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  1. Amy@GoPetFriendly
    September 14, 2011 @ 3:09 am

    Wow! What a frightening day for you and Jack. I’m so glad that he’s recovering. Your description of your experiences with Jack remind me a lot of our years with Buster, the German Shepherd we took in off the street three years ago. We’ve had a few scares ourselves – as most pet owners have – and I know how gut-wrenching it is. Sometimes I guess we need a reminder of how fragile we are.

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  2. Kristy
    September 14, 2011 @ 3:54 am

    Hi, Amy…it sure was! But it sounds like you’ve had as much fun with Buster as we have with Jack. I have to say that life is much easier now that he’s stopped eating everything in sight. We used to worry if we would have to take him in for surgery to remove some obstruction in his stomach!

    We wound up with Shadow, after she wandered away from home. A woman who worked at the pound knew the owners, and knew they were trying to find a home for her because they had to move. Fortunately that home was with us. (and we’re not even going to discuss the stray cats around here, lol, I have a zoo!)

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    February 3, 2012 @ 12:26 am

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