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Posted on: 9:23:26 AM 10/10/2008

Wow! Now I have heard everything. A pug and a lab? And the father is the lab no less....I am speechless. I would definitely love to see pictur...

Posted on: 11:17:21 PM 10/9/2008

I have a sneaking suspicion that this post is not for real....just a hunch tho.

Posted on: 12:48:13 PM 10/3/2008

My sincere condolences Funnygal. I too am sorry to hear the rotten outcome of your situation. Big (((HUGS))) to you.

Posted on: 9:26:48 AM 10/2/2008

O funnygal, I was tearing up reading your post. I am so sorry for your situation. I don't really have any advice to give, just my sympathies. Trust your heart and you will know what is the right decision for your dog. Y...

Posted on: 3:13:40 PM 9/26/2008

My condolences to you for you loss.

Posted on: 3:10:28 PM 9/26/2008

I wonder why he has decided on amputation? Are the lumps cancerous? Do they pose a potential life threatening affect if they spread? It seems to me that if this dog has had these for her whole life and she is 8, and in ...

Posted on: 10:59:32 AM 9/12/2008

You know, I tend to agree with DobeMom on this one. I think it is perfectly reasonable to allow my 2 year old to make important decisions about our pets. Actually, I think you should go ahead and breed your Doberman now an...

Posted on: 9:08:04 PM 9/10/2008

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Posted on: 10:23:16 AM 9/10/2008

Thanks, I would really like to see that article if you can! (And sorry to the OP for the hijack!)

Posted on: 10:37:54 PM 9/9/2008

Good story. I am glad you found a way to deal with her condition. Congrats!

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