Having a boy dog has been quite a learning experience.
As I mentioned in my last entry, I adopted a boy Eskie and I wasn't aware of how much I had apparently forgotten about boy dogs in the twenty years since I had one.
My first episode of male dog ignorance happened only a few days after I adopted Seamus when I came home from work and he greeted me by rolling over for a belly rub. As I was rubbing his belly I noticed two lumps on either side of his peen. Being the calm, rational person that I am I immediately assumed that he either had undescended testicals or lymphoma. Luckily I checked Vet MD and it turns out that Seamus was just rather happy to see me. Apparently this swelling can happen even if your dog is neutered, however I was soon to discover that Seamus is not. How I discovered this charming fact is because our family dog, Lily, was in the middle of her heat when I brought Seamus home.
Fuck my life and fuck it hard.
|I literally almost pee myself laughing at this picture. HAHA!|
Luckily Lily's heat cycle is pretty much finished and Seamus has chilled out however we are keeping Lily's little knickers on her just to be safe because she's still having bouts of trying to seduce Seamus. (And before anyone considers getting sassy with me about Lily not being spayed I'll add that yes she should have been spayed but she wasn't and she's going to be thirteen years old next week so it's not happening; I'll likely have Seamus neutered but my brain is still too fried from Kira's vet adventure in March to think about it right now.)
Other than my horny dog, I've been writing away and my next post is actually going to be about that and not my dogs.