Boji (More)

Many thanks to Mali Minter for sending in this write-up on Boji, Chet’s May Friend of the Month.
Boji is currently recovering from TPLO surgery. She is 4 years old. She has an older brother Quixote, whom I sent you a photo of way back when he was reading your book with my husband.
Quixote is 6 years old. They are true brother and sister, just from different litters. Their parents live about an hour away and have great humans.
Boji, when she is not on restrictions loves to run and play with her older brother making sure no perps are on our property. The perps around here are squirrels, rabbits and deer.
And birds, lots of birds.
Boji is almost tip-top and I am sure she and Chet would be best buds. She would enjoy sharing Slim Jims and racing around our property here in the mountains of West Virginia with Chet.


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4 Responses to “Boji (More)”

  1. Wose-The Small and Meek
    11:00 am on May 3rd, 2022


    Love both pictures! Get well soon, Boji!

    Create a good day!

  2. B. Stover
    12:25 pm on May 3rd, 2022

    “Making sure no perps are on our property.” Love it!

    Good day to all.

  3. mlaiuppa
    4:22 pm on May 3rd, 2022

    Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy. “When the cranial cruciate ligament is torn, surgical stabilization of the knee joint is often required, especially in larger or more active dogs. This surgery changes the angle and relationship of the femur and the tibia. The overall intent of the surgery is to reduce the amount that the tibia shifts forward during a stride. This is accomplished by making a semicircular cut through the top of the tibia, rotating the top of the tibia, and using a bone plate to allow the tibia to heal. This realignment of the surfaces within the stifle (knee) helps to provide stability during a stride and helps to reduce future joint inflammation and OA. By carefully adjusting the angle or slope of the top of the tibia, surgeons are able to replicate a more normal configuration of the knee joint and reduce mechanical stress.”

    Most dogs start walking within 24 hours and are fully healed in 10 weeks.

    Best wishes to our little Sunflower of the Month.

  4. BooBear’s Mom
    7:17 pm on May 3rd, 2022

    Sounds like Boji and her brother are very lucky pups! Love the sunflower cone of shame.

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