Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Lola Edition

Today's Wordless Wednesday is brought to you by Lola... and does include a few words, as I play a little catch up.

First, what's that Miss Lola spies across the table?

I nudged the #whitehickorytussock #caterpillar and it stuck to my finger, I screamed and flung it across the table. Lola then came to my rescue and wouldn't let it out of her sight...

It's a white hickory tussock moth caterpillar.  First one I've ever seen...

Found this freaky #caterpillar on the back porch...and oh great, it's poisonous. Should have known that before it touched me.

While Lola was captivated by the funky little guy, Zeus has been discovering the woolly bear caterpillars that have been popping up all over our yard lately.

Found this little guy slithering through the front yard just now #caterpillar

Lola had a vet check up at the end of September (was that really two weeks ago?!).  She enjoyed a nice R-I-D-E (don't worry, I snapped the following picture while we were safely stopped at a red light), and had a great check up with Dr. C.  We'll keep her on the 10mg, once a day dose of prednisone through early November when we go back for another check up.  It seems to have zapped those little lumps that had popped up!

Cruising with Lola #dogstagram #dobermanmix #hangyourheadoutthewindow #love

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9 comments:

Roxy the traveling dog said...

Wow, cool caterpillar. So glad Nola is doing good!

Michelle Liew said...

Glad all is well for Nola!

Nichole Burke said...

It's Lola....

Sheryl @ LibertyHillHouse.com said...

That last photo is adorable. How did you get her to hold that faraway gaze long enough to get her picture? Love it!

Flea said...

Such a beautiful fur baby. :) That's a weird looking caterpillar!

Marjie said...

A nice ride is a good thing. A nose out the window is terrific!

SissySees said...

So glad the pretty girl is doing better!

Life with Wrigs said...

That is excellent news about Lola! Love seeing her sweet face. She looks great! Caterpillars are such interesting little creatures. Thanks for sharing!

Susan and Wrigs

Sue said...

I'm so glad to hear that the lumps are going down. You must be relieved. My Lola and Bailey both had their cysts disappear last month. I was doing a happy dance.

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