Monday, July 11, 2011

Mack's First 6 Months

Tomorrow is the day- Mack is getting her lady parts removed. I feel for the little gal. She doesn't even know what's coming. All she knows is she got some extra food tonight- since she can't eat after 6pm- I figured she needed a little extra.  

Don't worry Mack- it's all for the best. We really do love ya! Here's a compilation of Mack's first 6 months in honor of the spay tomorrow. 


  1. Great video.they are such a cute pair. Hope all goes well tomorrow.

  2. good luck mack!!! hope your surgery goes well! i'm sure murph will give you lots of kisses to feel better!

    oliver and jack

  3. Mack you were such a cute, cute lil' puppy!

    Hope you have a speedy recovery, so you can get back to playing with Murph.

  4. We love your choice of music! You two are so precious! Murph you look just like me! (Minnie)

    good luck to Mack tomorrow, how fast they grow up!

    Drools and licks,
    Minnie and mack

  5. Mack, you make my mama turn to jello your so dang cute.
    This will probably get to you to late but it is info. you may or not have.
    There is a mutant gene that some of the herding dogs have called MDR1. If you have the gene you are hyper-sensitive to some drugs.
    Go to
    The U of W will do free testing for you and it can be done by mail with a swab. I have the gene and so do many of my herding friends.

    Hope tomorrow is a breeze for you!

  6. I am sure Mack will be fine. I will be sendin' her boxer puppy prayers tomorrow. Puleeze let us know how her is. :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

  7. Ohhh Mack, hope everything went well!!!! My sister Ebby doesn't have her girl parts either, and she is just fine without them!

    Hugs and Licks, Bruschi and Ebby

  8. Thanks, everyone. Mack is just resting. Everything went okay. Don't worry I'll keep an eye on her.

    - Murph