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11/02/2018 at 3:11 pm #53910Moderator BarbModerator
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02/06/2020 at 3:59 pm #70923Kathy SimmsParticipant
I’m just practicing getting pictures posted, but if anyone wants to talk with Dee that would be great. she has been having some medical problems the last 3 or 4 months. I posted for Val to talk to her last month but she ran out of time and wasnt able to go into much detail just that yes I was right in what I thought. If anyone can tell me what happened to her, and how she is feeling that would be great. Last week she appeared to be doing much better and was even playing with Georgia and then she fell a couple times and that took us back a bit plus she has something going on with her vulva, sores breaking out on it. vet doesnt know what it is from He finally put her on antibiotics and it is getting
I have basically stopped doing rally with her for the time being and while we are still doing scent work, she does not seem to be as good as she was. Is it because she is in pain? She loves doing it, but seems to me on days when she is moving slower she has more trouble finding the scent. Or is it me? Is she finding it and I am just not getting her alerts? If anyone could just find that part out for me, that would be great!
Tha ks so much
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