I swear I did. It’s not the green reliefs tank, but I am making great progress on my Phil Lin sweater. I knit this weekend with the girls at the Point and at Cassie’s, and I finished the back, and made good headway on the front. I was going to photograph it last night.
But then I came home to ill dog. At first I thought it was some kind of intestinal thing because he’d thrown up while I was gone yesterday, and though that happens once in a while and he’s always fine right after, yesterday he wasn’t fine. He was lethargic and walking VERY slow on his walks out. I figured I’d see how he was today, and he seemed better this morning, but still walking weird, when it became clear that there also something going on with his foot. He might have stepped in something splintery, I don’t know.
An expensive trip to the doggie emergency room this morning (thank god they are on my block in case it’s ever something really serious) resulted in just some solution to soak his foot and instuctions to keep him on restricted exercise for a week and watch him for more weird behavior. He’s eating fine, though. So it’s probably not an intestinal thing.
My poor poo. He’s with me at work today. Knitting posts will have to wait a little bit.

8 Responses to “I had knitting to show today.”

Oh no! Poor poo. Kisses and good thoughts to both of you.

Good thoughts going across country to you both! That poor baby!

Good thing doggy ER is close by. Hope he’s doing better.

Oh no! Poor Ty! Sadie and Diego send him kisses!

Oh no! (for the third time) Sorry to hear that Ty is feeling out of sorts…Here’s hoping it passes quickly!

Poor sweet Ty! Sending get well thoughts his way.

poor little ty, ty! :(

Sorry to hear that Ty isn’t feeling well. My dog had a similar mystery ailment a couple of years ago, for a week or so he was really poorly and wouldn’t let us near his “bad” leg. The Vet couldn’t find anything wrong and thought it was viral. He’s fine now, as bouncy as ever so I’m sure Ty will be fine:-) Ben sends good doggy get well vibes as well