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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Daisy's Bone Has Been Picked: Part Two


Hello Ladies and Gents, I'm Daisy Lindahl. You know I had a bone to pick last night so now you're going to hear ... the rest of the story...


 

My humans drove me to a place I couldn't wait to get to...the V-E-T-S office...and as soon as my dad found a parking space I couldn't wait to get in that office! My dad's arm was practically pulled out of its socket but I didn't care! My vet had a bone to pick and I was ready for her help! See how serious I am? And speaking of "See", can you see that mean 'ol bone under my nose?


And here I am watching my dad sign my life away write his name on a piece of paper where he had to promise to not blame the vet if anything goes wrong during minor surgery! 

Excuse me, dad? mom? Vet lady? I don't think my problem is minor at all! This is a MAJOR problem! And did I hear the vet say that something could go wrong and that my dad can't blame you fur it? What the dog?



And here's proof that nothing went wrong at all! The vet lady used a crowbar bolt cutters to get the bone off but I didn't feel a thing! In fact, I was sleeping and dreaming about all of my furends the whole time! 

Thank you, vet lady, for making me look less ridiculous in less than 2 hours! Don't I look prettier without a mean 'ol bone glued stuck on my face? It should because it was a $300.00 makeover!

45 comments:

  1. Poor baby Izzy and I hope you are feeling better!

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  2. Oh Daisy I am so glad that bone came off without any adverse effects and you look so much prettier without it. I am so glad you are ok, sending you big hugs honey

    Love
    Momma Tea
    xxx xxx

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  3. Thank God you're fine now! That must have been pretty uncomfortable having that bone stuck on your face.

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  4. OMD! That's an awful thing to have happen. And you couldn't even finish it. We're so glad the V-E-T got it off safely.

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  5. Whew, it is so good to see you de-boned:) Hope your jaw isn't too sore.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  6. Mack and I were so worried! Glad everything came off ok in the end. Hope you learned a lesson!

    Drools and licks,
    Minnie and Mack

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  7. Oh my goodness! That was crazy! I'm so glad the vet was able to remove the bone. Wow!

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  8. Oh my... I'm so glad they were able to save you!
    -Corbin

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  9. Whewie That was one VERY much Scary thingy. I think we have alllllll llearned from your mistake. Sorry it had to happen.

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  10. Whoooooie... what a scary thingy to have happened to you!! I am sooooo very much glad that you are safe NOW. I think we have all learned from this one.

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  11. hey Daisy,

    You look lovely without a bone piercing on your jaw! So furry happy the Vet was able to take it off so quickly and painlessly. A crowbar sounds pretty intimidating, though!

    Now you can go home and eat all your sweet Valentine's Day treats!

    Suka

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  12. We were worried about you! So glad everything came off alright! What an experience. Please be more careful with your bones! We don't want you to get hurt.

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  13. A crowbar? OMG! At least the bone is off your mouth, Daisy! Please be careful for now on, okay?

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

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  14. Much Better! You better stick with the stuffie toys for awhile!

    Wyatt

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  15. Daisy, we're so glad that bone got picked! We felt embarrassed for you, so we know you had to feel bad too. And wanting to go to the V-E-T?? That IS bad! Looks like Mom and Dad need to get you either smaller or larger bones that can't fit around your lower jaw. This is one of the weirdest dog things I've ever seen! Hope your chinny-chin-chin is feeling okay today after that crowbar incident yesterday!!

    Elyse and Riley

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  16. So Daisy, your Mom and Dad, are they taking all your bones away?

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  17. Oh my goodness, DAisy, whatever did you do to get into that mess. I read Part 1 but golly, it still didn't explain 'how' you did it!
    I am sooo glad you got that nasty bone off and I would be scared to death if I were your parents as well...goodness gracious, do be careful and take good care. BE gentle with yourself today!

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  18. Holy Bones Daisy! Dat happened to my brudder once withs a piece of wood but mum saved him.
    Gosh, I am so glad everything was okays. I bets your mom was skeered halfs to death.

