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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Carol View Post
    So very sad this happened to y'all

    I'm 60 now but when I was 26 and married to my 1st husband,
    we had Chows and a fight broke out that injured one so badly,
    we had to put her down. I still can remember it all so vividly and
    afterwards, my ex coming in the house, going straight to the bed
    room and lying there, crying. It was just incredibly heartbreaking.
    We too, could not break them up, just helpless as it proceeded to
    it's terrible, horrible ending.

    Bifi is healing (thank you, GOD) but seems you are still traumatized.
    Continued prayers for you & loving hugs of comfort & understanding.
    So sorry to hear that Carol . That must have been heartbreaking.

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    Get well quickly Bifi,
    I was advised by a friend to carry a mini tin of deodorant in my pocket to spray at the attacking dogs eyes in case of a dog attack ,they did it after there dog was attacked ,in Australia I've seen a mini tin the size of a lip stick perfect size for a pocket :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mishell View Post
    Get well quickly Bifi,
    I was advised by a friend to carry a mini tin of deodorant in my pocket to spray at the attacking dogs eyes in case of a dog attack ,they did it after there dog was attacked ,in Australia I've seen a mini tin the size of a lip stick perfect size for a pocket :-)
    Good advice! Thank you!

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    So Glad that Bifi is ok, I do hope that horrible man does pay the vet bill for you and Bifi. Give Sweet Bifi a Hug and Kiss from Me and Elmo.

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    @dieMuttivonBifi Checking to see how Bifi is doing now.........? Hope he is good to go!
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    “It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them. And every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough,all the components of my heart will be dog,and I will become as generous and loving as they are"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mishell View Post
    Get well quickly Bifi,
    I was advised by a friend to carry a mini tin of deodorant in my pocket to spray at the attacking dogs eyes in case of a dog attack ,they did it after there dog was attacked ,in Australia I've seen a mini tin the size of a lip stick perfect size for a pocket :-)
    There is a citronella based spray you can buy that is non-toxic to the dog in the end, but will send them running because the hate the smell.

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