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Worthless mutt
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Cindi    Posted 10-27-2004 at 20:21:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Well, Red Dog ate his cast off his leg a few days ago, and managed to get out the few stitches they put in, but he's putting weight on his leg, and it looks to be about healed. He was strutting away from me earlier and I happened to notice that he had a hitchhiker of the white and wiggling variety in his rear off loading chute so I dosed him up with a good dose of yellow wormer (hope nobody's eating).


He's been on an antibiotic for several days and he's acting like his old self. I let him out to see to nature and he dissappeared. Had to call and call before he came back, and he came back with the other two worthless mutts all out of breath. He was going hog hunting is what he was doing. Wonder how long before I can't keep him home at all.

See ya'll tomorrow.


Alias    Posted 10-27-2004 at 20:55:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
Cindi, Chawing the cast off is as natural as breathing to a dog. Perhaps you'll remember why folks say, he's off licking his wounds. Seems the good Lord gave some animals a built-in medicine cabinet in the form of a tongue.

By golly, if we could learn to like ourselves a little more, we might lick our selves back to health...gfp


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