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Thomas – In Recovery Mode (Chapter 6)

Here we are on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Thomas was the penultimate Companion Dog this morning, helping with the chores. His recuperation is going well and he’s acting more like himself now that he’s past those first few days since his surgery.

Here you can see that the incision on his throat is healing nicely.

OK, so I get the drill and the measuring tape, but even if I HAD thumbs, I wouldn’t be able to use the sander!

As a reward for working so hard, he spent a little time at the playground too. Yahoo! The slide is my favorite, but I’ll have to wait awhile longer before I’m ready for that ride again!

Feeling well enough to kick up his heels a little!

Certainly there’s nothing wrong with his hearing. He takes in all of the goings-on while at the playground.

All those stitches are starting to itch – a good sign of healing!

Thank you for my outing. This has been a nice day. It is SO good to be home!

Think I’ll take a little nap before dinner. Awww…nothing like a good spot on the couch with some cozy blankets. Sure hope the hair on my backside grows back quickly. It’s a little breezy back there!

Thomas you’re doing a great job with the healing process! You can have as many naps as you like! Best wishes from all of your viewers and your extended rescue fan club here in California!

One Response

  1. How is Thomas doing?

    Thank you for all your good works!


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