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Old 05-16-2012, 09:39 PM   #2301
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I had a 6 month old little boy this morning...
Ouch! We didn't even know you were PG at your age.
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Old 05-16-2012, 09:40 PM   #2302
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Ouch! We didn't even know you were PG at your age.
I know shocked me all to heck, too!
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Old 05-16-2012, 09:44 PM   #2303
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I know shocked me all to heck, too!
Not to mention Shrek's response!
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Old 05-16-2012, 09:46 PM   #2304
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Not to mention Shrek's response!
He's been wanting a dachshund...

I'm just sorry I didn't get pics...I'll have to bug his Mama to bring him back to work.
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Old 05-16-2012, 10:32 PM   #2305
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That's a good idea, CWS! One of their blankets or beds they like out on the porch may do it, Babe! I'm so sorry, they've gone off and hope they come home soon.
Years ago, my DH's German Shep took off after a rabbit. The DH left articles of his clothing on every road crossing/in every field for about a 3-mile radius. He also put flyers in the mail boxes (this was rural) and went door-to-door asking for sightings. It took about 3-5 days, but he did find the dog--where? curled up on one of his articles of clothing in a field.
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Old 05-16-2012, 10:48 PM   #2306
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Years ago, my DH's German Shep took off after a rabbit. The DH left articles of his clothing on every road crossing/in every field for about a 3-mile radius. He also put flyers in the mail boxes (this was rural) and went door-to-door asking for sightings. It took about 3-5 days, but he did find the dog--where? curled up on one of his articles of clothing in a field.
Many years ago, we had a neighbor watch our 2 cockapoo mutts while we went on vacation. The son let them out, they took off, and they were gone for many weeks. We searched in the snow, put out fliers, ads, contacted the radio, newspapers, etc. The male was found by a coyote hunter we happened to know, 3 weeks later, denning in the snow. The female straggled back 2 months later, just before we were going to shut the garage door after offering food, as the coons were eating it. She was emaciated and filthy, but she made it home! If only dogs could talk.
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Many years ago, we had a neighbor watch our 2 cockapoo mutts while we went on vacation. The son let them out, they took off, and they were gone for many weeks. We searched in the snow, put out fliers, ads, contacted the radio, newspapers, etc. The male was found by a coyote hunter we happened to know, 3 weeks later, denning in the snow. The female straggled back 2 months later, just before we were going to shut the garage door after offering food, as the coons were eating it. She was emaciated and filthy, but she made it home! If only dogs could talk.
+1 There's always hope!
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We always hear stories of how an animal walked thousands of miles to get back home.
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My grandma fell in her driveway and broke her hip today :( poor grandma... I am so sad.
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Old 05-17-2012, 09:33 PM   #2310
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My grandma fell in her driveway and broke her hip today :( poor grandma... I am so sad.
Oh no! How old is your grandma? I how she did it while roller skating...
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