Now you're gonna buy from a PUPPYMILLER???
> cremation services. First thing, I knew the vet only slightly, I just
> to this town and transferred to his office. Took both dogs in for their
> checkups a couple of months , but HE was not there, an associate looked
> after the girls. I am friends with his head honcho
> calling about a "sick dog", probably from experience dealing with the
> average panicky dog owner.(on a holiday weekend to boot) My friend told
> him, oh no, when Perry says it's important, it's important. He
> that treatment could've started sooner, but doubts that it would have done
> any good. My friend said the Gorilla Glue "ate up her insides". I did
> ask for details. Considering the dog was actively vomiting *** at the
> end, I'm sure it destroyed everything it came in contact with throughout
> gastrointestinal tract.
> If you have a dog that's a chewer, by all means pick up the toxic stuff.
> Anything and everything.
> This jar of glue had been in the same accessible place for the last month.
> So, who knows what made her go for it? I know, in my house, and shop I
> lots of things that need attention.
> I miss my Maggie. She was a special treat.
> Thank you all for your kind words and thoughts.
> I stopped on my way home at the lady's house who owns Maggie parents.
> a combination that she breeds often and regular. I guess you could call
> a neighborhood small scale puppy mill. The lady is on fixed income and
> puppy money is a boost. Anyway they are the Rat/Boston mix, like Maggie
> I loved her combination. I am in line for the next litter, pick of the