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COLD DARK ROOM

CarolM

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My wife was at Walmart 2 days ago waiting in line for the store to open.
The essential aisles were roped off at each end. They had staff to give you your items. All the essentials were one item only. Also had local police in the store. Rose said with it being so orderly the line went quick.
Sounds like a fantastic way to do it.
 

Cathie G

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I took a picture but it doesn’t capture the glow or the hidden images because of the flash. I can only show the regular part... I was really disappointed because it looks super cool!
Take the flash off...and Joe got up this morning, got dressed and was interested in painting. He usually doesn't do dogs but somehow became inspired...and is working on it.
 

EllieMay

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So I have some good news... I have a 10 yr old Chocolate lab (Reeses) that developed a cancerous mammary tumor. When I took her to the vet, it was very depressing because they didn’t think she would survive the surgery to remove the cancer. Her tumor was too “vascular”... She didn’t have any sick symptoms other than the tumor so we decided not to do anything.. Yesterday, I was playing with her and when I got to looking her over I noticed that her tumor had grown so much that it was going to ulcerate or bust through her skin. So off to the vet we went... I just couldn’t put her down so we made the decision to try the surgery with less than favorable odds... I brought a Cancer free dog home today:). It is a miracle that she is here. They had to cut her from chest to lady part so she has a LONG recovery but now she has years left! I have the graphic surgical pic but I’ll just show you a less disturbing one.. God is good folks!
 

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Maro2Bear

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So I have some good news... I have a 10 yr old Chocolate lab (Reeses) that developed a cancerous mammary tumor. When I took her to the vet, it was very depressing because they didn’t think she would survive the surgery to remove the cancer. Her tumor was too “vascular”... She didn’t have any sick symptoms other than the tumor so we decided not to do anything.. Yesterday, I was playing with her and when I got to looking her over I noticed that her tumor had grown so much that it was going to ulcerate or bust through her skin. So off to the vet we went... I just couldn’t put her down so we made the decision to try the surgery with less than favorable odds... I brought a Cancer free dog home today:). It is a miracle that she is here. They had to cut her from chest to lady part so she has a LONG recovery but now she has years left! I have the graphic surgical pic but I’ll just show you a less disturbing one.. God is good folks!
Yeah for Reeses & you & family! Great news, we all need some.
 

Cathie G

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So I have some good news... I have a 10 yr old Chocolate lab (Reeses) that developed a cancerous mammary tumor. When I took her to the vet, it was very depressing because they didn’t think she would survive the surgery to remove the cancer. Her tumor was too “vascular”... She didn’t have any sick symptoms other than the tumor so we decided not to do anything.. Yesterday, I was playing with her and when I got to looking her over I noticed that her tumor had grown so much that it was going to ulcerate or bust through her skin. So off to the vet we went... I just couldn’t put her down so we made the decision to try the surgery with less than favorable odds... I brought a Cancer free dog home today:). It is a miracle that she is here. They had to cut her from chest to lady part so she has a LONG recovery but now she has years left! I have the graphic surgical pic but I’ll just show you a less disturbing one.. God is good folks!
That's so nice...
 

Blackdog1714

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And on another fun note, Cinders first Kayaking adventure:))

she loved it!!! Only fell in once 😂😂😂
Did you tie a rope to your boat anchor? I met a couple years ago that we’re riding bikes cross country with their French Bulldog in a tow behind. He said when the dog would shift his sleeping position it would almost knock the bike over!
 

EllieMay

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Did you tie a rope to your boat anchor? I met a couple years ago that we’re riding bikes cross country with their French Bulldog in a tow behind. He said when the dog would shift his sleeping position it would almost knock the bike over!
Lol!!! I have a tow rope for my son when he gets tired of paddling on his own.. I was a little nervous trying to lift Cinder back in though... lifting 40lbs into the kayak in the middle of the lake was a bit disturbing 😂😂😂
 
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