Teddy and Snow!!!

We finally got about an inch of snow. What is with this winter. I wait all year long for this time of year and it has been more like spring than winter.


Teddy will stand like this for ever because she knows her treats are in that back room. This is her asking for a treat.



I can never make her wait long. She has me well trained.


No, she is not looking at me. She is staring at the treats I have in my hand.


Notice her left foot? That is her shaking to get a treat.


Thanks to all who have asked how she is doing. If you look very closely you can see a pink patch over her left eye. She still scratches it sometimes but otherwise her eyes have healed nicely. I do have to give her drops twice a day which at times can be a challenge. I hope that is it for medical problems for a long time. I know she has definitely tapped out on doctors.

Comments

So You finally got some snow :-) They said we should get some tonight but now they've changed their minds. No snow and instead of it getting colder it now will stay warm :-)

I'm glad we don't get that snow but I wouldn't mind if it got really cold for a week or two, that would kill off lots of ticks :-)


I'm so glad Teddy's okand I hope that last itching spot will heal quickly! All dogs I've ever had has always allowed me to give any kind of medication without arguing with me :-) But they sure look as if I was about to kill them :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.
Marigold said…
So cute! She looks like a frosted Teddy cookie with that snow on her! Thanks for the update and glad to know all is well.
Adsila said…
I get that intense staring from my dog too. She definitely wants a treat.
Pricilla said…
We got some snow last night too. In fact our forecast has snow every day through Thursday. Ugh.

That looks like the Chow Stare of Death to me....
That beautiful girl just does not need anymore face lifts. Hugs and kisses sweet Teddy girl!
Barbara F. said…
What adorable photos of Teddy. I am so glad the operation was successful and she is healing well. It was 18 degrees here this morning. Brrrrr. Stay warm and cozy. xo
ANNEMARIE said…
How could anyone resist that face? I envy your snow, very cold here but none of the white stuff yet! Lovely blog. AnneMarie xx
Nellie said…
I am never sure if WE are the ones who do the training with our pets, or if THEY are the ones who train US!:-) Teddy certainly seems to know who "butters HER bread!":-)
laurie said…
oh good, you got the snow I sent,, ha ha, just kidding, it looks lovely on Teddy, we are buried in the white stuff at the moment, I don't mind.
I hope no more doctors for Teddy, poor Teddy, poor you, its been a rough road for sure, but how could one not do all you could for that face,, so sweet.Thankyou by the way for the lovely comments on my painting, I'm still plugging along.
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edenhills said…
It does look like she's doing well. I think a little spoiling isn't bad after all the medical issues that she's had lately.
~ Jayne ~ said…
There has yet to be even an inch of snow fall this Winter,here on Long Island New York : it's very disenchanting.May we soon be blanketed in white to Teddy's delight!It would be mine too!
Ina in Alaska said…
Teddy is adorable coated in snow sugar. As I type this comment I am baking sweet potato slices in the oven to test out on my crew later. I have never made this for them before so if it turns out & if they like them I will post the recipe.

I hope Teddy's eye improves. I am going to read your back posts to find out what happened. :(
Ina in Alaska said…
OMG!! Poor Teddy!! (you don't need to post this comment) she is lucky you care!
Barb said…
Teddy looks so cute! Like a sugar dog. I'm so glad to hear that she is doing well. It's so sad when pets are having a hard time. It 's kind of like little children, they just don't understand why they have to have miserable things done to them! Hope she continues to heal.
TARYTERRE said…
I've been sick. Now on the mend. Back to blogging and commenting as long as I don't have relapse. It has been an unusual winter, hasn't it? TEDDY looks too sweet glistening in snow, regardless of how little there was. How can you resist that adorable face. I'd be giving her treats ALL day. I'm so-oo bad, I know. She looks so full of angst as she waits, though. LOL Glad she is doing so well with her eyes. NO MORE CONES.
LisaDay said…
Glad to hear Teddy is well. With a face like that, I hope she got some treats.

LisaDay
I wish I could send some snow and cold your way, Jaz! We have lots to spare at the moment, unfortunately.
injoyinmylife said…
Oh you beautiful precious Teddy, I think I'm in love! I love your expressions, especially the one where you are waiting for your treat. Hope you have fun in the snow!!!
Joy said…
What cute pics of Teddy! I bet she would even like the snow we just got here in Istanbul. =)
SharleneT said…
She's so adorable! One of the pix makes her look just like a great big warm hassock! So glad the eyes are clearing up. Nothing sadder than a pet needing care -- and, of course, you could use the rest and extra time to focus on great recipes!!! Enjoy the snow -- we haven't had any, yet, but it's promised.