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47 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

Chilling at the vet with my pup that has diarrhea. She's had a mild upset tummy the last couple of days and was doing better yesterday, but today I woke up to a mess both inside and outside her cage. 

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They're doing blood work and x-ray's. Other than the tummy issues, she seems normal. She did have a seizure, but she's extremely prone to that every time she goes to the vet. She hasn't had one since May. 

 

Very sad!  

Sick dog... sick cat... sick MIL.  How are you are your wife feeling?

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34 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

Chilling at the vet with my pup that has diarrhea. She's had a mild upset tummy the last couple of days and was doing better yesterday, but today I woke up to a mess both inside and outside her cage. 

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They're doing blood work and x-ray's. Other than the tummy issues, she seems normal. She did have a seizure, but she's extremely prone to that every time she goes to the vet. She hasn't had one since May. 

 

My Corgis this time of year are susceptible to intestinal problems that began few years back with intestinal hemorrhaging, suspect they found a poisoned animal carcass in the back yard to augment their carefully managed diet, both survived and one was minutes away from expiring according to the veterinary hospital (the cost for treatment would have been a no expense spared Pebble Beach golf weekend).  This year they added vegetable to their palet as grass appeared in throw-up so now they wear muzzles going outside and they are limited to licking things.  You might want to make sure she doesn't add to her diet when she goes outside in the yard. 

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4 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

Chilling at the vet with my pup that has diarrhea. She's had a mild upset tummy the last couple of days and was doing better yesterday, but today I woke up to a mess both inside and outside her cage. 

They're doing blood work and x-ray's. Other than the tummy issues, she seems normal. She did have a seizure, but she's extremely prone to that every time she goes to the vet. She hasn't had one since May. 

 

Hope she feels better quickly...

Our's has gone through that twice and nothing was found either time.  She is only 12 lbs so there is not a lot of spare lb's and it can get serious quickly.  She was put on a bland rice and chicken diet for a few days and came out of it fine.  Did you know the cans of chicken from BJ's are cheaper than some vet sensitive diet dog food?!?!?!   😮 

 

She goes nuts for that chicken and I'll swear if she gets sick again its on purpose just so she gets to eat that instead of her regular food!   😄

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Thanks everyone for the kind words. She's home and the doctor didn't find anything on her blood, stool, or in the x-ray. The vet was suspecting pancreatitis, but nothing was showing up. I'm curious if we might have tracked on some ice melt and she ate a few pellets of that. I have no idea.

She's doing good, now. She's pretty wore out from the seizure and I don't imagine she slept too good last night. They put her on an antibiotic, anti-nausea, and a probiotic. They also gave us some GI food. Hopefully she's on the mend. 

As for me and the wife @Kenny B, nothing wrong with us, just dealing with lots of stress. 

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52 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

Thanks everyone for the kind words. She's home and the doctor didn't find anything on her blood, stool, or in the x-ray. The vet was suspecting pancreatitis, but nothing was showing up. I'm curious if we might have tracked on some ice melt and she ate a few pellets of that. I have no idea.

She's doing good, now. She's pretty wore out from the seizure and I don't imagine she slept too good last night. They put her on an antibiotic, anti-nausea, and a probiotic. They also gave us some GI food. Hopefully she's on the mend. 

As for me and the wife @Kenny B, nothing wrong with us, just dealing with lots of stress. 

I hear a long walk pushing a cart is great for relieving stress.  😉

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25 minutes ago, Kenny B said:

I hear a long walk pushing a cart is great for relieving stress.  😉

Elizabeth Conquistador, I'm hoping that's in the cards for Friday or Saturday. 

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9 hours ago, Kenny B said:

Aussie crab grabs golfer's clubs...

 

 

They didn't seem too upset the thing clipped his driver shaft in two!   😱

Maybe he is a member of CHA and saw it as an opportunity for another purchase! 👍

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9 hours ago, Kenny B said:

Come to Australia, you might accidently get killed!
 

 

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14 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

Thanks everyone for the kind words. She's home and the doctor didn't find anything on her blood, stool, or in the x-ray. The vet was suspecting pancreatitis, but nothing was showing up. I'm curious if we might have tracked on some ice melt and she ate a few pellets of that. I have no idea.

She's doing good, now. She's pretty wore out from the seizure and I don't imagine she slept too good last night. They put her on an antibiotic, anti-nausea, and a probiotic. They also gave us some GI food. Hopefully she's on the mend. 

As for me and the wife @Kenny B, nothing wrong with us, just dealing with lots of stress. 

All the best on all fronts Jason!

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11 hours ago, Kenny B said:

At least it was a Burner driver and it was probably time for an upgrade. 

But that does make me want crab legs. 

39 minutes ago, fixyurdivot said:

All the best on all fronts Jason!

Thanks Bill! She's still pretty tired this morning, I think the meds and seizure wore her out. 

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3 hours ago, MattF said:

Come to Australia, you might accidently get killed!
 

 

  When I 'm there visiting my daughter I usually run around barefoot.  Cane Toads only really come out at night or when raining, Brown snakes like dark quiet places, and the occasional Python only wants rodents.  Spiders stay near their nests, and Fruit Bats only like fruit.  So I feel quiet safe.  Oh, Did I mention the Crocs?   Not too worried about the freshies.  What am I missing Matt?   Dingo's and Roos stay away from people for the most part.

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  When I 'm there visiting my daughter I usually run around barefoot.  Cane Toads only really come out at night or when raining, Brown snakes like dark quiet places, and the occasional Python only wants rodents.  Spiders stay near their nests, and Fruit Bats only like fruit.  So I feel quiet safe.  Oh, Did I mention the Crocs?   Not too worried about the freshies.  What am I missing Matt?   Dingo's and Roos stay away from people for the most part.

