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JOE DIRT® 26th June 2003 08:23 AM

unfotunate accident
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my dog on the right was under my truck today trying to stay cool and I backed over him and his leg was broken....been a bad day for me....I splinted it.....he is only 5 months old......stupid me forgot to check as my older dog was in the house:bawling:


Netlist 26th June 2003 09:35 AM

Re: unfotunate accident

Originally posted by JOE DIRT®
he is only 5 months old......stupid me forgot to check as my older dog was in the house:bawling:

Hmmm, 5 months you say...
Check all the diodes and transistors, especially the long-tailed pairs. No worry for bad caps, no corrosion, no bad solder joints...

No serious, take good care of your friend...
He'll recover soon. :nod:

/Hugo ;)

kelticwizard 26th June 2003 12:30 PM


Chances for recovery?

Usually, dogs skedaddle off as soon as you turn on the engine. That is a bad break. Best of luck to you and your dog.

99nvbjed 26th June 2003 01:21 PM

My deepest sympathy for you and your dog.

Da5id4Vz 26th June 2003 08:03 PM

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All our best to you and the pooches. Sounds like a (sorry) RUFF day.

Da5id4Vz 26th June 2003 08:05 PM

The stylish dogs...
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I understand that this is what the stylish dogs are wearing for splints these days:

dhaen 27th June 2003 12:02 AM

Same thing happened to a friend's cat.
They re-named it "Tricycle", it lived for many years....

Netlist 28th June 2003 09:30 PM

Keep us informed about your dog, will you? :att'n:

/Hugo :)

jam 29th June 2003 01:18 AM

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Sorry to hear about your dog.

EC8010 2nd July 2003 01:25 AM

It's those blues...
Has your woman gone done and left you? (Da-de-da-dum bass riff).
Your landlord thrown you out? (Da-de-da-dum bass riff).
And lost your job? (Da-de-da-dum bass riff).

Aaaah woke up this morning...

Seriously, animals are amazingly phlegmatic about this sort of thing. I had a cat who had her leg broken rather nastily by a dustcart, and she was a bit of a tripod afterwards, but it didn't seem to slow down her hunting...

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