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    Yay for cons!

    Thanks, Otter. My pup is 17 weeks, so Im guessing recovery will be about the same. I have no idea how to keep a puppy still for months. We have a 4' pen indoors and a crate, it seems terrible to confine him to these for the rest of the year.
    Our vet called, said that the orthopedist said the surgery was going to be too complicated to do at the vet's office, so we have to take him to the hospital, which is going to cost a bit more. (Not his company, he couldnt quote how much more.)
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.


    My spelling was fine, then my brain left me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFZ View Post
    Did you have good luck finding the books? I always see people posting about needing the prehistory ones.
    I found someone selling all but two of the prehistory books on FB. One of the two I already owned and the other is easily available! Whew! Lol

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