Sunday, October 5, 2014

Dang it!!

Poor Two!!
Thank goodness they weren't IN her mouth! 
Clip the ends off. Drip some Campho-Phenique or anbesel ( the baby teething stuff) on the area where the quills are, then pull with pliers. 
Poor Two! She was so embarrassed! 
But, she feels better now. 

 
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12 comments:

  1. Ouch ouch ouch!

    My grandparents had dogs on the farm they owned before retirement; one of the dogs had a run-in with a porcupine and came off the worst for it. He yelped every time they removed a quill.

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  2. That doesn't look fun at either end. Wonder if it stop her from nipping at those quills?

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  3. Oh, I would be crying for her! Poor girl!

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  4. Oh, poor Puppy! What a mess...she just wondered what that critter was and then BAM!

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  5. Ouch! Hope she learned and its not an ongoing trouble

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  6. So sad when dogs run into porcupines.

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  7. Oh no, that is sooo terrible! Glad she is doing better now. Our dog has had a couple run-ins with skunks (which were not the sweetest-smelling happenings), but thankfully we have no porcupines in our area!

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  8. OWIE. I sure hope she feels better, poor baby.

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  9. Oh that made me cringe just looking at it. So sorry she met up with those quills. Give her a kiss for me.

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  10. Stickin' her nose where it doesn't belong... poor girl, hope she learned enough to leave them porkies alone. I had a Siberian Husky once that hated porcupines, she never did leave them alone.

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  11. Oh, poor baby!! One painful lesson which won't be repeated, I'm sure. Hope she's doing okay.

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  12. Oh my, that has to hurt. Make sure you watch for any kind of infection. Poor thing!

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