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lump on anna my coonhound?

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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:17 pm

Anna is being buried right now. gary should be almost done. didn't check recently.
honestly, glad all this almost over with.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:26 pm

Juska,

forgot to ask you, I did a paw print on Anna. the vet gave me clay to use. the paw print is done, but, not all that great.
what I don't know, is does the clay have to baked? the vets office will finish it for me, but, I would rather have my car running to
bring it up to the vets and let them finish it for me. but, not sure when it will be fixed.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Jun 13, 2017 10:34 pm

It has to dry before being baked anyway so just keep it some place safe till you can get it there.

Glad she's at peace now, sorry for your pain.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby minervasden » Tue Jun 13, 2017 11:16 pm

RIP Anna.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Wed Jun 14, 2017 11:04 am

Mary, thank you for info. I didn't bake it yet. I will try and get it to the vets office and let them do it.
my vet was telling me a little bit about it. I even said to him in a joking way, "how would you know, you probably didn't do any" :lol:
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Wed Jun 14, 2017 11:07 am

minervasden wrote:RIP Anna.

thank you. anna is missed. my dogs are bummed out. my aussie doe is actually whining off and on.

I do know dogs can bond to each other. sometimes we might not notice it.
awhile ago, I had a male and female coonhound. the male died, the female went into a bad state of depression.
she would lay on his grave all night, then look around for him. it took 5 months before she adjusted.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby Juska » Wed Jun 14, 2017 11:09 am

When Max was gone, Emo was still young, and she kept looking for him for a few weeks after. Conte didn't seem to notice, but maybe he just didn't think to go looking for him like Emo did. She loved Max very much, and now that she's an old lady, she acts a lot like Max did when he was old.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby TamanduaGirl » Wed Jun 14, 2017 1:22 pm

You can't bake it yourself you need a special really hot oven, so let them do it. I was just saying it needs to dry inside and out before it can be baked anyway so mo reason to rush getting it there.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Wed Jun 14, 2017 2:07 pm

Juska wrote:When Max was gone, Emo was still young, and she kept looking for him for a few weeks after. Conte didn't seem to notice, but maybe he just didn't think to go looking for him like Emo did. She loved Max very much, and now that she's an old lady, she acts a lot like Max did when he was old.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby pat » Wed Jun 14, 2017 2:09 pm

TamanduaGirl wrote:You can't bake it yourself you need a special really hot oven, so let them do it. I was just saying it needs to dry inside and out before it can be baked anyway so mo reason to rush getting it there.

Glad you mentioned that. I was not sure what I was going to do. but, since it won't hurt to let the print sit for a few days or so,
I will get it to the vets to finish it out. If I can't get there soon, I can mail it to them. of course pack it very carefully.
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Re: lump on anna my coonhound?

Postby Ash » Sat Jun 17, 2017 1:55 am

I'm sorry, Pat. :( Anna is in a great place now and is no longer suffering. I think you did the right thing. It's really hard to lose an animal. They're part of the family.
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