Out of the Blue

It's always something with the little Gunnar-man, who has hot spots we are treating on each shoulder. Hotspots are skin irritations that tend to not heal because when dogs get them, they tend to bite and scratch at the affected area. The thing is that the shoulders are not easy to reach, and he just tends to scratch at the air when trying to get at them, but these are still problematic because Hudson the wonder dog won't stop helpfully licking at his wounds. As a result, on the Vet's recommendation the G-man is now wearing little boy-sized t-shirts to keep her from keeping his hotspots from healing. This is kind of cute, but this is offset by how embarrassing it is to think the neighbors are assuming we are dressing him up as a fashion statement.

R.I.P.: Author Sidney Sheldon dies at 89.

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