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Old 01-05-2013, 10:01 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I am sure if she did eat it that it will pass. There really is never a dull moment is there? Lisi sure keeps you on your toes..... I am sure she will be just fine but please keep us posted.
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Not yet Maggie---is that what I have to look forward to?
She is too small to open the cupboards, but she may learn to stand on the small ladder soon!
Yep! But, as Mary Palmer told me almost 4 years ago when I said I was a foster "failure" and was keeping Tessa, "I do so love her spirit!" Little did I know . . .

I feel the same way about Lisi - she has so much spirit and spunk, that how can you not love her???
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It is already after 5:00 PM here & no stool yet! We usually only have 2 per day, but I have been feeding her more today to hurry things along. She has been pretty quiet today & wanting to be held---no apparent pain yet.
Having almost lost a dog like this once yrs. ago I am on guard! I have continued to look as has DH, but it still is not evident what happened to it. Our place isn't large & pretty puppy proof so if were here I do think we might have discovered it already!
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Please try not to worry too much. Many years ago, many many years ago, I found a balloon in my baby's diaper. Lisi will be fine, and there IS a chance she didn't eat it.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:25 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Yep! But, as Mary Palmer told me almost 4 years ago when I said I was a foster "failure" and was keeping Tessa, "I do so love her spirit!" Little did I know . . .

I feel the same way about Lisi - she has so much spirit and spunk, that how can you not love her???

I really value that "spirit" in a pup! It takes them far and makes life wonderfully exciting for us! Maybe a bit too exciting but no less less wonderful!
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Oh Sandi I'm sorry your going through this. Praying it passes. Can you use the tiny bands so she can't get them out. I know the scrunchies are easy, but she may need the tiny bands for a time till she is older. I am not sure I would add a lot more food to her system, instead a few long walks might make her go quicker, does here. But what do I know.
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Oh, Sandi. Little Liesl sure likes to keep you on your toes. I still wonder if maybe she or Kitzi found a special hiding place. You could call it the "drive mom and dad crazy" spot. Hope you still find it or it comes out.

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Yep! But, as Mary Palmer told me almost 4 years ago when I said I was a foster "failure" and was keeping Tessa, "I do so love her spirit!" Little did I know . . .

I feel the same way about Lisi - she has so much spirit and spunk, that how can you not love her???
I always think of the Mary Tyler Moore show - when Lou was telling Mary, "You have spunk!! I HATE Spunk" I guess Tyler's a chill dog. If it isn't a tissue, he's not interested in it. He just never really was into picking up things he shouldn't and eating them. Although there was a pen or two early on.
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Lisi.... you're worrying your mommy again!

I hope she didn't swallow it. I use those with Grace and they seem to get stuck in the oddest places. She lost one while playing. A few weeks later my mom found it up in her fake plant... Grace must have done a one of her spin jumps or something and it flew off.

So hoping she doesn't have it. If she does... praying she passes it without problems.

Try not to feed her too much.... The overload in food could make her constipated LOL Even if you think they are foods to help her go... it might stop her up with the added calories. Especially if she doesn't drink that much more with it....
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I had a Golden eat an entire leash once, except for the handle, and I was in an absolute panic. I phoned my vet who said to give her a tablespoon or two of Vaseline to eat to lubricate things and it should eventually all slide right out. And it did! The next day she passed the Vaseline coated leash back out, bit by bit. You might ask your vet about this and get his/her opinion on trying it.
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I had a Golden eat an entire leash once, except for the handle, and I was in an absolute panic. I phoned my vet who said to give her a tablespoon or two of Vaseline to eat to lubricate things and it should eventually all slide right out. And it did! The next day she passed the Vaseline coated leash back out, bit by bit. You might ask your vet about this and get his/her opinion on trying it.
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Knowing my Lisi---she would eat the vaseline! Now, where in Greece can I find some on a Sunday---or a Monday for that matter?
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