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Old 10-09-2013, 07:00 PM   #521
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Uckkkkkkkkkkkk!!! I was to spend a night with a friend when I was 10 years old. In the middle of the night, I became homesick and packed my sack and walked home. I walked into my parents' bedroom to let them know I was at home.

They were very certainly not sleeping in their bed.

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Old 10-09-2013, 07:03 PM   #522
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I still wonder if it's something with her mouth or teeth.
Several years ago we had a similar situation with one of our dogs. Turned out she had a piece of a chew bone wedged between her front teeth. The vet didn't find it, the neighbor kid did when he was looking in her mouth. We got a pair of tweezers, pulled it out and she wanted to eat anything and everything.

It's so awful when our furry kids aren't well - if only they could tell us where it hurts.
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Old 10-09-2013, 07:19 PM   #523
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Thanks. Yes, dried corn husks. But as dogs eat grass to calm a sick stomach and make them puke, we think she did this to self-medicate.

So she will get boiled leg quarters. And of course, white rice is what's rec’d, all I have is brown rice. Wish I'd looked at the recipes before DH returned from the grocer
Well that was what I figured about the corn husks. I was thinking more along the lines of a sock.

And what the heck does "rec’d" mean.
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Old 10-09-2013, 08:17 PM   #524
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And what the heck does "rec’d" mean.
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And Mrs.LMB, that's what I'm still wondering. We took a flashlight and looked in Beagle's mouth this morning, of course, she wasn't very cooperative, but I didn't see anything.
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Old 10-09-2013, 09:21 PM   #525
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We would have if Shreddy had gone in for the weekend.
When the cat's away the mice will play...
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Thanks Addie. He has to be at 10 or less or maybe it's less than 10.

When I asked, the vet tech said that no, he wasn't showing any signs of developing any super powers.

It's 'cuz you haven't bought him a cape...
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It's 'cuz you haven't bought him a cape...
I guess I better get him a cape.
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And Mrs.LMB, that's what I'm still wondering. We took a flashlight and looked in Beagle's mouth this morning, of course, she wasn't very cooperative, but I didn't see anything.

I hope Beagle is feeling better soon...
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If he asks for a tiara...worry!
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I hope Beagle is feeling better soon...
Thanks PF, she's the love of my life!

And she darn well better appreciate the 3 chicken hind quarters that I boiled the heck out of for her, not to mention the white rice!
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