Well, that's what I had in my poop, the vet said. They look at it really really closely - kinda like, we dogs do when we're smelling stuff on the street I bet. In any case, Dr. Lee said there was lots of clostridium in there so then she gave me a shot in my back (I didn't even feel it but I know Joan paid $22 for it) - penicillin. Now she's giving me more pills in the morning but I'm glad to say that I'm almost all better! Joan is really happy too. I feel SO much better to not have to go out every 3 hours.
Today Joan got this thing out of a box and brought it to the backyard and starting blowing leaves around. It was like a windstorm. I always ended up being in front it, and Joan had to yell at me to move out of the way. Then later on, Joan used the same thing to suck all the leaves up and into a bag. It was like magic. Personally, I don't mind leaves at all - they are nice and soft.
Our neighbor dog, Luna, should really be called Loco.
She spends all her time barking her head off at Joan and me. I just saunter around minding my own business and all I hear is: ruff, ruff ruff. Joan sprayed Luna with the water hose and that shut her up for a few minutes. That was funny! I think she is a show-off - she just wants to be boss - when she isn't. And/Or she doesn't get walked so she has lots of energy to burn (that is more the reason, I think). As for that, Joan and I went running yesterday and on a long walk today after she did all that blowing so I'm just fine.