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Old 10-15-2013, 08:57 AM
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Last night Feist had taken Wesley's bone and hopped on his bed to chew it. After staring at her looking very disturbed for a bit, he picked up an empty soda bottle, played around with it some, and when he got her attention flung it in her general direction. Feist pounced onto the soda bottle, Wesley happily climbed on his bed to chew his bone. Smart boy.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:21 AM
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Taking Cynder to the vet today...she's still all drooly/coughing/hacking/lip licking. When I fed her last night she ate, but then vomited up all of the food an hour later, and she's been coughing up spittle almost nonstop. She's kept down water, though. She's still acting like her normal self, besides being a bit more touchy with Abrams than normal.

So vibes for the Daddy's Girl dog that it isn't anything serious? She got into the trash on Friday and Saturday (Friday was my bad, Saturday was because even after I fortified the trashcan she was still able to tip it over...so now she's gated in the bedroom when I'm gone), so there is a myriad of things she could have ingested that did something. Although why it took two or three days to show any symptoms, I'm not sure. There isn't anything she could have had recently that would make her nauseous...
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:38 AM
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Picking up Recon's third dose of Metronidazole today. -_-

Why can't the giardia just go away?
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Old 10-15-2013, 12:48 PM
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Choosing a registered name for Rider is hard work.

I know I want it to be "_______ Riding West"

I don't know what I want in front of it. Rimrock's doesn't work because it's technically a kennel name. Boo.
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Old 10-15-2013, 12:54 PM
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Hannah (my parents dog) is at the vet. She was all bloated (not bloat bloated, just bloated), panting but otherwise acting normal. Not pooping and when she does it was little bit of liquid.

I got a text from my sister who is there with her and they are doing XRays, they think she has fluid in her abdomen.

This dog has been with me since high school and is my dads life. It will crush him if it's bad. So, any vibes appreciated!
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Old 10-15-2013, 01:20 PM
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They still don't know what's causing it but her abdomen is full of fluid. They took blood work and we're calling back tonight to talk to them.

They said it could be a tumor that's leaking or other types of cancer, it could be the intestines leaking, it could be liver disease and so on. Lots of could be's, very few not bad. They said the vet didn't sound very optimistic.

My poor dad is beside himself. We all love this dog but she's his heart dog. His voice keeps breaking when he's talking about what the vet said.
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Old 10-15-2013, 01:22 PM
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They still don't know what's causing it but her abdomen is full of fluid. They took blood work and we're calling back tonight to talk to them.

They said it could be a tumor that's leaking or other types of cancer, it could be the intestines leaking, it could be liver disease and so on. Lots of could be's, very few not bad. They said the vet didn't sound very optimistic.

My poor dad is beside himself. We all love this dog but she's his heart dog. His voice keeps breaking when he's talking about what the vet said.
All the vibes.
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Old 10-15-2013, 01:28 PM
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I'm so sorry. Hope they can figure it out.
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Old 10-15-2013, 01:29 PM
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Choosing a registered name for Rider is hard work.

I know I want it to be "_______ Riding West"

I don't know what I want in front of it. Rimrock's doesn't work because it's technically a kennel name. Boo.
Can you do anything with your last name (forward or backward)? Anything you particularly like that might have a fun translation in another language?

This website: http://www.fionalake.com.au/other-in...ords/cow-words has a bunch of different words for cow in different languages.

I like a "kennel name" of sorts to make sure the dog won't be "Riding West VXII" or something like that.
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They still don't know what's causing it but her abdomen is full of fluid. They took blood work and we're calling back tonight to talk to them.

They said it could be a tumor that's leaking or other types of cancer, it could be the intestines leaking, it could be liver disease and so on. Lots of could be's, very few not bad. They said the vet didn't sound very optimistic.

My poor dad is beside himself. We all love this dog but she's his heart dog. His voice keeps breaking when he's talking about what the vet said.
I hope they can figure it out. Do you have any specialists locally to consult with that don't require a long wait?
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