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Glad to hear the dogs are going to be ok.
 
Posts: 1333 | Location: Northern Virginia/Buggs Island, Boydton Va. | Registered: July 13, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Liable never to get them outside again. Stopped by the Vet's. All three were on their backs, legs stuck straight up, asleep.
 
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I'm glad it most likely wasn't a deliberate act, but some ignorant, lazy, stupid person cost everybody a couple thousand dollars in vet bills, plus anxiety over their suffering.

Any chance the deputy found anything pointing to who dumped the rancid meat?


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I'm glad it most likely wasn't a deliberate act, but some ignorant, lazy, stupid person cost everybody a couple thousand dollars in vet bills, plus anxiety over their suffering.

Any chance the deputy found anything pointing to who dumped the rancid meat?


The students took a detailed listing of what meat was found. They have the name of the butcher. The young people are all over this. If the person isn't found, it won't be from a lack of trying.
 
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Dogs appear to be on the mend. Vet said the mini wiener dog "was too damn mean to die". They will stay for a couple of days until everything works thru their system.


Thank goodness ! ! !

Please hug them all from us, when they get home, and give the mini Doxie a big kiss from me Big Grin

She is just making sure to stick around for your grandson Wink




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ulsterman

Would you email me?

I do not have your email address.

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Dogs appear to be on the mend. Vet said the mini wiener dog "was too damn mean to die". They will stay for a couple of days until everything works thru their system.


Thank goodness ! ! !

Please hug them all from us, when they get home, and give the mini Doxie a big kiss from me Big Grin

She is just making sure to stick around for your grandson Wink


No doubt those two belong together.
 
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Someone was generous and sent a donation, thank you.

Our vet does a lot of pro bono work. I've seen him give shots in exchange for an oil change. Or paint the roof of his barn, etc.

The money will buy dog food and toys for the families of those dogs who need the help.
 
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I am so glad things are looking good for your hounds. That was an impressive effort by everyone involved--glad you have that kind of support where you are.
 
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I am so glad things are looking good for your hounds. That was an impressive effort by everyone involved--glad you have that kind of support where you are.


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Glad your dogs are doing better and you found the source of the problem.

I had a dog the got into chicken bones that the people working on my neighbor's house had thrown onto my property. As part of the process, the vet x-rayed my dog and found a BB lodged under his skin. I suspect it was the shithead kid used to live next to a property we own. He had admitted shooting up a door on our shed to a Sheriff's Deputy. Fortunately for him, they had moved away before the BB was found in my dog.
 
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Been an interesting day.

Local forensics class came out for a real life event. The searched the area and put evidence flags down on anything that looked interesting.

They started finding pieces of paper and meat in the creek along the back edge of the property. We called the neighbors and got permission to go onto their property to search further up stream. That lead to another property. They found a small chest freezer that someone had pushed off the road into a culvert. Full of rancid meat. Best bet is that it was stolen.



I have another theory. Freezer took a dump, owner faced with a full load of bad meat and a freezer that he would have to pay to get rid of (refrigerant reclamation) took the whole Enchilada for a ride in the country. Somebody needs to test the freezer's operation. If no bueno the LEO's can cite the owner (if found) for illegal dumping and you and the neighbors may be able to bring suit for damages.

"Stolen" freezer seems to be an unlikely scenario to me anyway.


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This was a freezer full of Ribeyes, T-Bones, brisket, etc.
 
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Glad everything worked out. It's kind of neat that the students were able to use it as a forensic case and get results. I'm super happy your dogs are ok. Lastly...

Where are pictures of said dogs? Smile
 
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Saw a photo of the mini weiner dog once. Still don't know her name, but know that she can take on 'yotes and make 'em think twice.




Frank

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…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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We had a client who had 3 weenies. Lived out in the sticks, and the 'yotes decided to pick a straggler out and make off with her as a quick dinner. The client unfortunately witnessed the dog get picked up and carried off, at least 2 coyotes in sight as they entered the woods.

Later that night I get a call, the pet shows up at the back door, puncture wounds, all torn to heck, mandible fracture, but alive. They are tough.


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Weiner dogs are no joke. Dated a woman who had 2 of them and they gave the squirrels and any other uninvited living thing that dared enter the yard or the trees above.

And they are crafty, working as a team to drive pray to the other in hiding.
 
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God bless 'em!



Oh, and always be armed when walking your dogs.




Frank

Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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At our old house, and back when we had our two mini's Bud & Wendy, they would chase the neighbors Boxer our of our yard.

It was the funniest thing to see.

But I guess anything that would willingly go into a badgers hole and face down a badger in its own environment has to be tough.
 
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"the meaning of life, is to give life meaning" I could explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
 
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