Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Deb Update & Us

First of all we will give you an update on Deb.  The actual procedure was supposed to be 20 minutes but after 2 hours they still could not find the stone nor do the stent.  So now they are wondering if it is something else.  Deb is home now, resting.  We will let her fill in the details when she goes to work on Friday (and has Internet) but for now no solution yet . . . so stay tuned.


The weather warmed up today, into the 50's! And it's supposed to get even better!  Stanley posed for a picture for Jessie.  He hopes she likes it and hangs it on her fridge.  I think he really looks buff!

Stanley stole Wilson while we were having a training session.

Stanley plays a recall game with mom and dad where they call him and he comes running and then the other one calls him back.  Stanley loves this game until he gets tired and then he won't budge.

Here he was barking, "Snap a picture so Jessie can see me running!"

I was still working with Wilson.

Stanley says it's a sure sign of spring when our warm weather bowl is full of water!

I don't have time to drink, I have training to do!

I can do this all day long!

Murphy & Stanley


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Poor Deb!!! We hope she is resting comfortably now. All paws crossed for the "something" to be "nothing".

Very buff indeed, Stanley. Jessie must be swooning.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Sandra Alawine said...

More healing purrs and power of the Paw for Deb we hope they can figure out what is wrong soon. Looks like you had a nice time outside. Alasandra the Cats and Dogs

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Thanks for the update - the worst thing about being sick is the not knowing why...

Stanley, you ripple dood!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

We are so sorry to hear it didn't go well for Deb. Sigh!!

Casey said...

Ohhhhhhhhhh Stanley!! You're SO handsome!! What a big tough pose, and then action shots too?? I'm going to swoon! (How do you swoon?)


We're all sorry to hear Deb is having such ruff luck. We'll keep our paws crossed for her!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

Sending prayers for Deb. I love seeing you boys playing outside.

The Gang at LLB said...

Looks like you guys are having a blast!! We took Rosy to see a lighthouse AND run on the was in the 60s here today!

Sending POTP and prayers for Miss Deb!
Jakey, Arty & Rosy Sandy Toes

Kinley Westie said...

For y'all da 50s is a warm up - for us it is a cool down and "too cold" for my momma to want to ride her bike (at least I got a walk). She are a wimp.

Idaho PugRanch said...

Thanks for the update on Deb - bet Jessie enjoyed the photos of Stanley
Hazel & Mabel

The Ladies of Beaglebratz Manor said...

Oh dear, what a ruff time Deb iz havin'with this. We all (mom too) send our POTP an'prayerz fer a good an'quik endin'to all that truble.

Oh my Stanley - good thing u r spoken fer - a lotta ladiez in Blogville wood b more than just furry much lookin'your way if u know what we mean.
Lady Shasta'n Miss Maizie

The Ladies of Beaglebratz Manor said...

Oh dear, what a ruff time Deb iz havin'with this. We all (mom too) send our POTP an'prayerz fer a good an'quik endin'to all that truble.

Oh my Stanley - good thing u r spoken fer - a lotta ladiez in Blogville wood b more than just furry much lookin'your way if u know what we mean.
Lady Shasta'n Miss Maizie

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

We think you need one of those ball-throwing machines....of course you'd need lots of Wilsons, too. You are both in such great shape!

Mark Muller said...

oh I hope the dogtors will find out what was wrong... hugs to deb and lots of potp.
we tried to play that game too... but we could play it just half because I don't listen to my dad... he is no woman, ha ;O)

Madi and Mom said...

thank you for the update for Deb. My goodness me we hope and purr her pain level is being managed. Give her our very best when you talk to her.

Stanley that loud thud you heard was Jessie she has fallen over and is hyperventilating she might need some mouth to mouth therapy.
Hugs madi your bfff

Julie said...

Poor Momma of my Sweetest Twin. To go theough all that horrid stuffs and have no resolution!
I do wish SPRING would arrive over here...ummmm, I wonder if I could borrow your outside water bowl to see if I could entice SPRING here as well?
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

Millie and Walter said...

That does not sound good for Deb. We will keep our paws crossed that they can figure out what is wrong.

You Doods are looking great. It looks like you have great weather for playing outside.

Tails Around the Ranch said...

POTP thoughts to Deb. Enjoy the spring-like weather.

C.L.W.STEP said...

We sure hope Deb feels better real soon!

(Oh, and in my house, the tennis ball is always MINE!)

KB Bear said...

Poor Deb. Thanks for the update.

The Doodz sure are doing some serious training. They look so fit and muscular! It looks like springtime there!

M. K. Clinton said...

I am so sorry for Deb. I hope they find out what is wrong. Now, Jessie is going to do some serious swooning with those pics. Of course, Ruby is so in love with Murphy that he doesn't need to flex for her. BOL!

Caren Gittleman said...

I just posted a comment on yesterday's post that I will post again, after I say what I am going to say. She may want to consider a new Urologist. It is QUITE COMMON for stones to move and NOT show on Xrays and the stone (or stones) are STILL THERE. When I have lithotripsies (the procedure she is having)...they ALWAYS do Xrays first. If they don't see a stone they send you doesn't mean it is something else, it means the stone (or stones are wedged dormant somewhere and they cannot "blast" them until they can see them. I have suffered REGULARLY with these for 22 years. Here is the comment I left yesterday: "My heart goes out to Deb.........I am the Lithotripsy Queen.......I probably know MORE about kidney stones than anyone. Why? I have medullary sponge kidneys.........I have had at least TWELVE lithotripsies (the procedure to blast the stones)......the condition I have means I will ALWAYS have stones (because with that condition they kidneys MAKE stones)....she is lucky if she just has one stone.......I am having another lithotripsy on March 14th (last year I had 4 of them).......get well (and much sympathy) for me, no one knows better than me...I have passed MANY on my own. I have also blogged about the condition many times on my cat's blog if you want to read them."

Jeanne Pursell said...

We sure do feel bad for Deb and hope that she is not in continuous pain! Hoping and praying she feels better real soon and that they can find and fix the problem. Sounds nds like Caren has had quite a time of it too.😳. Enjoy that spring weather and your outdoor water bowl. We are getting ready to head south to find Spring! LOL 😂😂

LP said...

You both are going to have bulging muscles all over the place by the time Spring arrives with all that running about! Your special lady friends will love it :)

the critters in the cottage xo

Ruby said...

Oh noes! Poor Deb!!! You tells her that we are all thinkin' abouts her, and keepin' all our paws crossed and sendin' lots and lots of POTP and healin' vibes and margaritas...okays...that last one was for me...☺
Okays, nows....WTD STANLEY??!!!! You;re snaggin' WILSON??!! Dude, do I have to come up there??!! You heard my don't wants to hear it in the furs right up close and me! (did that work Boo?? Did he give it back? and is he shakin' in his furs???! heheheee)
Okays, I will bark with you's nice and warm tonights, so I can stay outs extra long!
Your Fiance, the one with the FABulous furs, Ruby ♥♥♥

Wyatt said...

You have the most lovely mountain view from your backyard! Every home in every state has it's special something. Back to your fetching 'Wilson' with a view ♥♥
Wyatt and Tegan