Stitches out

The boys have finally recovered and back to their mischievous selves.

All stitches got removed on Friday. Ashton took them to get them removed and he later disclosed that he heard Ludo yelp a few times as they pulled out his stomach stitches. He was very worried.

Ludo had quite a few stitches to come out and a few we were worried might of been infected. Since the stitches have come out, he has been healing well and getting back to normal. No more cones.

In other news, I’ve had quite a busy week at work and didn’t come home until late most evenings. Gus made sure that he stated that ‘somethings not right’ with the routine, but pooing on the floor in the living room.

Ash has told me that each afternoon when they hear anyone’s gate shut (in our little town house community) they will rush down to the front door to see if it’s me coming home. (Awww).

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About gusandludo

Ludo and Gus were born on the 12th April 2011. They are both King Charles Cavalier Spaniels. Ludo is Ruby coloured and Gus is Blenheim. A little about Ludo Ludo is the 'adventurer'. Very inquisitive, active and cheeky. Very happy to steal whatever Gus is eating if he can. Cutest trait: If you say "Ludo ludo ludo" he'll cock his head one way and the other. A little about Gus Gus is a lover and a fighter. He'll come up and fall asleep in your arms, give you cuddles and give Ludo a run for his money- running over and jumping on him. This is the story about how we've managed to re-arrange our lives to include these two beautiful boys.
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