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15 hours ago, Kenny B said:

I saw that over on FB in one of the golf groups---- I can tell you if that had happened to me we would have had a crab boil that night

 

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I saw that over on FB in one of the golf groups---- I can tell you if that had happened to me we would have had a crab boil that night

 

Got that right 👍

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2 hours ago, kardboard.kid said:

  When I 'm there visiting my daughter I usually run around barefoot.  Cane Toads only really come out at night or when raining, Brown snakes like dark quiet places, and the occasional Python only wants rodents.  Spiders stay near their nests, and Fruit Bats only like fruit.  So I feel quiet safe.  Oh, Did I mention the Crocs?   Not too worried about the freshies.  What am I missing Matt?   Dingo's and Roos stay away from people for the most part.

Around here in coastal SC we have gators. Most of them if you leave them alone they will leave you alone. Snakes we have our usual amounts with the Cottonmouth moccasin being the most prominent. We also have copperheads and they come out at dark. I killed one 2 years ago around dusk out by the shop with a 1 iron no joke. One of my buds came by the next day and I showed him. He quipped well you used to be pretty good with a 1 iron.

Another problem we are starting to experience here is Coyotes--- They have shown up just up the road from us in Surfside Beach. They had gotten to be a problem in the doggie walk park. I think the city hired the round up guys there to exterminate them after they attacked and killed several small dogs. Supposedly a couple have been spotted in the Park we live in--- When we walk the dogs either one of us we are armed ( both of us have CWP permits) . I know back when I was working I have seen them in Myrtle Beach proper around the Airport going to work at like 3 AM. 

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5 minutes ago, BIG STU said:

Around here in coastal SC we have gators. Most of them if you leave them alone they will leave you alone. Snakes we have our usual amounts with the Cottonmouth moccasin being the most prominent. We also have copperheads and they come out at dark. I killed one 2 years ago around dusk out by the shop with a 1 iron no joke. One of my buds came by the next day and I showed him. He quipped well you used to be pretty good with a 1 iron.

Another problem we are starting to experience here is Coyotes--- They have shown up just up the road from us in Surfside Beach. They had gotten to be a problem in the doggie walk park. I think the city hired the round up guys there to exterminate them after they attacked and killed several small dogs. Supposedly a couple have been spotted in the Park we live in--- When we walk the dogs either one of us we are armed ( both of us have CWP permits) . I know back when I was working I have seen them in Myrtle Beach proper around the Airport going to work at like 3 AM. 

Coyotes appeared this year on my course in the southeast corner of the City of Buffalo next to the suburb of West Seneca.  Nearby residents hear them at night and their activity catching deer and dogs have gone missing.  At only 3 miles away (and with sightings not far away in the neighborhoods) I keep an eye on my Corgis letting them out especially at night with all the spotlights on, specifically for that reason and I won't let one inside without the other with them, often standing on the deck as over-watch, safety in numbers as a perceived pack and all that.

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Coyotes appeared this year on my course in the southeast corner of the City of Buffalo next to the suburb of West Seneca.  Nearby residents hear them at night and their activity catching deer and dogs have gone missing.  At only 3 miles away (and with sightings not far away in the neighborhoods) I keep an eye on my Corgis letting them out especially at night with all the spotlights on, specifically for that reason and I won't let one inside without the other with them, often standing on the deck as over-watch, safety in numbers as a perceived pack and all that.

Our little man the 12 year old terrier mix gets up with me around 4 AM every morning and wants to go out. So I gear him up in his harness and out we go but just in our yard. But trust me I am armed---- Tank the big guy the Frenchie he gets up with the wife about 8 AM and usually either the wife or I walk him. And yep she carries her Lady Smith. Hate to be that way but I am not taking any chances--- 2 years ago our other little terrier was attacked by a pit bull that knocked my wife down. Supposedly they are not allowed in the park but it is not enforced. Our Terrier later died. We sued the owner and won but he hauled butt to Florida. And now sadly since this is a transient area we are getting our share of trash here. Two nights ago some guy broke into someones house up in Surfside weilding an ax. He ended up not finding who he was looking for and took an ax to the cat which thankfully survived. The cops are looking for him. I know several of the county cops and they told us to be careful which we are. I told one if he came around here  I would call 911 after the fact and if I called no rush just bring the coroner and the clipboard

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55 minutes ago, BIG STU said:

Our little man the 12 year old terrier mix gets up with me around 4 AM every morning and wants to go out. So I gear him up in his harness and out we go but just in our yard. But trust me I am armed---- Tank the big guy the Frenchie he gets up with the wife about 8 AM and usually either the wife or I walk him. And yep she carries her Lady Smith. Hate to be that way but I am not taking any chances--- 2 years ago our other little terrier was attacked by a pit bull that knocked my wife down. Supposedly they are not allowed in the park but it is not enforced. Our Terrier later died. We sued the owner and won but he hauled butt to Florida. And now sadly since this is a transient area we are getting our share of trash here. Two nights ago some guy broke into someones house up in Surfside weilding an ax. He ended up not finding who he was looking for and took an ax to the cat which thankfully survived. The cops are looking for him. I know several of the county cops and they told us to be careful which we are. I told one if he came around here  I would call 911 after the fact and if I called no rush just bring the coroner and the clipboard

Currently, a hunting license is required to take coyotes, although other requirements, including bag limits, are next to nonexistent. Coyote hunting is legal pretty much year-round.  Also Ohio is Open Carry. 🙂

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