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24 June 2009 @ 10:46 am
 

Had a Darcyanna scare today. when she and Bebo came in from the back yard this morning, Darcy was drooling like the faucet. I checked the back yard for what she could have eaten and found an ancient 'Spray'n'Wash' stick and about had a heart attack. One vet visit later, it looks like she's going to be fine, but I still feel like locking her in a box and never letting her out again.

I do have some photos of her and Bebo's fun day out at Beluga point!

Bebo and Darcy working together to find every muddy place they could because Mom forgot to bring a towel to clean their paws.

She claims this rock in the name of Darcyanna-dom!

And, of course, every intrepid explorer needs a close-up. 

 
 
 
Kourtneylout_rampage on June 24th, 2009 08:56 pm (UTC)
I'm glad she's okay. My grandmother's Bostons ate rat poison a couple of weeks ago. We were all shitting bricks. Luckily they didn't eat enough to hurt them. It didn't even slow them down! I'm always worried about my boys getting into something.
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SMGriffinsmgriffin on June 28th, 2009 02:51 am (UTC)
Nope, when we adopted her from her previous owners, they gave us all her papers. However, there is inbreeding on her mother's side, so we decided it was best just to spay her. She's prefectly healthy so far, but it was irresponsible of the breeder to use the same stud that often.
(Anonymous) on July 1st, 2009 01:40 am (UTC)
Drooling
Your dogs are so cute! Just to let you know.... clover, especially when it has a small white flower blooming on it can cause drooling if eaten by an animal (horses & dogs). I have two horses and they love clover and of course they drool for a while.

I am glad that your doggie is okay. It probably was the stick you found and taking them to the vet is always good!