Miss Didgeridoo (Digi) had her surgery on Sept 7. Here we are slightly over one month. Her cast and stitches were removed nearly 3 three weeks ago. Here is a photo I took of Digi this morning.
The biggest thing she has to do is rest her legs, which means no jumping or running. Tell that to an active 1-1/2 year old pug. She’s pretty good for the most part.
The hardest thing to do it keep her from jumping up on us because she wants our laps or wants us to play with her.
This photo I took this afternoon of her jumping up on my leg. I was outside on our patio awhile taking photos of autumn leaves. So, of course, I had to capture Miss Digi not following doctors orders.
In a couple of weeks we will be getting another pug. Poppy, now about 15 weeks old, is actually a Digi’s niece. Here is a photo of Poppy with her adoptive mom (French Bulldog) and one of her puppies. Poppy, our pug, is in back sleeping. Tamara, the breeder we are getting her from, took the photo. And Poppy’s knees are perfectly healthy. Tamara makes sure of that now.
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