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Bo is on the mend

Thursday, July 02, 2009



Here is my baby, on the mend. He is able to get on his elbows and hold his head up. He has been doing this for a short while, but now he can really hold his head up without getting tired.

WOO HOO!!!!!!!
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  • JEAN524
    You must be so thrilled he's on the mend and it looks like the paralysis is not going to be permanent. Have a great weekend. emoticon
    4397 days ago
  • TKJBSGETTINGFIT
    Bo looks great, he's even posing for your picture! Glad to see he is doing so well. So are you getting more rest and taking care of yourself better now that he is doing better? emoticon
    4400 days ago
  • JEAN524
    He is looking so much brighter. It's amazing how well they can come round, so fingers crossed that he continues to do well. We thought our dog had had a stroke before Easter because she was so wobbly and couldn't get up the stairs but it turned out to be a severe ear infection - no guarantees she would recover completely, but she surprised us all and is nearly 100% now. I pray that your Bo will make the same recovery. Take care and have a good weekend emoticon Jean
    4403 days ago
  • BLESSEDINBAMA
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    Bo is a tough little guy! I'm so glad he's healing after all he's been through. God is good, isn't He?
    Remember to take take of CISSSY, too!
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    Marlene
    4404 days ago
  • BWCAGRL
    Yay!!! Hugs and kisses to Bo...what an amazing dog. Poor thing has been through so much and so have you...take comfort in one another. Thanks for keeping us updated and sharing the pics!
    Melissa
    4404 days ago
  • JULSISGOOD
    I'm so glad! He's so cute. Now when he's all better, you won't show those pics with him in the diaper to all of his doggie friends and embarrass him...right?
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    How are you doing?
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    --Juls
    4404 days ago
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