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Food Discussion & Information / Puppy and Christmas Trees
« on: November 22, 2005, 02:53:38 pm »

This will be Winslows first Christmas, and our 1st  with a puppy. Will the boy eat a real tree?  :-\  What precautions and such are needed to blend Real tree with Real Puppy  ;D

Anything Non-Dog Related / Re: Hubby is Home!!
« on: November 20, 2005, 10:46:04 am »
Hi Jeanne,

WOW you need to get a list of everyone who saw your husband, especially the people in the First ER room. They are liable for MAL PRACTICE. Ask the orthopedist you are seeing now to compose a letter for your file about the injury and complictions caused from the NON- Attention and now call those Lawyers again. Once you have the names and letter from the orthopedic Surgeon in hand I bet you get a whole different response from the attorneys willing to take "your Case"


Anything Non-Dog Related / Re: What next??? Poor Hubby!!
« on: November 17, 2005, 09:49:36 am »
Hi Jeanne,

I've been following this thread and it sounds like YOU are getting a very raw deal here.  Have you been communicating with your Husband? He may be as tough as nails but if he has a broken leg and is in pain, how is he moving around.  Have you spoken to the Doctor that saw him? What kind of break does he have, if he was sitting with the dispatch guy waiting for a ride he may not be that badly injured, (now don't get me wrong, no matter what the injury he should have been medicated, splinted, put on crutches and wisked home by plane) I am just saying maybe you are getting worked up for a much more devasting situation then is the case, I hope that is so and your husband is better then we all fear.

I can't see how the doctor he saw would just say "he needs to see a bone specialist" and wipe his hands and send him on his way. That is serious MAL PRACTICE, if he was in an ER, they have bone specialists on Staff and would have had one see him that very day. 

Please let us know how your conversation goes with the Attorney that is great advice and I'm glad you are contacting an Attorney, More info on the nature of Hubby's injury might help everyone breathe a sigh of relief and let us know the prayers are working for his speedy return and recovery.



If you want a toy, not a bone, I'd recommend a Jolly Ball. Get the biggest one. The handle is tough to chew through and the ball itself is too big for getting a good bite on.

Several of our friends  big chewer's a bouvier, a shepard, and a dane all have had the Jolly Ball survive the test of time.

Meet & Greet BPOers / Re: New England people
« on: November 10, 2005, 02:08:32 pm »

Winslow and we are in Lowell, we'll be taking the camper out to Salisbury State park tomorrow for an overnighter, one last time before we winterize  :'(.

The park is dog friendly, with dog present baggies on all the entrace paths to the beach ;D.


Transporting & Traveling With Dogs / Re: Vehicle's For BPO pets
« on: November 08, 2005, 10:34:29 am »

THANK YOU this has been extremely informative. I like the Matrix (She hates it  ??? She Likes the CRV  (I do too  :P but won't tell her) Make her sweat a little.

K9 cooky that dog ramp looks Great!! i'm definately lokking into that from the picture the link looks like m


PS Winslow went to the vet last night and weighed in at 64 pounds at 18 weeks old 8)

Transporting & Traveling With Dogs / Vehicle's For BPO pets
« on: November 07, 2005, 05:20:35 pm »

Winslow is growing Rapidily :o The Wife's Saturn Coup won't last long. What are you using to transport your dogs.

I have a Tundra Extended cab with 2 regular and 2 Suicide doors, We need to keep that for towing our camper.

I'd like something that can hold Winslow but also get some decent Gas Milage.

She wants an SUV and I'm having a hard time getting her to think gas milage.  :(

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: Stairs
« on: November 06, 2005, 09:50:38 am »

Well we started the Treat Method. He is curious but won't take the plundge yet. We'll keep at it as it seems to be the trick.

Newfoundland Discussions / Stairs
« on: November 02, 2005, 04:11:13 pm »

Winslow is now 17 weeks and petrified of the "Stairs" How do you work stairs into training. He is going to get way to big to be picked up every time stairs come in his path.

He does the 3 steps in and out of the house with no hesitation. Any others and you'd think the boogey man was waiting at the other end ;)

I just want him to be able to come up stairs or down to the basment on his own.

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: New member, New Newfie owner.
« on: November 01, 2005, 11:57:25 pm »
Hi Welcome,

Winslow is close to Bodie in age and weight and man they grow Fast, enjot him thet are sooo much fun

Introduce Yourself to the Forum / Re: Hi I'm new and wanted to say helo
« on: November 01, 2005, 11:06:29 pm »

Thanks for the "additional Info" hint. Now when I get home from work I can download the latest shots and add them.  The picture here is from the breeder at 6 weeks!! He is now 14 weeks and 50 pounds but still is adorable.


Newfoundland Pictures / Re: Running Free at the Kennel club
« on: November 01, 2005, 10:59:30 pm »

I saw those on the nice to see you here 2!! ;D

Introduce Yourself to the Forum / Hi I'm new and wanted to say helo
« on: November 01, 2005, 10:29:24 pm »
How do I post pictures of my Boy Winslow? :-\

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