Today Levi got a pretend haircut at the grooming salon. It consisting of a bath, a blow dry and they ran the clippers over him with the guard on so it didn't take any hair off. The groomer also scissor trimmed his face and feet and Levi looked so cute. He did well, stayed calm and didn't bark or whine in the cage. He'll go back in a few weeks for a real haircut.
After his Saturday afternoon experience getting his paw hurt with Dad's wheelchair Levi recovered very quickly. By night he was back to normal, not limping or showing any signs of pain so Mom didn't give him any of the pain pills the emergency animal hospital sent home with them. The veterinarian at the hospital said that sometimes when puppies have their first experience with getting hurt they can get really distressed and overreact. That's what the little guy did. By the next day Mom could move the two toes in question around and it didn't bother him a bit.
Thursday he'll get another new experience---a day trip to Lake Michigan to get sand in his newly washed fur. ©
P.S. Mom tried to get a close up of Levi's new face cut but he doesn't cooperate with the camera.
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