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Old 12-10-2012, 10:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I got Bella groomed about 10 days ago I put a top knot on her hair using the non pull bands and then a pink band ughh the groomer when she was done said i made the top knot too tight and Bella has a bump and a bruise where the top knot was OMG I feel awful!!mHas this happened to anyone else? She didnt act in pain and is acting totally normal I feel so bad
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't be hard on yourself. You didn't know and it didn't seem to bother her. She will be okay....nothing a little extra hugs, kisses and treats can't fix.
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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She'll be fine. If you didn't notice her pawing at it, it must of not bothered her. I apparently don't out mine in tight enough, as they are always losing them!!
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Don't worry she will be fine. I felt the same when I came from the groomer and daisy had ear infection!! She wasn't scratching her ears or anything. If the dog doesn't show symptoms then you can't know. I always know when Daisy's top knot is too tight as she immediately tries to get it out but if bella didn't do this you weren't to know. Don't feel bad it obviously isn't hurting her or you would know. As others Have said extra hugs cuddles and kisses will do the job
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Thanks guys! I feel so bad cause its taking forver to go away and she really hasnt pawed at it once though it feels awful!
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You didn't mean to do it. She is obviously fine she would be crying or whimpering if it hurt and not going near you. Honestly don't fret you know next time to not do it as tight. Don't feel bad
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