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Old 10-12-2013, 02:17 PM
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Zora ate one of those red with white spots mushrooms. You know the POINSONES ones that cause hallocenations. She's fine, but she had zoomies for most of the afternoon.
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Old 10-12-2013, 04:54 PM
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The last thing I wanted to do today, is come home from a walk with a bloody, scraped up dog. My idiot dog jumped through tall grass, landed on a drainage grate and scraped over big rocks. She's fine, just has a few minor scrapes and a bloody chin (nothing that requires stitches). We've gone to this park forever and she never has tried to do anything like this. I should have watched her better.. Just glad she didn't break a leg or anything like that.

Ugh. This weekend just sucks.
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Old 10-12-2013, 07:38 PM
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Ugh, definitely making an appt for Hannah with the asthma and allergy
Specialist soon. She is needing her inhaler daily, she is chronically clearing her throat and I believe she has allergic rhinitis as she has a constant runny/stuffy nose even when she is not sick.

Regular doc thinks she might need a
Controller med for her asthma and I agree. She shouldn't NEED her rescue inhaler daily... That is not well controlled. So she gave us a referral back to the specialist.

I will be calling on Monday to make an appt
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Old 10-13-2013, 02:04 AM
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The turn signal went out on my car. (I was eternally turning left) I found someone to figure out that the switch was broken. Because of what car I have, it was $208 for the part. Horrors. They fixed it today, though, sigh. Now, poorness until payday.

On the upside, precious Wheaton puppy at the shop. And, although the part was expensive, they charged a tiny amount to put it in. (significantly cheaper than the place who wanted to charge me $100 to even look to see if the switch was broken. I'd still have had to pay them to order the part, then pay them more to put it in)
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Old 10-13-2013, 08:56 AM
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The turn signal went out on my car. (I was eternally turning left) I found someone to figure out that the switch was broken. Because of what car I have, it was $208 for the part. Horrors. They fixed it today, though, sigh. Now, poorness until payday.

On the upside, precious Wheaton puppy at the shop. And, although the part was expensive, they charged a tiny amount to put it in. (significantly cheaper than the place who wanted to charge me $100 to even look to see if the switch was broken. I'd still have had to pay them to order the part, then pay them more to put it in)
in completely unrelated news, i must have more pictures of your poodle. NEED STANDARD POODLE FIX
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Dear youtube,
Uploading my videos and then refusing to process them is a real dick move.
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Old 10-13-2013, 03:33 PM
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Dear youtube,
Uploading my videos and then refusing to process them is a real dick move.
I HATE when that happens. -.- I once spent 2 HOURS uploading a video and then youtube tells me I'm not allowed to have a song on there. Seriously. 2 Hours. -.-

Ugh my vent. I always answer the questions now, because I'm so used to it. This time I forgot. I hate when that happens.
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Old 10-13-2013, 03:33 PM
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Zora ate one of those red with white spots mushrooms. You know the POINSONES ones that cause hallocenations. She's fine, but she had zoomies for most of the afternoon.
Fly agaric!

It's funny we saw 2 huge ones today too and were discussing what would happen if the dogs ate them lol
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Old 10-13-2013, 03:40 PM
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Fly agaric!

It's funny we saw 2 huge ones today too and were discussing what would happen if the dogs ate them lol
Dog gets zoomies (runs through horse dung) throughs themselves in cow dung, once leash jumps around and onto you, barks at crows and planes and just complety goes...weird. lol
She only ate half of one though, which is good since they are pretty bad if dogs eat a few of them at once. Thankfully she didn't throw up or anything, but she was feeling pretty woh is me later on.
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