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That's what dogs are for


LOL true but they dont like coffee grounds.

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That's weird.


Not if you think about it. She wasnt feeling any pain, she was with a 20 yr old and she brought him to mama .  

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Im not liking what I am seeing on pup. I will get a pic.  BB

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He came in from school today and in less then 5 min. he had coffee grounds spilled on the bar. His med. (powdered) on the sink, clean towels and floor.  I just got the broom and put it in his hands.   He has a pr. of socks in almost every room in the house.   Ya, kids are messy.  Try one just learning to eat.

That's what dogs are for

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That's weird.


Not if you think about it. She wasnt feeling any pain, she was with a 20 yr old and she brought him to mama .  


is she "shopping"  for a replacement man   ???

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As to the dog  it could be the red area is irritated from the scab/crust where they butchered him   I would try maybe a little triple antibiotic  the same as you use on your self  if you want.

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That's weird.


Not if you think about it. She wasnt feeling any pain, she was with a 20 yr old and she brought him to mama .  

OR was the  20 yr old for you for Christmas???   Did you unwrap him  :gig

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OR was the  20 yr old for you for Christmas???   Did you unwrap him  :gig


LOL not hardly. I think she was showing off a little.    That on the pup isnt where they burned him. thats lower down.  I dont know what it is unless he is licking it after I put him to bed..

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OR was the  20 yr old for you for Christmas???   Did you unwrap him  :gig


LOL not hardly. I think she was showing off a little.    That on the pup isnt where they burned him. thats lower down.  I dont know what it is unless he is licking it after I put him to bed..

I realize that about the pup but depending on how he sits/lays/runs  the scab could be rubbing there.    LIKE if you have a sore on you chest and your "girls"  rubbed on it. 

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