At least that’s what the Doctor said when they did a Cat Scan – his Lab Work is taking longer though. He refused to see the Black Lab, so they went to find a Yellow Lab and he turned out to be a Golden Retriever, shook his head sadly and said, “I’ve met this nut before… Not a thing in there to retrieve.”So, Oris, wasn’t behaving himself and ended up visiting the ER last weekend. We could tell he was misbehaving because he had that glint in his eye again. You know, the one that says, “Yup, I got away with it that time.”
So, the Doctor checked him out, reattached his leash and gave Patsy a tighter reign on the choke strap, so she could keep him behaving himself. Guess they’re gonna have to kick the tires and check the fluids a little more often. One nurse said, “Well, O, once you get this many miles on a body, you expect it to put out a little more gas, creak and grown a little more on the corners, and run a little slower when you’re traveling the Back Roads. Just be sure to stop a little more often in the shade for a break now and then, you’ll be fine.”
So, now about that Cat Scan… I wonder if anyone has found ole “Ripper” yet. After that scan he left the hospital so fast he left his mouse behind.