Tucker, while at anchor near Stone Island, Mazatlan. He does not let me get too far out of sight. This post was DOUG's idea not mine. He said it needed it's own posting. This was suppose to be Doug's dog. Something went terribly wrong. I'm not a phoofy white dog person!
Tucker is doing quite well. Pictured here on the dock in San Blas, Mexico, note all the stickers he has collected.
He received yet another rabies shot before entering Mexico and another vet check. Rabies shots are required yearly in Mexico and vet checks 3 days prior to travel. He faired well on our flight from SFO to PV even though the flight was very late leaving SFO. Nothing like getting through customs in Mexico with a dog who needs to pee! Forget the three suit cases of boat parts, the dog needs to pee!
I designed yet another potty system for him on the boat. We still use the original grass matt on the other side of the mast. This one has a catch basin. This is suppose to work in theory. He lifts his leg pretty much just avoiding the catch basin. Working on Rev "C" which might just be an old small plastic cheese container right under the whisker pole. I have to make sure that certain windows on the boat are closed before he "goes for a walk" up above since yellow liquid goes to the lowest point on the boat, which is right past the open window!
By the way he has now been trained to drop a duece on the matt. Nice one Tucker.
O.K. here it is, this is how I got Tucker on and off the boat when we were on the hard in the yard! I did this without laughing.. Not...
Phew! Made it. :-)