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Hi Rob I am so sorry, but finally he's at home at least.. Finger crossed for a smooth recovery , I am glad the situation is more promising!!!
Hi i'm glad to hear Keba is home and things dont seem as bad as you first thought, i know what it is like to worry about a dogs health, they rearly are stronger then we think (",)
Just watch those collars. The forget they are wearing it, come up behind you and wam, down you go, so beware. The other problem I found was that they jarred themselves because they are wider than they would normally be and going through gaps can cause injury mainly because they don't slow down!. Also his brother will be wary because it hurts when the collar makes contact. You'll manage though and the outcome will be 100%.
Glad to hear the outcome looks positive, Rob. I love the photo, too - he looks like he's about to put you through your paces, though. "Bring me food, slave! Now water! Now entertain me!"
Great to hear that and hope he's fit and well soon.
Too right, first class service NOW!!!!
I agree with the others Rob, Do Not give that dog a bell...ring ring!!! Lol. Sorry to hear about the accident and from a nurse's point of view, (and with our wet, muddy Ohio weather), I'd try putting a plastic bag over splint with a sock over that when going out to potty. You may already be doing that. Good Luck :)
Ps....I didn't mean to "favorite" this sad post, I'm on my kindle and my finger bumps them! Grrrrr ........