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|05-10-2014 02:22 PM|
|pyratemom||Glad the little one is okay. Pyrate did that to me when he was a pup. He came running around the corner by our tiki hut and crashed his shoulder into the upright post. He yelped like he broke his leg. I got there fast and laid him down to check out his shoulder and leg. He calmed down and stopped crying almost immediately after that. I checked everything out, petted him, and let him get up. There was no limp or anything. He just went on back to playing. I think it scared him more than anything. Not to mention scaring me!|
|05-10-2014 01:32 PM|
|Shade||Yikes, I'm glad he's ok.|
|05-10-2014 11:32 AM|
|petite||I'm sure your heart stopped but I'm glad he's okay! I've yet to hear my puppy scream but I hope I won't have to.|
|05-09-2014 08:45 PM|
|njk||So glad your pup is okay but oh, the screaming is the worst isn't it our pup was playing with my sister's pup, an English mastiff who is a bit bigger than she, and I think her pup landed badly on mine during a bounce because ours started screaming this horrible scream and had her leg curled up. We thought instantly it was broken or dislocated. She ran/hopped straight to my partner and he instinctively felt and massaged it. It took her a minute to calm down and then she wanted to go back and play but we put an end to their game. She only had a very slight limp and was her happy self but we did get her checked over by the vet. She felt and stretched it out and said it was just a strain. It took awhile for my partner to let my sister's pup over again, and he still isn't happy about it lol I will never forget the screaming but horrible noise|
|05-09-2014 06:09 PM|
Yes, glad to hear nothing is wrong and you looked after your little Tazmanian devil.
My first 2 GSDs taught me...for a big tough looking dog with all this reputation....they sure cry at times for basically nothing.... However, my current GSD is the polar opposite...so, the upside of my latest greatest pooch since she isn't a crybaby is...if she ever does pull up lame or yelps...it needs to be dealt with most likely.
I wonder if there is any connection to the fact that my first two GSDs were ASLs and were crybabies versus my current WGSL which has a pain threshold of which I have never experienced before in shepherds?.....most likely a cowinky dinky.
|05-09-2014 06:06 PM|
that would have scared me too, I"m a worrier.
BUT! My puppy was/is made of steel. I can count on one hand the number of times I have heard her yelp in the last year and a half. One time my fiance stepped on her tail when she was going down the stairs and she slipped and tumbled down 5-6 of them and got up like nothing ever happened.
|05-09-2014 06:02 PM|
Glad he is ok. They are fearless! He's adorable
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|05-09-2014 05:10 PM|
|LittleJaws||and I'm really (not in a bad way) glad this has happened to others. I felt terrible that I let him get hurt. But I suppose you can't keep them from everything. Thanks guys(:|
|05-09-2014 05:07 PM|
|LittleJaws||Thank you! If he could type, he would telling everyone how unfair his mom is being. (;|
|05-09-2014 05:04 PM|
|wyoung2153||Makes me think of my girl when we had her.. she scared me half to death when she did the EXACT same thing!! Then quit limping and was all pouty the rest of the day. Same situation entirely. Glad he is ok. It's always a scary moment as a mom (of any kind) when they go over the edge, literally. cute little guy you got here|
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