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Monday, November 24, 2008

a little bit of this, a little bit of that

I saw Saw 5 (do not read the spoiler if you intend on seeing the film) last night. You would have thought after I saw The Strangers, I would have steered far away from scary movies for awhile, right?! The Strangers was more mind fuck than anything else. There's very little physical violence and the little that there is, you don't even see it actually happen, just the strain of what's occurring on the actors' faces. In the Saw series, you don't have to have seen any of the movies to know that there's a lot of gore but what a huge disappointment! It was actually the first Saw movie I saw in the theater and definitely my least favorite of the whole series in my opinion. Totally didn't live up to the hype it was given prior to its release. Most of it was flashbacks and there were several questions left unanswered so there will definitely be a sixth film. I think Saw is now in the running with the Rocky films for the most sequels!

I took Schwartz to the vet's today. So get this one...he's now off the Clariten because his skin problem is not due to allergies. The balding has gotten worse since he started the Clariten. It's most likely due to an overactive thyroid condition. Despite the fact that he's been on a diet and has not eaten as much food or treats as in the past, he's gained ten pounds! The doctor drew some blood and we'll have some answers by Wednesday. If it comes back as a thyroid condition, Schwartz will be on put on thyroid meds for the rest of his life! Fuckin' A, it's always something with him!

But that's not all! Oh no, why would that be it?! For the last five days, he's been favoring his left ear. Shaking his head, scratching at his ear, etc.. I inspected his ear the other day, cleaned it out and it didn't look red to me but lo-and-behold, he has an ear infection. So now he's on steroids to help with the itch and ear drops every twelve hours. Forget poor Schwartz! My poor bank account!

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Giggle Pixie said...

Oh, poor Schwartz!

(Opps! Sorry!)

Wouldn't it be an underactive thyroid tho, if he's gaining weight and losing hair? At least that's what happened to me when my thyroid was dying off. I even lost my eyebrows! But maybe it's the opposite with dogs?

November 24, 2008 at 6:08 PM  
Blogger Tug said...

Aw, poor Schwartzie...switching one med for another. And then adding one... ;-)

He found a good mama, he's a lucky dog.

November 24, 2008 at 8:02 PM  
OpenID honeywine said...

The Saw series just gets worse and worse, IMHO. I was pretty sick of it by Saw III.

November 25, 2008 at 4:41 PM  
Blogger Samantha said...

I've never enjoyed any of the Saw sequels, the first was amazing but the rest just deterioted into a totally gore fest for me. Not something I like watching tbh!

November 26, 2008 at 2:42 PM  

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