Fiesta Friday #181

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  1. Jenny says:

    Oh, that sounds aweful! I am sure glad she is recovering!

  2. Lathiya says:

    Thank you so much for featuring Mango glad to be part of Fiesta Friday 😊

  3. nimmiafzal says:

    Oh really sad to hear about Skype. But thankfully she is fine now.
    I hope you all might be feeling happy and relieved now..
    Take care of her..
    Happy Fiesta Friday..

  4. CHCooks says:

    Gosh, it sounds super scary to hear about Skye.. glad she is feeling better.

    • Angie says:

      It was pretty scary. Especially when you start reading all the horror corncob stories online! Thanks goodness she’s alright 🙏 Thanks for cohosting, CH! 😘😘

  5. Oh no Angie, I am so sorry to hear Skye was sick but very happy she is doing better. Over the years I have also learned the hard way that you can’t be too careful when it comes to our fur kids. Hoping you have an awesome weekend and that Skye continues to heal. Pesky corn❤️❤️

  6. Poor Skye… and poor you. 🙁 Happy she’s feeling better. <3
    Thank you so much for the feature. 🙂 Hope you have a nice weekend!

  7. Monika says:

    So glad the corn story ended well. Skye sounds like a lab. Is she? I volunteer for guide dogs and there has been a lab in the house most of the time for the past 3 years, so I know about their silly habits of wanting to eat anything, and not just food. And thank you so much for featuring my egg nests:)

  8. Gina says:

    I’m counting blessings that Skye is okay! We had a miniature pinscher who stole chocolate whenever she could, taking us on a rough ride until we were sure it was all out.

    Thank you for another great FF!

  9. Poor baby girl, I’m so glad to hear that Skye is now okay xx

  10. So glad your dog is ok! Our neighbor’s dog ate a corn cob recently too. They had to give him medicine to induce vomiting, and it all turned out okay, but it was scary for awhile….those four-legged creatures are so precious! Thanks so much for including my salad in the features from last week! I’m so glad to be part of such a lovely group of bloggers. 🙂

    • Angie says:

      I don’t know why these dogs love corn cobs. Don’t they know they’re not good for them? I thought animals had instinct for this kind of things 🤔🤔 I guess when we domesticated them we also bred the instinct out of them. Thanks, Jenny! And that salad dressing is inspiring with the unique use of lavender in it. I have 5 lavender bushes!

    • Angie says:

      Oh Jenny, can you cohost sometimes?

  11. Jasmine S. says:

    I am so sorry to hear this, Angie! It’s so hard when a pet is sick, especially because you just want them to tell you what they’re feeling! And I had no idea that corn on the cob was that bad for dogs, so thank you for letting us know. One time our rescued hound dog snatched up 2 lbs. of raw chicken thighs from our kitchen counter when I wasn’t looking and I went into a full panic mode. Let’s just say that we needed to get a new rug and he spent a lot of time outdoors that week…

    I am glad to hear that she is feeling better and I’m sure she’s loving all the extra lovin’ and snuggles she is getting has been getting after such a rough go!

  12. petra08 says:

    I am so happy to hear Skye is well again! Poor thing! I love corn on the cob and will make sure I keep it well away from the dog!
    Great features and Happy FF! I hope you have a great weekend 🙂 x

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Petra. I was surprised how much Skye enjoyed that corn. She’s usually only interested in meat. I thought animals had the instinct to not eat anything that would make them sick. I thought wrong 😂😂

      • petra08 says:

        hi Angie
        My dog has the most sensitive system in the world and that doesn’t stop him at all!
        All you can do is look after them! 🙂 x

  13. Poor puppy. You feel so helpless when your pet is sick. Our pup had a horrible ear infection this week and I felt so sorry for him. I’m glad Skye is feeling better.
    As always, thanks for hosting,

    • Angie says:

      I know, right?! They can’t exactly tell you how they feel. I’m thankful Skye is better. No more corn for her! 😄😄 Have fun at the fiesta, Tracey!

  14. Sandhya says:

    That must have been so scary for you. So happy to hear that Skye is doing well now.

  15. So glad to hear Skye is ok Angie and thanks for the tip on corn and dogs being a watch out – very useful for me as we often cook it with two food loving fur babies around!

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Laura! And yes, definitely keep an eye on them when cooking corn; they actually seem to like the taste! I guess we all need to remind ourselves that they’re not humans and can’t handle certain foods the way we do. But sometimes it’s hard not to give in, right, when they look at you with their cute faces begging for food 😄

  16. My heart went to my throat when I heard about Skye. Thanks goodness she’s ok! A corn cob nearly did Gibson in two years ago, and the surgery was so difficult for him, especially, I think coz he was an older dog. I’m glad she was able to work it through.

    Since then, anything with bones (like my chicken wings) or corncobs goes straight out into the garage into the bin there. There’s so many dangers for dogs and things that you don’t think about until they happen.

    It’s so hard to be a dog mom sometimes – to have all that responsibility for a creature that adores you and knowing they can’t speak and tell you what’s wrong…and then constantly wondering if you’re doing the right thing. It sounds like you did exactly the right thing, here. Give Skye kisses for us from me and Chance. Homer (the cat) declines…:)

    • Angie says:

      It IS hard to be a dog mom. They can’t exactly tell you what they need, definitely can’t entertain themselves. It’s not like they can watch TV or skype their friends or go to the mall 😂
      My Skye wants attention from me and her dad 24/7, not so much from the kids, go figure. I’m constantly tripping over her; she’s always on my heels! She threw up again yesterday, but very tiny amount, probably my fault, I shared my waffles with her. No more human food! But she has the most irresistible face! Tell Homer Skye sends him wet kisses, lol.

      • 🙂 I buy a few minutes time here and there with the kong treat ball, another larger ball that I fill with dog food that sprinkles out treats when it’s rolled and a number of different things I can put peanut butter in. If Chance doesn’t outright destroy them, they keep him busy!!

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