I Broke My Leg

Help your puppy not to ne anxious
Angus is missing me

That’s why this little adventure has started and me and my dog friends, you and I are going to raise lots of money for the PDSA.

He thought it was the end of the world but it’s not! It’s the start of the world and though bad things happen to us we don’t have to look at them as bad.

So first things first… Two beautiful souls have donated so far…. A big massive thank you …chew the beautiful soul… and lots of happy jumps, well hops as I’m not even allowed to do that.

How am I feeling?

I’m feeling a bit confused and because something bad happened…. I think it was my fault. What did I do? It must have been something bad because it hurts on the scale of super villain drilling into my leg bad. I keep thinking “Why”

Sleep is the best thing to do when your body needs to heal

I’m sleeping a lot at the moment, he is insisting I just lie down and so I do, and fall off to sleep. When I wake up I’m checking if the plaster is still there in the hope it’s all a dream and he can see my face drop in disappointment that it’s real and I know he feels my pain.

Distraction and Association

Poppy…Get well soon Ted

He saw that when I look at my leg saying “It will all get better soon” is useless. He realised if I could associate my leg with something nice it might help give me a different point of view. He went and got some cheese …chew the cheese… and when he touched my leg, he gave me some cheese which wasn’t so bad. He them put bit’s of cheese on my plaster and you know? Call me funny but I did start to see my broken leg as a source of happiness. Now he has only done this twice and is enough because I did cheer up and went to sleep with my head resting on my broken leg.

Trudy… We’ll do our best for you Ted

I’ve been whimpering a lot and it breaks his heart but it is now Saturday night I am starting to show signs of cheering up. He has been very patient and kind and has tried to see if I’ll play some games we used to play but I’d rather sleep thank you.

Let’s Raise Money for the PDSA

These blogs are to record my walk back to health and to raise money for the PDSA. Please give a little or share them with friends to go a long way to help the angels who helped rescue my leg from a life long injury. If you find me on Facebook or Twitter you can find out everything by asking questions or reading the gossip.

Not out of the woods but barring complications He is fully expecting me back running around in six weeks but by that time I might be a bit weary but it will be a brilliant video to wait for.

In the meantime thank you to the beautiful souls who have donated and read these blogs. I’m a bit rusty but will soon be chewing them like a bag of fridge dippers …chew the dipper…

Come Back Soon I will be at the Vet on Monday morning to be sedated and have my bandage changed. He’ll be there with the camera catching all the news.


Author: Ted Chewstring

I was born on the 27th of July 2015 at ten to ten in the evening. I have four brothers and four sisters, my mum's name is Piper and my gran's name was Cara. I now live with Derek in Edinburgh, Scotland and we are Thunder Buddies for life. I can sit, lie down, stay, ignore the food, look at me, touch a hand and my favourite is I can play fetch. I love chicken and will do anything for it. I love to chew string

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