I'm sure your lovely Annie will be more than willing to entice little Riley to some enthusiastic antics, Barney, after that little lad has recovered from his neutering operation today. Hope all goes well for him.
Not too much trouble for Uncle Barney after your op, little handsome lad! Thinking of you, quite longingly truth to tell.
Could SLR PLEASE stop getting such a succession of gorgeous hounds??? I am seriously considering a life of crime to finance a REALLY REALLY big boat and a piece of secure land so I can nick them all. ;D
Riley is back here, & as right as ninepence. He was limping at the surgery & holding up his bandaged right front leg, (where he's had his ingrowing dew claw removed), but he hopped in & out of the houndmobile with no problem, & is walking fine, so his performance at the vets was probably the usual Lurcher plea for sympathy. My crew & Moss welcomed him back keenly, but gently - he's a big favourite all round in the home-kennel.
I didn't cook his chicken in case he wasn't hungry on his return, but in fact he was ravenous, & demolished a small bowlful of Burns chicken & maize as well as quite a few chicken nuggets. I'll cook his chicken & rice shortly, & see if he'd like it for supper, if not he can have it for breakfast in the morning.
I took a few pics on his arrival back here, but can't download them until the camera battery is charged - I'll put them up later.
The lad is currently snoozing in the hall outside the office, & looks to be in fine fettle. He'll be going back to Anil for his post-op checkup on Tuesday, when he'll also have his second jab.
Má tá grá agat dom, tabhair grá do mo mhadra. ~ Love me, love my dog.