    Puddles

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  19. Glad to see that the bone was removed safely, I am guessing that bones that are shaped like an o are off limits so that doesn't happen again. BOL.

    xoxo
    Bailey

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  20. Oh Daisy, I'm so glad to see you back to your pretty face! That was scary.

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  21. Daisy, Daisy, Daisy!! Oh my stars!! Me and Charlie are so happy that the nice vet lady took off that bone!! Phew!!!

    We hope you get extra cuddles and treats now for being so brave!! Take care
    x

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  22. The vet used a crow bar? Really? Gosh, your Daddy could have just taken you to a Jiffy Lube. Glad you are doing better.

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  23. I'm glad you're okay! Who'd have thought you'd need surgery to get a marrow bone unstuck! wow. Be careful now Daisy!

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  24. A crow bar...how did they use that to get it off...weird. Glad you are back to your beautiful self.

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  25. Ohmidogness! I'm so very much relieved. I was feeling all nervous-like not knowing how they were gonna get that off of you. But YAY! They did!

    Be careful from now on, okay?

    Wiggles & Wags,
    mayzie

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  26. We think you've had your LAST bone of that kind, Daisy! Boy, it was an expensive bone! We're soooooo happy it came off, otherwise you'd have had to grow a beard.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  28. Daisy,
    You look marvelous after your expensive make over... but once is enough!

    (excuse my previous comment, I had a misspelling again!)

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  29. What a relief! Did you give the vet a big kiss afterwards? :P

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  30. I am so glad that the vet was able to remove the bone for you and you are okay, how did you get the bone like that? My mom would go crazy if that ever happened to me

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  31. Now THAT's a jawbone! Just so you know, Daisy, you're not the only one! Aspen had this happen to her once, but Dad cut it off himself. Yikes! And when Mom worked at the vet, a black lab came in with a bone attached to her jaw just like you. They sawed it off with a tiny saw. It happens to the best of us.

    The Road Dogs

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  32. Oh poor, sweet Daisy! You looked so sad and embarrassed in the photos above. You poor baby!
    I am so happy the vet was able to remove the evil bone!!!
    $300 is a lot but there is no price tag for what your being well means!
    xoxoxoxo

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  33. Well....at least da bone was stucks on da outside instead of da inside. {OUCH}

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  34. Oopsie! My mom is such a ditz fur telling you that the vet took the bone off my face with a crowbar! Just goes to show that my mom doesn't listen to what my dad reports back to her! BOL! The magical tool was NOT A CROWBAR, folks! It was a BOLT CUTTER that did the trick! My vet lady would faint if she knew that the whole world thought she used a crowbar on me!
    xoxo...Daisy

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  35. Daisy! I'm so glad the VET could fix the situation for you!

    Milk it for what it's worth and get some jaw massages from mom and dad. :-)

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  36. Oh, Daisy... what a pickle you got yourself into, sweetie! I am happy to know that everything ended up just fine! Poor baby!

    Go to mom and dad's bed and pretend you are in chock... they HAVE to give you lots and lots of loving, and back scratching and more loving.

    You go, girl!!
    xoxo

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  37. Daisy, that is not fun!! We are so sorry and hope you are okay now!! lots of love, Holly and mom

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  38. Poor thing. Pawrents are nothing but tricksters
    Snuggles,
    Benny & Lily

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  39. Daisy!
    Sure it was a relief!
    Glad everything is in order now!
    And now... be careful with those bones!
    Take care
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  40. Oh my dogness! What an ordeal you went through, Daisy. Plus you're going to have to put up with their telling this story for years to come! But at least you're free and OK now. That's the important thing.

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  41. We just read about your bone ordeal at Frankie's blog and came over to be sure you're ok. That was a terrible experience but a very valuable PSA for all of the doggies out here who get those marrow bones to chew. We're glad you have fully recovered; we hope you didn't crack a tooth or anything.

    Jed & Abby

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  42. Oh man! How crazy is that. Only a GURL would do sometin like that. ME? Never. But antiways I'm glad you is ok.

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