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Old 10-01-2020, 11:35 AM
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My pup lost. This is a couple of years ago. I stopped counting at 60 on his head. Off to vet!
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Poor fella
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Jeeeeezums.....hope the pooch heals fast and well!
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Damn dogs are tough as nails.That would damn near kill a human.
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Reminds me of when I was crossing a creek with a couple friends on a deadfall. When I got half way across, the limb I was standing on broke, presumably because of the yellowjacket nest inside it.

I did find out how quick I could fall in a creek, exit it, and run like hell. I only got hit by a half dozen or so, and my friends were similarly "lucky". The three of us were singing the blues that afternoon.
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This happened a couple of years ago???
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Originally Posted by Lprizman View Post
This happened a couple of years ago???
Yes. He is fully recovered .

(Just finally learned how to post pictures)
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congrats: you win the random post of the day award...
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Oh....lol!! your technically challenged like me.

Glad he's ok....as said...dogs are tough as nails
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Originally Posted by cfarmd View Post
congrats: you win the random post of the day award...
Sweet! I never won anything before! :-)
Yes it was random.
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That’s heartbreaking. Glad he is okay though.
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Originally Posted by InTheNet View Post
Yes. He is fully recovered .

(Just finally learned how to post pictures)
Maybe in another couple years you can learn how to rotate an image..... baby steps!
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Hate seeing that!
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That hurts just looking at it
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Glad he survived. Poor baby.


Congratulations on winning the post of the day.
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Check with your vet of course, but the next time that happens you might want to to give him or her some benadryl, I think it is like a milligram per 10 ponds of weight. I have to do that with our dachshund, she pops up big lumps and her throat constricts after one bee sting.
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Originally Posted by Kenny Powers View Post
Maybe in another couple years you can learn how to rotate an image..... baby steps!
Sorry about your dog... But comment by Kenny, that is damned funny.
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I'm seriously happy to hear he survived that run in.

DAMN!!! Is all that comes to mind as my skins crawls just looking at it.

Poor pup.

Has he learned his lesson?

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