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nadooshkinz

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  1. LOL! :lol: Now what exactly might you call that stunning breed? :D
  2. Kinda late on this, but I've been off dogo these last few days, ANYways, THANK DOG you're okay Tammy! Remember Dogo's here for you whenever you need us! :wink: Stay strong!
  3. That's so great! We really need more of that spirit these days :wink:
  4. Sorry to hear that JM :-? I think the vet will be able to determine what this is exactly, so until then fingers and paws crossed! Keep us posted :wink:
  5. LOL yeah it is Jess! Funny stuff :lol:
  6. Aww! Sorry to hear that AAP! Give Maggie hugs from all of us :angel: Keep us posted! :wink:
  7. I agree. I believe you should be completely and almost brutally honest with someone who wants do adopt a dog. That way they know exactly what they're taking in, which ensures that they know their responsibility to the full when they adopt. A dog's history can be extremely important to owners, and although it may seem crazy to not want a dog for certain reasons, but that all goes back to the adopter, so they're entitled to know everything. To echo Tammy, Honesty is the best policy. :wink:
  8. Don't worry, I'm sure it'll grow back. :wink: Clea had a bald spot from where the screw worm would was, and it stayed bare for quite a bit, but its slowly growing back now, although the fur looks darker, but I guess it's because she's double coated..
  9. I really don't understand these people's need to make everything miniature these days. Its like an entire race of paris hiltons. :evil:
  10. Yay! HF to the rescue! :D He's adorable, congrats!
  11. LOL!!!! :lol: I would LOVE to hear his explanation too! :rofl
  12. So sorry to hear this news Tx... Now I'm not a mother, but I know that if I did have kids, and was put in your situation, I would have the dog PTS. I know its hard, I've lived through this experience more than once, but it really is for the better! I don't think you want another woman's son to be bitten like yours was, so giving her up for adoption isn't really logical, IMPO. Of course getting a second opinion just to be sure won't hurt, but I think we know they're all going to say the same thing. It was extremely brave of you to be honest with the vet, showing the pictures and all... In the end, it IS you and your family's decision. Keep us posted! :wink:
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