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So I decided to play some fetch with Mags tonight - trying to get her better at actually bringing the ball too me ... this was the result....

HI MOM - here I am with my ball...


I'm just gonna push it with my nose - k?


Where do you think YOU are going?


YAY I found some POO to roll around in!!


Who said my name???


I don't wanna play with you mom - I'm going over here...


After that we came inside and she decided to lay her lazy butt out on the patio ALLLLLLLLL night...


I hope you don't expect me to move


Seriously mom you are crazy...


Leave me alone...


Are you going to go?


Okay cool....


I hear something over there anyway..
 

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Very cute! Her poor little face! I wonder if all of that is going to scar her. Are they scars already or still healing. She is such a pretty girl!
 

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Faith Marie said:
Very cute! Her poor little face! I wonder if all of that is going to scar her. Are they scars already or still healing. She is such a pretty girl!
It is still a little scabby - the places where the scabs were are just bare of any hair but I don't see any visible scarring - I am hoping the hair grows back!!
 

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Faith Marie said:
I've always wondered if you could use that scar medicine for kids, on dogs too. That stuff works good.
I've been using Neosporin with Pain Reliever - my vet suggested it - it has the same active ingredients as anything he would prescribe he said. It helps it heal faster and makes scarring less visible! I hope all her hair comes back!! Her face looks naked!
 

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Haha. I love the one of her rolling around! :lol:
 
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