That was our Roscoe. He was actually blind for the last 5 years of his life and was very hard of hearing toward the end. BUT.......he could sniff out a tennis ball anywhere in the house, and if I whistled the Meaty Bone song, he was there as fast as the others!
Sorry to hear Goob is becoming bedridden. I guess the old warrior needs his rest. The seniors really are so special, aren't they? And they learn to adapt quite well to the changes that aging puts them through.
I'm sorry that Goober is becoming restricted to his bed.
Our seniors are so special, and it's hard to watch them slow down. Dusty and I were just commenting a couple of days ago how slowly Misty moves. She could run like the wind in her younger days, and it was like watching poetry in motion.
The Bagel says to tell Goober to get up and get out of bed and move dem bones. A serious note, the more Goober moves around the better he will feel and the longer he will be with you. Hoping for the best for all senior beagles.
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