Jack's in need of some well wishes

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby spammie » Wed Aug 26, 2009 5:59 am

Hugs from Missouri :hug:

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby freakfingers12 » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:16 am

Oh Jack, I am glad you pulled through this. I hope your life gets better. It is just bad luck, really. Its not your fault or your BF's fault.

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Stormi » Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:55 pm

Thank you all. He was doing much better towards the end of yesterday. Moving around ok, playing with toys... not entirely back to his normal self but feeling much better I'm sure due to the pain meds. He's not yet pooped since we came home from the vet which is a little disconcerning, but he also didn't eat Monday night or Tuesday until afternoon, so I figure I'll give him till the end of today before I get really worried about it. We've been feeding him soft, gooey food as suggested by the vet to hopefully push whatever is in there out. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that by the end of today he'll have passed everything and be back to his typical wiggley self.

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby BabyReba » Wed Aug 26, 2009 1:04 pm

glad to hear that he seems to be feeling better. hope he's back on track soon. poor guy!

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Stormi » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:02 pm

We have poop!! Complete with the post-poop rooster dance!! I think I almost have a normal dog again!

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Amie » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:15 pm

Yay, POOP!
:nana: (I'm starting to think we need dancing poops instead of bananas for all the poop cheers we do 'round here) :nana:

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Leslie H » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:21 pm

I second the dancing poops. I'm glad to hear he's on the mend, poor guy.

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby pblove » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:46 pm

Stormi wrote:We have poop!! Complete with the post-poop rooster dance!! I think I almost have a normal dog again!

:nana:
rooster dance, good one! lol
I don't pick up the poop when out walking my dogs until I see the 'rooster dance', then I know for sure they are finished

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby love-a-bull » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:42 pm

what a poor baby! Cami caught the business end of a coon not too long ago, but he looks much worse. Give him a scratch behind the ears for us!

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Deniselynn » Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:39 pm

Amie wrote:Yay, POOP!
:nana: (I'm starting to think we need dancing poops instead of bananas for all the poop cheers we do 'round here) :nana:



Amie, I found a dancing banana holding the sign "POOP" but when I downloaded it, it didn't dance. :(

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby spammie » Thu Aug 27, 2009 5:41 pm

Glad Jack is on the mend.
Never underestimate the importance of poop.

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby PaigeJ » Thu Aug 27, 2009 7:34 pm

Yaaaaaay Poop!!!

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Deniselynn wrote:
Amie wrote:Yay, POOP!
:nana: (I'm starting to think we need dancing poops instead of bananas for all the poop cheers we do 'round here) :nana:



Amie, I found a dancing banana holding the sign "POOP" but when I downloaded it, it didn't dance. :(


Found it! Maybe I have too much time on my hands when I'm seriously googling for poop icons...just maybe...

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby spammie » Fri Aug 28, 2009 6:13 am

PaigeJ wrote:Yaaaaaay Poop!!!

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Deniselynn wrote:
Amie wrote:Yay, POOP!
:nana: (I'm starting to think we need dancing poops instead of bananas for all the poop cheers we do 'round here) :nana:



Amie, I found a dancing banana holding the sign "POOP" but when I downloaded it, it didn't dance. :(


Found it! Maybe I have too much time on my hands when I'm seriously googling for poop icons...just maybe...


I can't believe you found a happy poop dancer!
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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby DannyNyce » Sat Aug 29, 2009 11:15 pm

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haaaaaaa. i was doing the dancing poop earlier today after prince pooped solid after having the runs for a few days. i guess it must've been the fact that we have another dog in the house and he was stressing it.

...glad to hear jack is doing well

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Re: Jack's in need of some well wishes

Postby Beowulf » Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:12 pm

Poor Jack! I'm so glad he's okay.


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