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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Food Time

Gio would like to tell everyone that he is STARVING!

"Attention citizens of Earth. I regret to inform you that my stomach is very empty. I fear that I may expire due to starvation at any moment."

"You guys hungry?"

"When will you learn to STOP ASKING STUPID QUESTIONS?!"

Gio remains eager that he will get real food one of these days.


Exhibit A:
"Real food" that Romeo gets to eat.
Beef liver and boneless sheep.

Exhibit B:
Yuck.
Point of note, it looks very similar when it comes out the other end.
Did I mention, yuck?

Exhibit C:
Gio's medicine cabinet.
The fact that he HAS a medicine cabinet means he is not "well" yet,
so more "yuck food" for him for a while.
Note the bright orange sticker on bottle #3? That sticker warns about drowsiness, or more aptly termed "Drugged up Sheltie".

But Nurse Romeo knows how to deal with patients that are "Drugged up Shelties".
They just need a good cuddle.

15 comments:

Josh and Jess said...

Jessie got quite excited about Exhibit B!!! She actually liked the canned stuff that she was on when she had colitis :)

Cool Design Shelties said...

Glad to see Gio better and better :o) Even he has to be on the diet for a couple af days more!

//Bente

Sara said...

Poor Gio. My dogs have never been fond of "prescription" dog food either.

Gio is looking better each day, even with the drowsiness.

Dawn said...

I can tell that Romeo is soooooo glad Gio is home! He is looking better!

KEY WEST COLLIES said...

Gio is looking a lot better. The picture with nurse Romeo is just pawtastic.

Here is to good health and a long life.

Essex & Deacon

Mason Dixie said...

I think Gio is looking much better and I hope he can be off the meds soon, but at least he is being taken well care of. =)

Winnie said...
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Winnie said...

Poor Gio. At least he has Romeo to cheer him up! :)

wally said...

Ooooh! I will take A, please. Well, I'm just glad to see you getting better, Gio. Nurse Romeo is doing a bang-up job!

wally t.

Dozer and Coop said...

Oh Gio! That Exhibit B was really disgusting fud. We can send you fud but your Mum has spies out there looking for packages. Can you get to the mailbox before her?

We'll spring you once your hair grows back,

Love, Dozer, Dottie and Cooper

Ludo van puppy said...

Oh no Gio! I hope you get back on the real food soon.

SheltieJim said...

I am SOOOO happy to hear how well Gio is doing. He seems to be out of the woods now, even if his treatments haven't completed. He's such a good looking guy, but he looks pathetically hungry!

the Corgi Girls said...

Romeo's a good lil bro to cuddle you in this dire time of need, Gio... and I mean your situation is dire because of that gruel they're trying to serve you, harooooo!

We love you, corgi cuddles boys!

Abby and Aiden said...

Gio is looking good! Hope the regiment keeps helping. He will be back to normal soon! Aww, Romeo and Gio having a good cuddle.

Angela said...

Look at how sweet Romeo is to Gio! That is such a cute picture! So glad to see that Gio is feeling better!
Hugs,
Angela

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