I messed up and onyx is hurt

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  1. Apr 22, 2014 #41

    Ryan Johnson

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    That's wonderful news to hear that Onyx is on the mend. [​IMG]
     
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  2. Apr 23, 2014 #42

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    You're doing great with her, and I'm sure once the "treatments" are done, she'll return to be YOUR little Onyx!
     
  3. Apr 23, 2014 #43

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    Patience & love, sounds like she gets plenty of both! Hugs for you, and a kiss for her. We're thinking of you!
     
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    I'm in Tennessee. If I could ever help you out in a pinch let me know.
     
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  6. May 29, 2014 #46

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    wanted to update,,Onyx is all better. No scarring to note although can feel a scar bump under the skin on her neck. She is back to herself and even laid in my lap again the other day. She is 100 percent beautiful ( although shorter tailed now) and 100 percent onyx! thanks for the support. And I appreciate no one did the kick a person while they are down. Dog that was bloody has been rehomed..others are kenneled. thanks again from Onnie and me
     
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    I'm SO happy to hear that!!! [​IMG] Great job!
     
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    Glad to hear she's doing better and you've rehomed the dog who caused the problem. I know I would be afraid of a repeat if it were mine.

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    I hope you gave a full disclosure about what the dog did before you rehomed it. It would be tragic if the dog attacked something/someone else and the new owners were unaware of the dog's past.
     
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    Great news - so thrilled for your baby and glad you choose to rehome the dog
     
  11. Jun 5, 2014 #51

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    Bsharp ranch. Of course it goes with out saying that I did. I wasn't going to "Pawn" her off on some unsuspecting family. Her history was fully disclosed and she went to a home where she would fit in..and is doing very well. It would have been a disservice to HER to not find the correct home.
     
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    Sorry, I did not mean to offend you. There are so many dogs that are being rehomed without disclosure of past history. I'm happy you did.
     
  13. Jun 7, 2014 #53

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    Its ok I am not offended. I guess to me it was a no brainer..but then I remembered how some people just are..
     
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    Glad everything is okay! What was the breed of dog? Does Onyx seem startled by dogs now? Hope she doesn't develop a fear.. Young minds heal better that way! Good job taking care of her until you could get the vet out/ go to the vet.
     

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