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    I brought Rudy home today and the transition has been so much easier than I thought. He is very alert yet more content to be in his crate than I thought he would. He goes out to potty and walks actually well on his leg. He has that crazy looking lamp shade collar on but he isn't complaining. My other two dogs adjusted well to him coming home so what more could I ask for?
    PAM SMITH
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    BIG hugs for the little man. Hope his recovery is quick and painless, Pam.

    Get well soon, Rudy

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    Pam,
    Wonderful to hear he's doing well. Please give him extra snuggles and kisses from me and my crew!
    Cathy Moon
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    yay for Rudy! *HUGZ* from Kosmo and Sara! He's a strong little man Take care!

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    Great news Pam. He probably knows he needs to take it easy on some level. For a little while anyway. i'm glad it's going so well so far.

    zack has had pyoderma, lots of scabby skin lesions, for the past couple of weeks, and this week he started licking a couple of places on his front legs, and one place got pretty red, like it was getting raw, and the vet said to put a cone collar on him. I still had the one from his neutering. Inexplicably, he seems to like it?? He will always volunteer to put his head in it, and helps me get it on. It does get in the way when he runs around the house, he crashes into things sometimes. but he doesn't get frustrated with it or try to get it off. One time when i came home from work, the thing that ties it had come undone and it was really loose. He could've easily gotten it off but he seems to want to wear it. i take it off him when i get home though so his neck can have a break.

    i hope Rudy continues to have a successful recovery. nice to get your good news.

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    What great news. I am happy for you & Rudy. You must be so relieved.
    Charleen and Cav's: Pippin (ruby male), Merry (b&t female), Luke (blenheim male) & Jolly (tri male puppy)

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    How is Rudy doing?
    Cathy Moon
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    Glad to hear that Rudy is home and doing well..thinking of you both.
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    Best of luck Pam and Rudy

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    EXCELLENT news!

    Hugs for you both,

    take care,

    Alison, Wilts, U.k.

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