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|Meadow went somewhere different today for her walk, took her in the car to the grass near the country park. She kept putting her head through the gates onto the park, "Oh no, not yet" I said. The water in the top pic is where I think she got her tetanus from. The girls have played in this water for years but it only takes one time. I had no way of knowing she maybe had a small cut in her mouth if it had been her feet or anywhere else I would have known & she would have been kept in until healed.
Thanks for all the lovely comments, favs, & best wishes for Miss Meadow, so appreciated. xxx
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I totally understand your concern! I keep my big boy out of our pond now, and cannot wait until it is filled and gone for good! Poor Meadow doesn't understand, she just wants to play. Great capture.
Poor thing wants to go play. But this is for the best.
lol she wish to get wet now. cool looking
What a wonderful collage Barbara, but it will be safer for her to wait ;)
What a shame - so near yet so far. I don't know if I could take her back to where she may have got it...just in case :(
Good idea - I can almost hear her beg to go past the fence...
A great set of photos to show how Meadow feels - so happy, then sad!
Hummm. May be to be safe in your decisions bring her in a beat way like . Thanks to share ((5++))
Miss Meadow looks like she is almost back to here normal weight. Nice to see her out in her favorite plase to run and play. Love this montage Barbara!
Nice collage Barbara but sometimes its for the best that they don't get to go where they like!!
Can't blame you there, glad she is getting better!!!!!!!!!!!!!
wondrful collage dear Barbara !
Awww bless her, but it won't be too long now Miss Meadow, keep getting stronger. hugs and love xxxxxxx
you know I have no idea how one actually gets tetanus, other then stepping on a rusty nail or something of that nature. I am going to have to go and read up on that.
It is beyond wonderful to see Meadow out and about again, even it is under leash. It must've been wonderful to her to be away from the house and the yard!
Fine collage of Meadow, she looks fine and soon ready!!:o)
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