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Rudy's journey

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Rudy's journey

at the park before a new journey

January 25th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

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Normally we go on walks twice a day. Since Rudy has slowed down with his ‘cancer’ leg we’ve been taking it slow and going on walks just in the evening time.  He gets double the fun because we now go to the park in the car! So Rudy gets to hang his head out the back window on the way to the park. Yippee! 

So this evening was no different, we loaded up in the car and off to the park.  We met up with a doggie friend and just relaxed in the grass.  When it was time to go back to the car Rudy decided it was time to take a little sprint around the park for one last hoorah on four legs!  I couldn’t stop laughing, he had a big smile on his face. I think he was trying to tell me not to worry so much. I know my big goofy will be a champ running around the park on three good legs!

This morning we had to go in to have fentanyl(?) patch put on for pain. Tomorrow we go in for surgery.  I’m trying to take it day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute.

I am so thankful to have such a wonderful and loving dog in my life.


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3 Comments so far ↓

  • admin

    That’s the spirit! Follow Rudy’s lead and love life in the Now, and everything will always be OK.

    We’ll be rootin’ for Rudy tomorrow! 🙂

  • CatiesMom

    Right on! One last hoorah on four legs – he’ll be doing all kinds of championship zooming on three in no time.

    Sounds like you are indeed following Rudy’s lead – embrace the moment. It’s all that really matters.

    Sending positive thoughts for your big goofy today. I’ll be watching for an update.

  • jerry

    Go Rudy! I know it’s hard for your pawrents not to worry, but you’ll be a great teacher.

    Stay strong and good luck with the surgery, we’ll be thinking of you!

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