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To visit the girlfriend and my new soon-to-be hometown :eek:

me n Q catching a snooze after the long drive

Maddie warming up to Stella

Maddie having a snoooze

Maddie and Stella

Stella and Diablo

Stella and Q

Diablo getting ready for the ride home



I've got some good action shots of Q that I'm waiting to get from someone from when I took a pitstop in Toronto. Racked up a good 2400km (1500miles) on the rental van :shock: but it was worth it, until I caught word on the way home of parvo hitting a friend's kennel :cry: :cry: I don't feel at all now like I just took a vacation, was quite the sad / horrible event to have happened :( :cry: RIP to all the lil ones and to the dogs I knew well and are now gone. You will never be forgotten. :cry:
 

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Nice photos i love Maddie shes so sweet! just like my gurl Carley! Hope your trip was great Mine was when i went up! I am sorry as well to hear about the kennel, My heart is with them
 

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Tia said:
Nice photos i love Maddie shes so sweet! just like my gurl Carley! Hope your trip was great Mine was when i went up! I am sorry as well to hear about the kennel, My heart is with them
Are you coming back again this year at all? I'm planning on moving back earlier than I had originally planned now, aiming to be back down in september, would like to go even earlier if I can but have to sort some things out first. I missed you last time you came over, was supposed to of gone down as well but things were a little crazy in Toronto at the time.

ps: I really liked it down there, nice land, close to the lakes, and I definately need the openness & space
 

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Nice pictures. How sad about your friend's dogs. :(
 

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Those are some awesome pics. Love Q, he's something else. I'm so sorry to hear about your friends kennel. That's really a shame. :(
 

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Q is a little maniac :!: I swear these dogs (olde boston bulldogges) have the hearts of a lion with springs for legs, they are insane lil cuties with attitudes of a real bull and terrier (but are just round-headed versions).

The adults that I saw on my journey could jump over 6 foot high fences! They need pens that are higher than 6 ft. So agile and drivey, they where even trying to fence-fight with Diablo when I had him in one of their fenced in kennels. :lol: lil nutters. My boys are getting along fine now though but I keep them seperate as much as possible and will have to most definately in the future.
 

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:-k I can't see any of the photos. :( And sorry to hear about the parvo outbreak. Parvo is an evil little virus. It has hit our local animal control shelter several times in the last year or so. Horrible.
 

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:-k I can't see any of the photos. :( And sorry to hear about the parvo outbreak. Parvo is an evil little virus. It has hit our local animal control shelter several times in the last year or so. Horrible.
The site I am hosting them on was down for a bit but it's back again (going through some updates).

I was doing some research on parvo and came across this product:

http://www.parvoguard.com

Really curious if it works, or if anyone's heard of it. Supposedly kills the virus in less than 24hrs.
 

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I am so sorry to hear about the kennel, that is so sad. :cry:

It looks like you had a great trip though! The pics look great. Q is such a little cutie.

redbull said:
I was doing some research on parvo and came across this product:

http://www.parvoguard.com

Really curious if it works, or if anyone's heard of it. Supposedly kills the virus in less than 24hrs.
I have never heard of it before, but I wouldn't doubt it if it works. A very long time agao a friend of ours dog had parvo as a puppy and we suggested he take him to our vet we had at the time. Our vet did a lot alternative therapies that really worked. We used to drive out an hour to see him. He did put him on a IV, but between that and what he gave him 5 days later he came home and was healthy as ever. Most of the other vets our friend called didn't think he'd make it, and honestly I didn't think he would either. He was on deaths door. I didn't know that much on nutrition and natural healing back then, and our vet passed away shortly after that, so I never knew what he did. You never know, he could have used similar ingredients. It makes sense, boost the immune system and help heal the digestive track. I can't find a list of ingredients though, how do you know what's in it?
 
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