We haven't really been gone anywhere, we've been here but not at the computer. Mom and Yahoo are fighting, so Mom just stayed off the computer for awhile till she cooled off. Yahoo doesn't want to do anything she wants it to do. It especially doesn't want to work with Blogger. Mom says if it wasn't such a pain in the butt, she'd stop using Yahoo at all, but that means she'd have to change her address on everything and it's too much trouble. She says to tell all of you that Yahoo won't notify you when we leave a comment on your blogs, it sends us a mailer demon instead. It makes Mom say bad words, but she doesn't know how to get around it for now. We'll keep leaving comments anyway and hope they go thru.
So here's what's happening, Norma Jean had her stitches out last week and is growing her hair back over the bald spot that the doctor made. Mom's thumb is starting to bend a little bit but it's still pretty swollen so it doesn't bend as much as it should. She's doing her exercises and being careful with it and she thinks it'll be OK soon. I'm doing fine and just waiting for Santa to bring me some good stuff. Because Mom's best friend just moved to a new house and Mom's hand isn't working yet, they decided to postpone Christmas until spring. I don't know what that means for us exactly. Will Santa come this month or will he come in the spring? Mom says he can bring more stuff in the spring because he won't be so busy and his bag will be lighter, so maybe that'll be a good thing. We'll see.
We're getting some Christmas stuff this month and some of the best came from our bestest friend Chewy. This came last week and it smells delicious. When Mom opened the box, she stepped back and said phew! That means it smells really, really good. This is dried wild salmon from Evangers. We know Evangers makes great foodables because Noah and I eat Evangers Duck and Sweet Potato on our dinner every night.
The only thing in this is salmon.
Look at the size of those pieces! They're huge and they look as good as they smell.
Last night Mom said it was time to try them out so we all went to the garage for dinner, except Mackey. She eats upstairs with Dad. It was the tenth of the month and around here the tenth is always Heartgard day, so first Mom gave us each our Heartgard tablet. They're chewy and tasty, so no complaints from us.
Then Mom sent us outside while she made up our dinners. Last night the Portie girls all got green beans on their kibble. Sebastian and Syd got homecooked turkey and veggie food on their kibble.
Noah and I got some of this yummy Evangers duck food on our kibble.
Here's what we thought about our dinners.
Chewy wants us to remind you that they sent these wonderful treats to us at no charge so we could try them and give you an honest review. These things are GREAT and that's a unanimous decision.
We have another great taste test to do over the weekend, so we'll see you then. Stay safe.
Your pal, Fudge