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Old 04-23-2013, 10:05 PM   #10361
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I'm the proud owner of one stoned dog. Still under the influence of the anesthesia.She's so happy to be home. Sleeping in her bed right next to me. Until I get up, then she follows me into the kitchen looking for some munchies...

Around here those fox tails are weeds. No matter what you do they blow everywhere. When fully matured dried out they replant where ever they want.
It's impossible to keep them out. They stick to you like glue.

Sophie is a we think Poodle.. Not sure, she's a stray that I rescued off the streets when she was a pup. 23Lbs now, small, fluffy.Has eyes like a cat. Always changing colors. Yellow one minute, dark the next, Purple nose, small mouth, tiny razor sharp teeth. Hops like a bunny.

That nifty visit was a total of $369.63. I'm thankful that I was home to catch that she was hurting. Lucky for her I don't have a life.

Here's some picks of what the vet took out.

Rt Nostril.. we just caught it. That had to hurt. It's close to 2" long.




What they took out of her ears that we had no idea they had been there a while. Grossing me out..




One stoned Puppy! She was panting like she was laughing. BIG smiles.
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:30 PM   #10362
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:36 PM   #10363
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I'm the proud owner of one stoned dog. Still under the influence of the anesthesia.She's so happy to be home. Sleeping in her bed right next to me. Until I get up, then she follows me into the kitchen looking for some munchies...

Around here those fox tails are weeds. No matter what you do they blow everywhere. When fully matured dried out they replant where ever they want.
It's impossible to keep them out. They stick to you like glue.

Sophie is a we think Poodle.. Not sure, she's a stray that I rescued off the streets when she was a pup. 23Lbs now, small, fluffy.Has eyes like a cat. Always changing colors. Yellow one minute, dark the next, Purple nose, small mouth, tiny razor sharp teeth. Hops like a bunny.

That nifty visit was a total of $369.63. I'm thankful that I was home to catch that she was hurting. Lucky for her I don't have a life.

Here's some picks of what the vet took out.

Rt Nostril.. we just caught it. That had to hurt. It's close to 2" long.



What they took out of her ears that we had no idea they had been there a while. Grossing me out..



One stoned Puppy! She was panting like she was laughing. BIG smiles.
So glad Sophie's OK! Geez, how expensive, Munky!

We always keep Beagle on a leash, can't trust her on her own. Too busy hunting wabbits.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:10 PM   #10364
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Glad Sophie is doing better.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:23 PM   #10365
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So pleased that Sophie feels better, she is a lovely looking dog
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:21 AM   #10366
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I'm the proud owner of one stoned dog. Still under the influence of the anesthesia.She's so happy to be home. Sleeping in her bed right next to me. Until I get up, then she follows me into the kitchen looking for some munchies...

Around here those fox tails are weeds. No matter what you do they blow everywhere. When fully matured dried out they replant where ever they want.
It's impossible to keep them out. They stick to you like glue.

Sophie is a we think Poodle.. Not sure, she's a stray that I rescued off the streets when she was a pup. 23Lbs now, small, fluffy.Has eyes like a cat. Always changing colors. Yellow one minute, dark the next, Purple nose, small mouth, tiny razor sharp teeth. Hops like a bunny.

That nifty visit was a total of $369.63. I'm thankful that I was home to catch that she was hurting. Lucky for her I don't have a life.

Here's some picks of what the vet took out.

Rt Nostril.. we just caught it. That had to hurt. It's close to 2" long.




What they took out of her ears that we had no idea they had been there a while. Grossing me out..




One stoned Puppy! She was panting like she was laughing. BIG smiles.
That poor baby. She looks more maltese than poodle. But it is her weight that kind of throws me. Maltese shouldn't be more than ten pounds. Did you think to ask the vet? I am so glad she is home and happy. And one for Sophie.
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:05 AM   #10367
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I got my hands of Martha Stewart's May issue of Living magazine. So I sat down and went through it page by page. Up to the pages around 129 it was all advertising. A short ariticle on the right side page with a (cont.) and a full page ad on the left. Even when I reached page 129 it was still a lot of ads and the continuation of the articles started in the front part of the magazine. A most difficult magazine to read. Thank heavens the magazine was free. The only thing in the whole magazine that was worth the effort was a $1.00 off on Turkey Hill ice cream. There was an article on nautical knot typing. I would like to have read the whole thing and not just look at the pictures. But for the life of me I couldn't find the written part.

And to think there are actually "Martha wannabes" out there. A scary world.
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Cute dog. And nasty stuff they took out of her. She must be feeling 100% better now.
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I got my hands of Martha Stewart's May issue of Living magazine. So I sat down and went through it page by page. Up to the pages around 129 it was all advertising. A short ariticle on the right side page with a (cont.) and a full page ad on the left. Even when I reached page 129 it was still a lot of ads and the continuation of the articles started in the front part of the magazine. A most difficult magazine to read. Thank heavens the magazine was free. The only thing in the whole magazine that was worth the effort was a $1.00 off on Turkey Hill ice cream. There was an article on nautical knot typing. I would like to have read the whole thing and not just look at the pictures. But for the life of me I couldn't find the written part.

And to think there are actually "Martha wannabes" out there. A scary world.
I'm cynical enough to say, "What were expecting?"
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I got my hands of Martha Stewart's May issue of Living magazine. So I sat down and went through it page by page. Up to the pages around 129 it was all advertising. A short ariticle on the right side page with a (cont.) and a full page ad on the left. Even when I reached page 129 it was still a lot of ads and the continuation of the articles started in the front part of the magazine. A most difficult magazine to read. Thank heavens the magazine was free. The only thing in the whole magazine that was worth the effort was a $1.00 off on Turkey Hill ice cream. There was an article on nautical knot typing. I would like to have read the whole thing and not just look at the pictures. But for the life of me I couldn't find the written part.

And to think there are actually "Martha wannabes" out there. A scary world.

I stopped buying food mags for that very reason. 90% of the content is advertising and that doesn't count the "Special Advertising Sections". You have to hunt for actual content.
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