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So glad to hear he recovered and is back to normal. It's tough when our 4 legged family members are sick...they can't communicate when they are sick or hurt.
Dominic, thank you for sharing part of your brood! I don't know how I missed them when you originally posted them! I think it's great that you are able to to follow a dream and your heart to do what you truly want to do :)
Thanks Paula and Steph. He recovered from the surgery quickly, and figured out how to use the cone as a battering ram. >_< He's back to normal now and his eyes are much easier to see. :)
Thanks. That is only a fraction of what I have. I lost my job a couple of years ago and I decided to retire on disability. So now I have the time to do what I have always done, but in a bigger way, is to rescue. I am a foster parent for pug rescue and have six of my own. I also have 3 cats, 2 goats, 2 prairie dogs, 12 guinea pigs, 3 sulcata tortoises, fish, canaries, finches, keets, cockatiels, 1 cockatoo, 3 conures, doves, pigeons, quail, roosters, chickens, guinea fowl, peafowl, ducks, and frogs. Most are rescues.
Great collection for us to look at Dominic.....thanks!
Just wanted to share some of the family.
Sorry to hear about Tornado's surgery and that he has to wear the cone. I have rottweilers and in the past we've had to use the cone. the poor things practically had to be led around so they didn't continuously run into walls and doorways.
I received a catalog from "In the Company of Dogs" and they have a collar that helps keep pets from scratching or licking wounds. Here is the link in case you want to check it out :)
Torpedo, my family's shar-pei, had to have eye lid surgery today. Thanks to modern science, he is ok and now resting. Praise FSM! He isn't liking the cone though... :(
Wee iz guud buddeez......
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