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Old 01-31-2014, 07:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tonight she is filled with regret.....

I guess this is why she was quiet for a minute.... I literally cannot turn my back for a second!Tonight she is filled with regret.....-imageuploadedbypg-free1391213591.184852.jpg


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Old 01-31-2014, 07:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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OMG, put her in a crate immediately or leash her to something so that she can not move too much. Her tummy is huge and she may be at risk of bloat.

My current female did the same thing when she was under 1 and I kept for quiet and still for hours - she also did not get fed the next day.

Please keep her quiet and still, otherwise bloat may set in
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Awww, look at that round belly and sad face! My motto currently is... a quiet puppy is a naughty puppy!
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She's really cute.

Lisl has never had a fascination with her food bag. It sits right next to her crate and even on the occasions that she has escaped, never bothered her food.

She usually always has food, so that may be why.
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OMG, put her in a crate immediately or leash her to something so that she can not move too much. Her tummy is huge and she may be at risk of bloat.



My current female did the same thing when she was under 1 and I kept for quiet and still for hours - she also did not get fed the next day.



Please keep her quiet and still, otherwise bloat may set in

Thanks so much! She is currently sleeping.


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Oh boy let the poop clean up begin. LOL She is a cutie BTW.
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Old 01-31-2014, 07:25 PM   #7 (permalink)
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She's really cute.



Lisl has never had a fascination with her food bag. It sits right next to her crate and even on the occasions that she has escaped, never bothered her food.



She usually always has food, so that may be why.

Mishka didn't want her dinner.... But she was happy to find the food bag. I can't turn my back to wash some clothes around here!


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No you can't. See the thread about someone feeling chained to the puppy....
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Old 01-31-2014, 10:52 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Awwhh hope she feels better soon!

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Yikes! Look at that tummy. Poor baby.
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