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FiveRoooooers

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About FiveRoooooers

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    Greyaholic
  • Birthday January 10

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    http://www.olddoghaven.org

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Camp Greyhound CT
  • Interests
    Greyhounds; Senior Dogs; Hiking; Biking; definitely KNOT FaceBook (KNOT me anyway ;) )

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    Jan

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  1. Seamie is always cooking to welcome new friends. Rocket will help show your boy around. I am so sorry that it was Walter's time. Every so often a dog digs deeper into a heart than anyone could ever believe possible. Walter will send you a sign, I am quite certain of that.
  2. Sounds very encouraging! Let us know how Phog is doing!
  3. Mai frens are heer! Mai frens are heer! Best.Photo.Ever!
  4. Just his name alone tells us so much about your beautiful boy, what a great one - Wagmore Barkless (Wags)! I am so sorry for your loss You are in good company here. I lost hound #16, Bea, in July to DM, her body simply wore out. Some hounds take bigger chunks of our hearts than others but nonetheless, it never ever gets easier to say "see you later" - they are each one a part of our families and each has their own place in our heart. A friend once said to me that missing someone is a way of keeping them with us, even when they are not. I hope in time that you will be able to find some co
  5. How many times a day is recommended? Are they given every day? A few times a week? How many days’ worth of carrots can be prepared and refrigerated at once? TIA!
  6. We've used Nexgard for several years on all of the campers. Ticks can be hard to spot on brindles! But on the White Boys - prior to Nexgard the multiple ticks were easy to spot and pick off after our walks - after starting them on Nexgard, no ticks whatsoever. Using a lint roller can help peel off any hangers-on before your doggo comes back into the house.
  7. It's dark now at 5:15 am. Campers have their first turnout, mom goes with, flashlight in hand. Everyone returns indoors, breakfasts (theirs) are dished up and mom's coffee is waiting to be poured as soon as the campers return from their immediately-after-breakfast turnout. And then you can't help but notice it, sigh, the distinctive invasion of PoopFoot Coffee has knot yet been poured Thanks Aiden 1-4, even with so few toes remaining you managed to land and drag in a big one.
  8. Elebben iz hebben Happy 11th birthday to the beeyootimus Sweep <--sans chips lol Momo
  9. Thank you. But have to ask, why so many? SubaROOs are 'sposed to last a very long time. Granted, I have at least a decade on ya and I'm just getting started I really hope it's going to be the last ride we ever need to buy.
  10. When Bea broke a front foot toe we tried splinting and/or wrapping it and being the brood she was, she was having none of either of those attempts. We left it alone and while that toe healed flat, it did heal, and the old girl wasn't bothered by it.
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