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Had a real scarry evening

In 2004 just after Christmas my daughters dog (Choodle=Poodle+chiuawa) "Dominick" got run over and died.
Rascal is my daughter's new dog.
Tonight my son and I were throwing a baseball and "Rascal" run out and got hit by a wild throw from my son. Rascal instantly wend down and was not moving, I picked him up and went into the garage and he was not breathing and his heart rate was irregular. I tried to keep him alert and blew into his face several times and he started to blink his eyes a little. He stopped responding to everything and his back legs came up and he acted like he was posturing to die, my wifey called a vet and got him to come to the office quickly. We got rascal loaded up and drove into town ( i did break the speed limit) and got him to the office. In the office he started to move a little more but would not move his extremeties at all even when touched or moved by me ( he does not like you messing with his feet), on the tablethe Dr. give him something for pain and by this time his breathing and heart rate was getting back to normal. Rascal started to do alot better as time went on and the DR. wanted to keep him overnght
just to make sure everything was OK. But he was standing and walking fairly good in the kennel whan we left the office. I think he will be ok, but I will know more in the morning.
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Good to hear the animal will recover.
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Re: Had a real scarry evening

Knowing how pets are like a loved one, glad to hear your pooch is going to be okay.

edit: I can symapthize...I backed over our 11 yr. old lab last summer in my wife's car. She survived and is fine today...just needed 20 some stitches.

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Cool dog glad he is OK. Dow the dog is getting old and the day he passes will be a hugely bad one for me, lots harder for a kid.

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Guess your son was feeling bad? Good thing the dog is OK
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I'm hoping for the best for everybody there.

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Thanks for the well wishes, I feel pretty confident that he will be OK. Cameron felt soo bad about the accident, he was appologising alot. I told him it was an accident, and not to worry about it. Jordan (My Daughter) is Ok with it as well. The Dr. said he might call in the Am and release him but not real sure what time, since the kids are out of school it will be a relief to everybody. I do not know what I will do when my dog passes, they might have to bury me with her.

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It says alot about someone who would post this story.
Although I might be biased.
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Re: Had a real scarry evening

We wish Rascal all the best. About 15 years ago, backing down our driveway when we lived in San Diego, I heard a horrible yelp from our Cocker Spaniel "Theolonious." I immediately jumped out of the car and he was limping around in obvious pain. I sat with him on the grass and calmed him down (I felt terrible), and within a matter of a couple of minutes he was running around, completely normal.

I hope Rascal has a speedy healing too!
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We wish Rascal all the best. About 15 years ago, backing down our driveway when we lived in San Diego, I heard a horrible yelp from our Cocker Spaniel "Theolonious." I immediately jumped out of the car and he was limping around in obvious pain. I sat with him on the grass and calmed him down (I felt terrible), and within a matter of a couple of minutes he was running around, completely normal.

I hope Rascal has a speedy healing too!
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But in all seriousness, Sorry to hear about the pooch Hammer, I hope the recovery is fast and permanent

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Aw, sorry to hear. I hope your pooch continues to improve.
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It says alot about someone who would post this story.
Although I might be biased.
That is like your own private army there

So is he back and bein spoiled yet Hammer?

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No call yet. I am at the office now but will be out in the field a little later and check on him.

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Man that sucks. Hope everything is well.

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I'd written this out last night, but my internet service took a momentary dump just as I went to post it:

Hammer, I hope he makes a full recovery. And all the best to your son, as I'm sure the feelings of guilt are coming on strong.

I, too, can somewhat empathize. Back in February, my wife was rushing off to work, and forgot to let our aged (13) Pekingese back in the house. At some point during the day, he fell into the pool and drowned. To make matters worse, it was our son who found the dog in the pool when he got home from school. Needless to say, that was a rough ordeal.

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