Otis and Tess – A New Normal

It's been a challenge to find the right amount of stimulation to keep him Otis active and engaged, without overdoing it. I bought them each a Kong, and got such a kick out of his one legged contortions to get to it. The good news, he doesn't seem to be able to rip it without the leverage of the other foot. And yes, the second Kong in the picture was supposed to be for Tess.
It’s been a challenge to find the right amount of stimulation to keep ¬†Otis active and engaged, without overdoing it. I bought them each a Kong, and got such a kick out of his one legged contortions to get to it. The good news, he doesn’t seem to be able to rip it without the leverage of the other foot. And yes, the second Kong in the picture was supposed to be for Tess.
House 5 - How do we get away with calling this a walk??? But in all honesty, when he is upside down, he seems so happy and relaxed.
House 5 – How do we get away with calling this a walk??? But in all honesty, when he is upside down, he seems so happy and relaxed.
Eating a bully stick - another thing he had to figure out!
Eating a bully stick – another thing he had to figure out!
Hanging around in the sun the afternoon after our oncology check-up. I was reading a book outside, and Otis and Tess just could not be left indoors.
Hanging around in the sun the afternoon after our oncology check-up. I was reading a book outside, and Otis and Tess just could not be left indoors.