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    Fantastic!! So glad he's doing well, and from the video, you'd never guess what he just went through.

    Baxter reminds me of Blue and holds a special place in my heart.

    Give your boy lots of hugs and kisses from me and Blue.


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    How that makes my heart melt. It's amazing how much love they give even when they are feeling a bit under the weather. Glad to see that Baxter is on the mend and wagging his little nubby.
    Always in my heart and never far from my thoughts. See you at the rainbow bridge my sweet little Monkey. R.I.P. Raven.

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    Don't know how I missed this. I have been thinking about Baxter, and you-wondering how things were going. Very happy to see that he is feeling so well! Such a big difference in his demeanor already! He was happy to see his Daddy, too, which is a very good sign of how good he is feeling! Such a relief. God Bless you and Baxter(and the vet who did the surgery!)
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    I missed this too! I am so glad you all were able to get him to the vet and get the problem figured out he sure looks happy and healthy
    "If our dogs don't like you we probably won't either"

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    So glad to hear that Baxter is doing so much better! What a scary situation. That video of him is so cute, so wiggly and happy.
    Happiness is a warm bulldog!

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    Omg! Can I be Baxters God mommy? I just wanna snuggle him!!

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    Yeah seriously - we all can learn so much from animals after surgery. That's one thing I noticed. There was a little shihtzu with a broken leg .. just had knee surgery, and despite that, was bouncing around like the happiest little thing right after. They had to stop her so she wouldn't hurt herself. Baxter acted like nothing at all had happened. I kept picturing one of us 24 hours after having our intestines wide open, laying in bed, acting all brooding, and drugged up, and self pity LOL!!! ... maybe thats the curse of "being aware" of whats going on ... as opposed to a dog who is completely unaware and just wants to play.

    he's been great all week. His sutures seem to be the type that dissolve off him as the wound heals, so he's almost all sealed up now, naturally. Just 4 or 5 more days and I'll be able to let him play and run and jump again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter Tiberius View Post
    Yeah seriously - we all can learn so much from animals after surgery. That's one thing I noticed. There was a little shihtzu with a broken leg .. just had knee surgery, and despite that, was bouncing around like the happiest little thing right after. They had to stop her so she wouldn't hurt herself. Baxter acted like nothing at all had happened. I kept picturing one of us 24 hours after having our intestines wide open, laying in bed, acting all brooding, and drugged up, and self pity LOL!!! ... maybe thats the curse of "being aware" of whats going on ... as opposed to a dog who is completely unaware and just wants to play.

    he's been great all week. His sutures seem to be the type that dissolve off him as the wound heals, so he's almost all sealed up now, naturally. Just 4 or 5 more days and I'll be able to let him play and run and jump again.
    Fantastic to hear he is healing up so well..... need more pictures of this sweet boy!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter Tiberius View Post
    Yeah seriously - we all can learn so much from animals after surgery. That's one thing I noticed. There was a little shihtzu with a broken leg .. just had knee surgery, and despite that, was bouncing around like the happiest little thing right after. They had to stop her so she wouldn't hurt herself. Baxter acted like nothing at all had happened. I kept picturing one of us 24 hours after having our intestines wide open, laying in bed, acting all brooding, and drugged up, and self pity LOL!!! ... maybe thats the curse of "being aware" of whats going on ... as opposed to a dog who is completely unaware and just wants to play.

    he's been great all week. His sutures seem to be the type that dissolve off him as the wound heals, so he's almost all sealed up now, naturally. Just 4 or 5 more days and I'll be able to let him play and run and jump again.

    That has got to be the single most awesome Christmas Present for you! What a sweet baby!

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