|Bailey taking it easy while recuperating from surgery.|
We'll have to keep Bailey in close quarters for a couple of weeks. That means he won't be seeing his doggy friends Sandie and Lady during his recuperation. They love to frolic about in the yard, something Bailey must avoid at this time. But they'll be playing again before too long.
Bailey weighs about 7.8 pounds and we don't think he'll get any bigger. He was a one-pounder when we brought him home last December as a rescue pup. He's a healthy, lovable pet who has fit perfectly into our family.
|Bailey wore a onesie to keep from licking his neuter stitches.|
Why neuter? I guess the easy answer is because it's the responsible and right thing to do. The ASPCA offers a list of top 10 reasons for having a pet neutered or spayed.
I really can't add to the ASPCA list other than my wife and I want the best for Bailey -- and while Bailey might argue the point if he could -- we know in the long run that he'll be healthier and happier.
Until the next time...