Oddly enough no worms but a poop load of fleas. I may need to bomb my house now.caped dog wrote:that is ridiculously cool. its fun to be a biggie sometimes, huh? And HUGE praise for doing the neuters before the placement now it is done you don't even have to worry about the "what ifs" . I bet they had a hefty population of intestinal parasites, no?
You ROCK. M
I'm thinking about contracting myself out. 718 Dog Recovery. Like a pit bull bounty hunter.......I so need help!texas pit stop wrote:Nasek, when I grow up I want to be just like you!
Steph-n-Wolf wrote:I am sure that I will be flamed for this, but I say contact the guy in the paper and if he checks out, by all means give binjie the friggin' home he deserves... sure beats being lunch!
The male today went to his new home (why are puppies so easy to get placed) a Mona is enjoying chasing Gator around. You'd think it would be the other way around. So everything is looking up for these two. I may have to go get the brindle he just got. It's been cold here at nights so we'll wait and see. I really wish the Humane Society would do something about this guy.barbponys wrote:You ROCK Nasek.
That's soo cool. I'm glad you did it. Really good looking pup too.
If you can get that little dog, and the person checks out? Absolutely get him a good home. The present owner doesn't deserve to have that poor little dog.
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