After we got them calmed down, we were finally able to make a dash for the front door to get them in the building!
Weights done; King needs to lose a little [ he's a food thief ], and Jack needs to gain a little [ he gets jilted out of food ].
Jack thinks if he can hide under the chair no one will see him.
He won't even look me in the eye.
Poor boy is scared.
King is scared too, but instead of hiding, he wants to sit in my lap!
Sorry boy you are too heavy, not to mention your breath!
The Vet [doctor] came in to give the boys their shots and look into their ears but they were too "feisty" so they took them one-by-one to the dreaded...back room, where dogs who nip, get wrangled down by two or three people to keep them in place.
When the doctor came back with King, he pulled down the metal table and set a paper-towel with something quite interesting on top, as if presenting a gift.
It was a darn FOXTAIL that was the culprit of King's head shaking!
We have a lot of these weeds, they can reek havoc on animals ears. King must have been going crazy with that deep in his ear canal.
Glad that was over for him.
As for Jack, he was Foxtail free! He didn't have an ear infection either.
He was trying to trick me for attention!