; Praise The Lord bro, that is magnificent!!! Get some footage of that and post it on YouTube!!! Totally beautiful. See her forward stance? I would take that as an 'Alert' stance. Meaning, that she's on alert to insure that 'that' camera don't hurt the baby. Ears up/forward, chest slightly off the couch on her Rt. side, and her leaning forward.... All 'cues' as to her thought process.
; Pools ar great ideas, just make sure to empty the water so misquitos don't get a chance to lay their eggs in there. A good tip on keeping the water cool is to get emptied cans of vegetables, or milk jugs, fill 'em water and freeze 'em. When they're froze just drop 'em in the water. I lso do this for their water bucket.
Onother thing. Unless there is warmth and redness around those bumps you're speaking of, I would not waste the money on a vet. It's likely just tissue balling up as it heals. Try some Neosporin or triple antibiotic GEL...not cream. Cream stays on top longer where as the gel absorbes faster.
In most cases like you're describing regarding the bumps, if there's redness [combined] with warmth, they will prescribe an antibiotic ond squueze out the puss. You can save a Vet bill by doing that stuff yourself. CLean the area with Peroxide, place a [warm-just about hot] wash cloth on the area to loosen the areas tissue, and then slowly gently work te area with casually increased in pressure pinches where there is white showing. Increase the pressure and length of time in increments of every 3 seconds, and at end of 30 secondes, if there's nothing coming out, there is nothing that will come out. Try again in like 8-12 hrs. If nothing oozes out, then there's absolutely nothing to worry about. If it does ooze infection, don't panic. Get out as much as will come out, apply Neosporin (4x's daily), and let the ol gal go. She'll be fine.
My methods are more conscientious (time consuming) than a vets would be, but just as effective. And a lot cheaper by far!!!
Bign; He still is a good man if he's in your heart and made a positive impact in you life...through you he lives on!