, I left Bug out of his crate with Ike. Gulp. Guess what I came home to? Multiple toys in every room!! Bug played ALL day. He is such a silly goose! The boys seem happy with the arrangement – today is day 3 – we’ll play it by ear.
Tomorrow Bug gets to go herding and we try out our down with sheep!
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