I haven’t posted in a while, I’ve been on holidays! I hope everyone had a good Easter.
In this video, you have to turn your volume up, Wilson makes funny movements and sounds with his mouth! I wish I could have gotten a better camera angle, but I would’ve woken him up. Has anyone else seen funny things happen when/if your pets dream?
I will soon upload a post about pet obesity, which I am passionate about, and did a research project on in university.
In the beginning of this week, Wilson became the stereotypical lab (that eats anything and everything) and ate an un-inflated balloon! We missed the time period where you can still make your dog throw up, but thankfully, it passed in his poo about 2 days later. If it wasn’t disgusting, I would have taken a picture! Balloons can get stuck in the gastrointestinal tract and cause obstructions and all kinds of bad consequences. So don’t leave weird objects within reach of your pet! I certainly won’t be blowing up balloons near him again any time soon…
The good old days! (although the days are still good) This was back when Wilson didn’t know how sprinklers worked. These days he waits and stares until you turn the tap to turn the sprinkler on!
Watch at 0:35 to Wilson’s response to being told off (he starts digging)
Wilson loves grass so much I can use it as a dog treat! Do your pets like to eat weird things?
It’s crazy to think how quickly baby animals grow up. It’s already been two and a half years since we first got Wilson. He used to be this (see below) small!
2 weeks old
7 weeks old
I miss those puppy days…
There are many things that Wilson wasn’t exposed to as a puppy, such as a blue-tongue lizard. He saw one for the first time a while ago, and was a little scared!