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I have a nice long story about our newest puppy, getting his nuts cut off, Christmas, and one of the local neutering clinics basically being negligent in their practices. But it's all done and he's (almost) back to full health. I have pics on the tablet at home.

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I have a nice long story about our newest puppy, getting his nuts cut off, Christmas, and one of the local neutering clinics basically being negligent in their practices. But it's all done and he's (almost) back to full health. I have pics on the tablet at home.

I had that happen with my kitty.. ..they did a shitty job stitching her up and they split..her insides were coming out...

$500 later...I had her stitched up correctly

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$500 later...I had her stitched up correctly

This is why I have a no pet rule in my house. I'd rather spend $500 on gas for the pontoon boat I'm buying this spring.

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$2600 on 2nd degree burns...that was finally reimbursed.

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This is why I have a no pet rule in my house. I'd rather spend $500 on gas for the pontoon boat I'm buying this spring.

Her insides were coming out of her belly...c'mon now!!

y u have no heart!?

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Her insides were coming out of her belly...c'mon now!!

y u have no heart!?

God enough already

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it was a cat...it's a sign from above when it's cuts start falling out

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My bully, Jumbo. He was not pleased.

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Our 7 year old beagle Merlin and our 2 year old black dog Moose. Merlin's a spoiled mama's boy and Moose is a daddy's boy and the chillest dog I've ever met.

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Chief is my 2-year old best friend. We had a canine DNA test done and his grandparents were a Dobie and St. Bernard on one side and a Rottie and Husky on the other. He has one blue eye and one brown. He gets to run either the front or back nine of our golf course every morning and he weighs in at 100lbs.

This is Chief at 1 year old 3 days before Christmas 2011 after being run over and spit out the underside of a Chevy 1500 Silverado. He ran 1/4 mile after being run over, totally in shock and my wife found him in the woods, snatched him up and raced to our vet. The surgery in Greensboro installed a rod down the length of his femur, couple plates and 8 screws. There are about 43 staples down his leg. He was only about 50lbs when this happened and we had to keep him quiet and he couldn't run for 3 months before the rod was taken out. Today you could never know he was ever hurt and we own a wing of the Greensboro Veterinary Hospital. But he was worth every penny.

We don't have kids, so he's everything to me. There;s nothing better than coming home to see him every night after work.

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Crappy cell phone pics ftw!

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I love these dogs more than anything!

LolliPop on left and LilyBelle on right...... Lolli & Lily for short.

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