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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Ahhh, agree with you there.
    There was a lovely carpet snake that lived in the paddock. Unbeknown to me, my younger son used to go to it's habitat and watch it.
    He loved that snake and I was so happy it was living here.
    One day we saw it run over and someone then decorated our paddock fence with it.

    We were all FUMING! It was so very sad.
    What wankers...............
    People really are idots, Carpets snakes actully keep the others away & get rid of mice & rats so why would anyone but a knob head do such a thing.
    Your poor son..............& snake as well.............
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    Hi Sharoo,

    Good to hear Kimba is on the mend.
    Yes she looks she does not like the food...poor thing!
    So smart with the snake! amazing...

    My two boys were alerting me (means barking non stop) when they saw a huge lizard in the backyard. (They did not attack the lizard) I hope they do the same thing when they spot a snake
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    How did you know she had bladder stones?
    Sorry, I meant she was still her usual self but She started to have blood in her urine, I took her to the vets who did tests/xrays and saw a lump in her bladder that looked like a tumour. They told us to think about our options, I didnt care even if it was a horrible tumour i still would have done what we could do they decided to operate and see what it was and if it could be removed.
    They were clumped all together to look like a solid mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharoo View Post
    Sorry, I meant she was still her usual self but She started to have blood in her urine, I took her to the vets who did tests/xrays and saw a lump in her bladder that looked like a tumour. They told us to think about our options, I didnt care even if it was a horrible tumour i still would have done what we could do they decided to operate and see what it was and if it could be removed.
    They were clumped all together to look like a solid mass.
    That's so lucky! I may have missed it, but is she usually such a picky eater? She looks so sad in that picture lol

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    She isn't a picky eater, shes just not a fan of the new bland diet..
    Pic update.. was playing around with a black sheet and 3 uncooperative models..lol

    Isn't she cute? lol




    I don't even know what this look it..




    Maybe a nice one of the 3 girls lying together? Not when the lil one tastes so good..lol


    2 out of 3 closest I got to a nice pic..lol

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    stunning pics, thanks for sharing.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    My yard is usually a snake free zone...when my cats feel like it...lol! the dogs don't 'cos they are too important, not that the cats are not important

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovefluke
    My yard is usually a snake free zone...when my cats feel like it...
    =/ sigh...

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