Animal hospital

I spent the morning working as a vet in the animal hospital at the Portland Children's Museum.

I spent the morning working as a vet in the animal hospital at the Portland Children’s Museum.

I listened to the dogs' hearts and looked in their eyes and ears and gave them all injections.

I listened to the dogs’ hearts and looked in their eyes and ears and gave them all injections.

I looked at all their x-rays on the light box.  I had to phone a friend for help with some of the diagnosis.

Their x-rays on the light box were interesting. I had to phone a friend for help with some of the diagnosis.

I had a very capable assistant, but some of the dogs were bigger than him.

I had a very capable assistant, but some of the dogs were bigger than him.

Then onto the supermarket to pick up some groceries.

Then onto the supermarket exhibit to pick up some groceries.

Which I dumped in front of Rafa to make space for something much more important.

Which I dumped in front of Rafa to make space for something much more important.

Rafa was disappointed that everything tasted so plasticky.

Rafa was disappointed that everything tasted so plasticky.

We were at Portland Children’s Museum where we learn through play.

By Dr Ana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses to “Animal hospital”

  1. Abuela Says:

    What cool fun to listen to and look at what goes on inside animals!

  2. Janet Says:

    Love the Children’s Museum.. looks like it was lots of fun.. Love Ana Lucia’s hair pulled to one side!!! I laughed about the word “plasticky”… I looooooove your blogs!!!! Muahhhh

  3. Iggy Says:

    Wow! Were you allowed to bring any of those animals home? Not to keep, just to look after until they were better.

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