Our plan this weekend was to take the pups to the vet get Mary Jane's "good leg" checked out, get their shots, have Marchgiving at the Vecchiomisterton household, and paint the 2nd living room. That was the plan.
We head to the vet hoping to get in early. We get in and discover that her shoulder is swollen (from running into the stump), her "good leg" probably has a partially torn ACL, and they both get all their annual and every 3 year shots. They weren't happy campers.
Saturday afernoon: Matt primes and paints the trim of the 2nd living room. While I head to Bellevue to discuss wedding centerpieces and to the grocery then prep for Marchgiving.
Saturday night: Marchgiving goes off without a hitch. Good food, good drink, nothing was set on fire - Success!
A picture from last year since I forgot my camera this year. Fail.
We get home, let the pups out, and get ready for bed, it's about 230 am. Matt proceeds to pass out and I keep hearing puppy collars rattle. I get up to find Mary Jane's face swollen so bad that her eyes are barely open and she keeps shaking her head. Cue prompt freak out:
"Oh my God, oh my God, Matt....MATT - look at Mary Jane!"
Frantic calls to the emergency vet and a mad search for some Benadryl ensue. So began one sleepless night on the couch....
Sunday morning: MJ is in a Benadryl induced coma, Doobie is being Doobie, and we paint the walls of the 2nd living. Matt says, "Does it look like Doobie's face is swelling?" Shit. Yes, it does. His ears are burning up and he's shaking his head like crazy. Cue Doobie's Benadryl induced coma and 4th call to the emergency vet.
Sunday evening: MJ's stomach is upseat, meaning I've cleaned up her stomach contents 4 times today (I'll spare you the visual), and Doobie is running around like he's on crack trying to make his paws stop itching.
The only thing we can figure is the vaccines are causing this allergic reaction. Our pups are miserable, we feel helpless and the new vet will be getting a phone call in the morning.
ANOTHER Benadryl coma is headed their way.
The good news is we have a painted 2nd living room and we have enough Marchgiving leftovers to last a week.
I'm scared to even ask the question....is there anything else, seriously??