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Tricky Tickey
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Lymenet friends,

After long waiting and a prison sentence of 3 months, our newly adopted family member has come home. He was picked up for loitering in public and was put in jail. We had to sign a contract agreement to get him released and pay a fee, plus a doctor bill!!

He's settled into his new surroundings well, taking a siesta, exploring the farm. It's only been one day and he has adapted to freedom, though we must keep an eye on him not to wander too far.


So, welcome home, Otis!!
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Currently doing acupuncture and yoga.
Negative Igenex (IND & Pos Bands)
ISSUES AFTER: Tendonitis, letter reversal, Low immune system.
PREVENTION:SaltC,Iodine,Humaworm,
Chiropractic.

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WendyK
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Welcome to your new family member! Good for you for adopting a pet in need!

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Tricky Tickey
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Thank you, WendyK. He's truly relishing in his freedom. Scraping his paws across the grass, rolling around, peeing on everything. Now, he's laying at my feet trying to go to sleep. He'll soon transition into being a mostly outdoor dog.

I must say, I feel very satisfied having taken this little guy!

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Early Disseminated LD- 2010.
Currently doing acupuncture and yoga.
Negative Igenex (IND & Pos Bands)
ISSUES AFTER: Tendonitis, letter reversal, Low immune system.
PREVENTION:SaltC,Iodine,Humaworm,
Chiropractic.

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linky123
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I am so glad to hear that Otis made parole.

Congratulations!

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'Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.' Matthew 11:28

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Tricky Tickey
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linky123:

LOL.

You bet. And guess what? He won't touch dry dog food!!!

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Early Disseminated LD- 2010.
Currently doing acupuncture and yoga.
Negative Igenex (IND & Pos Bands)
ISSUES AFTER: Tendonitis, letter reversal, Low immune system.
PREVENTION:SaltC,Iodine,Humaworm,
Chiropractic.

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Rivendell
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So glad the cute little dog has a home.

We rescued our cat from "prison". And rescued another cat that was homeless.

Animals are the greatest friends.

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AWWW...

He'll eat dry food when he gets hungry!

So cute!

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He is so adorable!!

We have a dog and 2 cats that are rescues...they are the best cause somehow they know you are their savior....or I should say they are ours. Whenever its a bad day one or all will come to see me...

And they will never judge us...

Otis is a very lucky dog !

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We have a "pound puppy", also on parole, who turned her nose up at dry food too. We put a little water on it and she seems to like it better.

I wondered how a dog with her background (abused)could be so fussy!

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Adorable!

As Lymetoo said, he'll eat dry food if he gets hungry enough. Better for his teeth unless you plan on brushing them every day. I learned that the hard way with a small breed dog.

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Tricky Tickey
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He finally broke down and ate the dry dog food this morning. Now he's going to have to spend more time outside with Blue (a Blue Lacey). He already stinks from going in and out and we can't give him a bath for a week due to his stitches.

He jumps on our bed- a no-no - and runs in circles. He's accustomed to the cat now, but Buster hisses at him and puffs up. Ole Otis is fitting in just fine.

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Early Disseminated LD- 2010.
Currently doing acupuncture and yoga.
Negative Igenex (IND & Pos Bands)
ISSUES AFTER: Tendonitis, letter reversal, Low immune system.
PREVENTION:SaltC,Iodine,Humaworm,
Chiropractic.

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Sounds like Otis is adjusting well. Yea!

Life would be so empty without our pets.

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They have at the pet supply stores a dry bath powderr and also wet pads to wipe him...

That can help with the smell....we used it on our dog when she had surgery till i could bathe her..

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Tricky Tickey
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I got him some spray on shampoo and the little rascal wiggled and ran from me. He is also a fence climber which probably explains why he was picked up by animal control in the first place. I got a little enclosure exercise pen for him about 3 feet tall....

He leaps high enough to hook his paws over the top and just climbs right out!! He chased the car on the way to church this morning so I went back home in fear he would get hurt. We're gonna have to rig up some kind of fencing for him when we are gone since we are trying to transition him to be more of an outside dog, like Blue.

Oh, he's a mess!

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Early Disseminated LD- 2010.
Currently doing acupuncture and yoga.
Negative Igenex (IND & Pos Bands)
ISSUES AFTER: Tendonitis, letter reversal, Low immune system.
PREVENTION:SaltC,Iodine,Humaworm,
Chiropractic.

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