What’s up doc?

There’s no picture to describe the trouble I’m in today.

I used the pretty rugs in the living room, dining room AND hallway as my toilet early this morning.

And Peepstress had to show me a mini bidet bath outside.

And the Dad Peep had some type of fit while all this was going on.

What should I do? Maybe a trip to the doc with a sample of my exciting excrement?

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Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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17 Responses to What’s up doc?

  1. maybe you can ask your vet(wo)man if efurrything is ok ?

  2. theguster says:

    Yes, I’d go see the dogtor for this. This seems like more than an ‘accident’ you couldn’t help doing considering you spread this around, so to speak, to several areas. Could you have eaten something that caused this to happen? I’m sure you couldn’t control it once it started. We will keep our fingers crossed that a reason is found for this ‘problem’.

    Feel better and good luck, Winston.

  3. Elizabeth Davis says:

    Oh Winston, we’ve gone through this at our home too in the past, and eventually we’re back to normal again. Hope the DogTor sets you straight soon. Hope your better soon❤️

  4. Susan McCall says:

    lizzie feels your pain winston. her little indiscretions however seem more devilish. they only occur periodically and always in the same place.

  5. nordhuesn says:

    A trip to the Dogtor is indeed what you need. Maybe you gave a UTI. Remember – she give treats!! Also Andy has this problem and he was bad today also. Perhaps it’s the change of seasons?!?!

  6. Deborah E Scott says:

    Definitely need a vet visit. Scotties are too proud to make a mess on purpose. They are extremely careful about such things! Privacy please.

  7. Linda Allen says:

    My beloved Scottie, Robert the Bruce was just diagnosed yesterday with Hemangiosarcoma. I have started him on Turkey Tail mushrooms and Yunnan Baiyao. He had an ultrasound, Xrays and EKG and shows no sign of tumors anywhere else…yet. But the tumor that was removed from his mouth is stage 2 and metastasized from another tumor. But they cannot find it.
    I would really be anxious to hear anything you were able to do for Stuart that made him feel better.
    I have been reading this blog for years. But I never once thought that my Scottie would develop this terrible disease and now understand how helpful this blog is to those who have lost a Scottie.

    • Go over to your precious Robert the Bruce, hold him dearly and give him our love.

    • One thing that we believe must have helped our days with Stuart was being present with him at all times. Our vet advised us to cry and be mournful away from him – in another room or somewhere else. It was hard at first because all we ended up doing after the diagnosis was cry into his wonderful face. Try to be positive around him. Act as normal as you can. We too used yunnan baiyao.

      • Anonymous says:

        Linda the advice to be with your Robert the Bruce is the best thing you can do for him and you. Make each day the best memory. There will be too many days later to be sad and cry. Roxanne.

    • If you wish to send me your email address to Stuartthescottie@hotmail.com I’ll be honored to stay in touch with you. It’s hard. But now you know. And live every second with him as positively as possible. Hug him, squeeze him gently, hand feed him and look into his beautiful eyes and be present. Live in the moment. Are you able to do the things you love together? Going for a walk?

  8. Kismet says:

    t is uncharacteristic but I’d wait for it to happen again before getting really concerned. It could be an anomaly.

  9. rjkeyedup says:

    OK Winston – I’ve been down this road more than once…. momy and I agree it’s the change in food! You never did this when you ate the grain free stuff. Meanwhile hope they are giving you chopmeat and rice to bind things up. Ozzy!

    Peeptress – been thru the IBS, bloody gel poop several times – email or text me if you want to discuss this further. It’s not his fault! or yours for that matter…

  10. sue ellen says:

    Oh hunny…your mom peep will take you to the Dr..You will feel better soon.. puppy hugs on you.♥

  11. Uh oh, hope ya feel better soon.

  12. WestScott says:

    Yes, any sudden changes of this nature warrant a trip to the Dogtor. (Has water intake increased lately?)

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