RIP Lola

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Re: RIP Lola

Postby cutie22 » Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:42 am

ohh that was so sad.. sorry for your loss..
it seems the picture had been deleted..
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Re: RIP Lola

Postby chrisy » Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:55 pm

just come over to here and saw this that is so sad, sorry for your loss...
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Re: RIP Lola

Postby snake67 » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:04 pm

One of the biggest killers of farm dogs is farm equipment

Got to treat the dog like a two year old child all the time otherwise there WILL be a time it will not get out of the way. Tandem trailers and the back tires are the worst - dog turns to watch you and the back tire rolls right up over them.

We lock our collies up when we work equipment in the yard.

Sorry to hear about it - go and get another dog as soon as you are ready.

Death is never pretty, but it does happen - chin up and keep moving forward.

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Re: RIP Lola

Postby jallen » Thu Oct 31, 2013 9:16 am

That's tough. A 10x10 kennel might be a good idea for the next one. Dogs that get left unattended find their way into trouble more often than not.
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