BULLIES come in all ages

BULLIES come in all ages
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Surround yourself with positive people,
energy, and situations;
always avoid negativity.


Life is too short to wake up with regrets.
So, love the people who treat you right.

Forgive, and then forget about the ones who don't.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Beam Me Up, Scottie

Just checking in to let you all know I am home and doing well.

At least that's what they tell me...I'm taking tramadol and don't really know, or care, where I am.

Thanks for all the well wishes and encouraging comments;
I know it made Rama feel better to read the success stories.

I'm going back to sleep now...
check with y'all later...

If I keep my head under the bed, I won't have to wear that darned cone!


Kari in WeHo said...

I hope you are feeling all better soon!


Kathy said...

Oh man, isn't that Tramadol the best?!
Just having a snooooozzzze!

Stylin' with a coat matchin' cone!
Best wishes for your recovery!
Raider and Mom

Pedro said...

Check out the cone my brother Marley wore after his fix-it surgery. So much better than the e-collars. It's called a Bite Not Collar and there's a link at the end of my "Like A Weed" post form 4/24/11.


Remington said...

Glad you are home. Take care my friend....

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Hey Buddy, good to see you. Hope that tramadol does the trick to keep you comfortable. We have our paws crossed for a good and speedy recovery.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Suka said...

hey Buddy,

I am so furry happy to see you home! Congratulations on making it through the surgery. With that hurdle done all your energy can go to healing.

I am sending you lots of positive thoughts and prayers that you get well soon and the healing process is successful. Can't wait to see you running and playing again.


p.s. Cones are not fun. I like your idea of the head under the bed. You are a smart pup!

glenda said...

Glad to hear Buddy is back home and the recovery is beginning. When my Boxer had surgery I put cut-off T-Shirts on her and she did't have to use the cone. But it would depend on the surgery location. Good luck!

Anna the GSD said...

OMG!! I hate I missed the news about your surgery, but I hope you continue to heal well!! Twelve weeks is going to be a looong time!! Hugs!

texwisgirl said...

oh sweet buddy! get some rest!

Madi and Mom said...

Buddy you are a handsome devil w/ or w/o the cone...before long you'll be a handsome devel on the move. Big hugs and nose taps
from Madi and Mom

Frankie Furter said...

This is grrrrreat news... butt PLEASE do me a FAVOR... If my mom sees that Beam me Up Scottie thingy... she will be going into STARTREK Withdrawal...and Flashbacks and stuffs so let's keep that kinda Shhhhhhhh Ok??? hehehe

Ina in Alaska said...

Oh Buddy you have a long way to go, but you are in good hands!! xoxo

Gloria said...

Get better soon Buddy! Gotta love that Tramadol!

bellaboo said...

Make the most of all the attention Buddy..and get well really soon! :)

Mango said...

Tamadol is great stuff. You are totally tripping out now for sure.


kks said...

Oh, Buddy....so glad you're home....Ramma will take good care of you!
(are you doing PT?)
Fast healing Buddy, but not too fast...don't want to rupture your good knee!

Lorenza said...

Hi, Buddy!
I am happy to know you are at home!
You will be like new in no time!
Take care
Kisses and hugs

the booker man said...


dude, i'm so glad that your surgery went a-okay and that you are home now! pretty please try to be good so you don't have to wear that cone and feel the betterment soon!

the booker man

Susan said...

Take care,Buddy! Do what Rama says and recovery will be just around the corner!

road-dog-tales said...

Buddy - We read about you over at Mango & Dexter's blog and just wanted to stop by and wish you well! We know it's boring to have to "take it easy" but hopefully the time will zoom by. Hope you have some fun games that will stimulate your mentals!

Take care!
The Road Dogs

Anonymous said...

Poor pup! :( Hoping you get better as soon as you can, and in the meantime just let that Tramadol do its thing.


justjohn said...

Around our house, we call it the 'Cone of Shame'... chin up!

Mr Koda MD said...

It might be better in loopyland at the moment anyway while you recover

Cone of shame!! ARGH