Friday, January 23, 2009

Stuffie help STAT!


Dr. Holden...we have an emergency with two favorite stuffies! Can they be saved?

Victim #1.
Victim #1. "Nipsey" Male Purple Monkey with one eye and one nipple (the matching eye and nipple are MIA and assumed to have been EATEN by one Salinger The Pug), is suffering a major headwound behind the left ear.

Victim #2
Victim #2. "Spike" Male Bulldog with NO eyes (again, both eyes assumed to have been EATEN by Salinger The Pug) also suffering from major stuffing loss from each eye socket.

Dr. Holden examines the victims with his trusty reflex hammer (hey...HE'S the doctor!)...

Dr. Holden has ordered several rounds of stitches for both victims and says they will be fine. Nurse Mom gave each patient several stitches and both are fully recovered!
Salinger was advised not to eat any more body parts off of his friends, but we doubt he will take this under advisement.

THANK YOU DOCTOR HOLDEN! You saved the day!!!

***Mom's note*** I feel I must add that we DISCOVERED these lacerations on the 2 victims after Salinger was spotted doing the "butt drag" around the backyard. Upon further inspection, he required MANUAL EXTRACTION of a very LOOOOONG piece of stuffing/cotton from his posterior. Nuff said. ENJOY YOUR LUNCH EVERYONE!!!! :-)


The Devil Dog said...

Thanks, mom needed to hear that. And yes, she had just finished lunch. ha ha ha
Good job Doctor Holden & Nurse Mom.


Pug(s) and Bugg said...

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Hilarious!!!! Thankfully I already ate... :-D

Tibby said...

Hi Salinger!
Dr. Holden did a great job fixing up your stuffies! You are lucky to have him!
:) Tibby

Rachel said...

bwaahah! I have an entire grocery bag filled with stuffies that need surgery....I just haven't had the time. Maybe I should send them up to Indiana to Holden's stuffie clinic???
Your Foodie Friday blog has been posted!!! You're the first!!Go check our your awesomeness.

Pearl said...

Dr. Holden has a great ring to it!!

I have totally pulled stuff out of Pearl's hiney. Blah!

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

How awsome that you have a doctor in the house to do surgeries on the little patients! Some of my toys need surgerys too, arms attatched and stuffing put back in.
yeaaaa for the surgeons!
Yes - sometime things do get stuck- nice there is someone around to help when the crisis occurs!

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Hi Salinger, I wanted to tell you I was going to come see your doctor friend for my doctor visit today, but I got distracted and could not find you. The doctor visit went okay , but they did not have on fancy clothes like your surgeon doctor- so I was worried he may not be the real thing.
Next time- I am going to the doctor that fixes all your toys!

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi salinger!
oh my goodness. you are a very good communicator aren't you!
without your "notification" your stuffies would never have survived!
excellent work!

Mr. Puggle said...

ahhhh ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Hahaha!! My favorite is pulling my long hair out of little puggy posteriors.
We had our stuffie ER clinic last week, the casualties were high and two had severe recurrences and had to be let go. lol

Nevis said...

Ewww....and as pug owners...we've all preformed the ugly duty, no? Why do they eat the stuffing? I can't imagine it tastes good or has a nice texture. Weird little puggies. I don't get them sometimes...!

Sandra y Coco said...

Hi! I have to pull out hair almost every day! the painful part is when Coco is actually pulling my hair... seems that it keeps him busy while I sleep... Nice job, Holden!

Kristi said...


At least Salinger keeps them (relatively) alive for a short while. Bo has a poorly-crafted chewtoy opened and stuffing extracted in under 7 minutes. Why we continue to buy him toys is beyond me...