Chester did his compulsory annual jab few days ago. When the jab was over, Chester flew down from the table. Yes he really fly! That one second passed by like a slow motion for me. I was amazed and thankful. Thank God I was holding his collar and butts so he has a smooth landing.
I also requested for a blood profile check on Chester. At first vet said no need since he has done one last year but I insisted. I thought the vet will ask us to leave Chester and come back later to pick him up (something we’ve done twice) so that Chester will calm down and the vet will be able to draw his blood. This time though doc just ask us to leave the room and stay at the reception area. I highly doubt she will succeed (my 2nd time doubting the doc hahaha)… and wahla she did it again this time in less than 5 minutes! I think one of the main reason Chester manages well this time is because he has his eyes fix at the vet. Wherever the vet go, his eyes will follow. He wants to know what the vet is up to. Wukakaka
Chester will have to live with it (shaved fur) come CNY. Don’t think it will grow back in time. Sorry Che, you won’t be your usual handsome self when your fans visit you. Haha
The only time we have trouble dealing with Chester is on the weighing scale. Chester is nearly 33kg. I’m shocked actually because I’ve cut down on his food since he’s getting older and yet he still packs the kilos.
I received his blood profile result 2 days later. Thank God everything is normal except he’s a bit high on protein, dehydrated (pcv) and has some infection (wbc) going on (may be due to tick or fungal). Vet advised me to change his kibbles gradually to mature/senior type, let him run more so he’ll drink more water and to bath him twice a week to cure his fungal.
I’m thankful everything’s alright with him.
However I know his back legs are slowing him down these days.
When you can no longer walk my dear Che, I will carry you then.