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Dannyalcatraz

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Our blue merle BC grrrrrl had a good Christmas:

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Dannyalcatraz

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Well, our grrrrl had a vet visit today. She’s generally in good health, but she’s 11lbs heavier than the last time she was there.

The good news is that she hasn’t been a bad dog and we haven’t been over feeding her- the scale was malfunctioning the last time she was weighed. But she still lost weight like the vet wanted, and her current weight is actually pretty good given her age and stockier than average build for her breed. Vet said she could lose another couple of pounds, but if she doesn’t, it’s no big concern.
 













MoonSong

Rules-lawyering drama queen but not a munchkin
Here's the most recent addition to the family

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We want to raise him as a fully indoors dog. Though I have no experience doing so. The first dog was fully outdoors and the other was partially outdoors and later in life taught itself to be an indoors dog. Any tips on doing so?
 


MoonSong

Rules-lawyering drama queen but not a munchkin
Afraid I'm no help; mine have all been in-and-outdoor dogs.
In the end it didn't matter. I had to let the pup go to a better family which could give him a better life. He couldn't adapt to my lifestyle (which involves a lot of traveling) and deserved better. I'm sad, but happy for him...

At least I know he will be in a better place than where I found him. Some people are just too cruel to animals.
 

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