On Tuesdays and Thursdays I usually do some type of bodyweight or sprinting workout, but this morning, for only the second time in his 33 dog years (and 3.5 human years), Bally the Dog didn't want to eat breakfast. He stuck his down near the bowl, but then came up with out eating and did a little whimpering.
Must have been something he ate in yesterday's garbage run that he went on at the park with the dogwalker.
So I called up the Queen West Vet, and they had an opening right away, so we went...
...and he puked in the waiting room.
Honestly, I think that cured him. That and all the cats in the waiting room. They got him all back to normal.
But I also got him some medication - oh,and he also had an ear infection, so he needed that trip to the vet anyways.
When we got home, he was back to normal and has been eating like a champ all day.
I also stumbled across an article on calculating a dog's age...thought it was worth sharing this:
According to this, Bally the Dog and I are almost the same age!
"The official formula, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, equates the first year of a medium-sized dog's life to 15 years of a human's. The dog'...s second year equals nine years for a human. And after that, every year feels like five for a dog.
=> Click here to calculate your dog's age
But he's still a lot shorter than me,
PS - The vet was raving about how good Bally was looking, and he weighed in at a lean, mean 65 pounds.
PPS - I finally did some stretches and Convict Conditioning stuff...
...around 6pm. Mostly stretches. My legs are sore from squats. But I also managed 6 handstand pushups.