Post # 1
So we adopted our dog, Chase, from the SPCA back in the beginning of November. When we adopted him, they didn’t neuter him because only one of his “boys” had dropped. They released him on the promise that we would return with him in a few weeks to get him fixed whether it dropped or not. So I took him yesterday.
When I picked him up… I had never seen a dog so sad looking in my life! He has a lampshade on his head for 7-10 days… he cant bathe for a month… no playing with the other neighbor puppies! This poor baby!!!
Post # 3
the lampshades crap me up. It makes it so much worse! They know they look silly and get so depressed. Here is my baby when he hurt his leg.
Post # 4
I know, they’re so sad looking! Mine literally ATE it off his head while we were at church! lol
Post # 5
Awhhh 🙁 poor pups! I can’t find the picture I have of hannah with her cone-head. Just picture “sad lab face” with a big red cone. haha 🙁
Post # 6
My poor Beau looked the same way. The vet told me no running, jumping, playing or anything. Yeah right. I tried to keep him still, it was a no go. Good luck & I hope he feels better soon!
Post # 7
lol the cones! I decorated my dogs one with stickers after he got his balls chopped off. My fiance got so mad he was like ‘you took away his balls and now…STICKERS. I felt bad for the dog geez..he needed some color and happiness.
Post # 8
Awww, the cones are the worst! Hoping he is back to himself soon!!
Post # 9
Poor wittle guy. Hugs to him and all pets who have to endure the darn lampshade.
Post # 10
Hehe, poor puppy. the vet said my pup woke up with her tail wagging after being fixed. what a goof. but she was not wagging her tail when they put the shade on!
Post # 11
after being fixed my vet told us that our dog would probably be a little slow moving and down. She opened the door for him to come out and he RAN out and jumped all over and was super excited! I was like: Um, you sure you did it?!
Post # 12
Poor baby! These pictures crack me up though. 🙂
Post # 13
Ha ha our baby still looks happy as ever! This cone was supposed to keep him from eating his bandaged tail when he got “happy tail syndrome”. Basically an open wound from wagging his tail too much and hitting his crate.
The funny part is that his tail is so long that he just laid on the floor and could still reach his tail. Thats when we learned they can’t chew thru duct tape:)
Post # 14
Aww poor baby!
I love that we can all do the half-laugh, half-awwww when we see this. Two of my 3 puggies had cancer (mast cells) that were removed successfully. Dixie’s was right on her butthole (sorry, but yea) so she didn’t have to have a cone since it was out of reach. But Sophie’s was on her face…
We called it the “Cone of Hate!” LOL! Poor girl was SO unhappy. We took it off her for eating and walks (she couldn’t walk with it on.) It was HILARIOUS seeing her try to jump onto the couch! And once I forgot to take it off before feeding her… poor girl she was trying REALLY hard to get to the bowl! I laughed until I cried but felt horrible at the same time!
Post # 16
Haha OMG, I don’t have a picture but my poor baby had this blue one with flowers all over it. I had to take her to the jobsite to see Fiance and my brother and all the guys were dying laughing. I was told that she couldn’t play or go out for 10 days. Since she is a border collie there was no way I could do that so I would take the cone off when she was on her leash and I could take her for walks to get her tired.