Friday, September 30, 2011

Birthday (part three) Then and Now

It appears that I'm going to have some time on my hands for the next couple of days. Henry is sleepy and just a tad sweetly pathetic. He is on his double thick cushion in front of Greg's chair with his chew bone at his nose with eyes just barely cracked open to be sure it doesn't move.

Again, Henry at seven weeks (that is one week before we officially get to take him home) and today at six months, home after neutering.

Henry is great company even when feeling groggy after his big day at the vet.  When I reach down to give him a pet and tell him it is all okay, he really seems to take it on trust. Where else can you get that unconditional faith in a human?


  1. I don't know about Henry, but none of our hounds could ever be more humiliated than they were when wearing the cone of shame. Dog parks are wonderful, even if you're from the country. Whittier needs to get with the program! Wow, He is getting to be a big little fellow.

  2. I think I've seen this sort of strange rapid growth before. They often talk about it in Japan involving lizards and nuclear weapons testing. Beware! The wrath of HenZilla may soon come upon Los Angeles!