Today was the 3 month checkup for my Bioinc Eye. I had to hold this little strip of paper in my surgery eye for a full minute to measure how wet my eye stays. Apparently I have good tear production and Dr. Weigt said it is looking really good and I won't have to see her again for 6 months. My right eye is still kind of junky but my pressure was OK so no worries. Dr. Weigt said I was a very good boy and I got a Pup-peroni.
If you have watched Tonka the Backhoe you saw my great digging spot. AP decided that I shouldn’t be digging down to the foundation of the house so she landscaped it with sand, paving stones and a solar fountain. She used over 1000lbs of sand to fill it in – I am not happy!
AP here -People always ask me how Tonka gets around and I always answer "I tell him where to go". Now this is a true statement but Tonka also does an incredible job of navigating all on his own and once we have been somewhere he remembers it quite well. I got to thinking just how many commands we use with him and came up with this list of words that Tonka understands. I have probably left some out but it is a start....
Duck, Duck, Goose
Ready Set Go
Out of There
Let me see your feet
I am a rescue from the Appalachian Great Pyrenees Rescue Association in Richmond Virginia . I was born blind but that does not stop me from being a very happy boy. My humans are helping me write about my many adventures so I hope you follow along.