Hit by a car pray for Jura
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(09-22-2017, 04:31 PM)Tasha Wrote: How frighting!  I'm glad he wasn't seriously hurt.

He's one lucky pup
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#12
I'm so happy everything turned out fine. I hope you can figure out something with the gate that will allow your dogs to be secure.
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(09-22-2017, 07:17 PM)Tasha Wrote: I'm so happy everything turned out fine.  I hope you can figure out something with the gate that will allow your dogs to be secure.

Skye's limping too , so getting her checked out, got an appointment this afternoon with the vet don't know if she was hit as well
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How did the check on Skye go?
Linda

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(09-23-2017, 03:48 PM)only-borders Wrote: How did the check on Skye go?

Couldn't find any obvious signs of injury to her leg/paw so it's a mystery she may have  been clipped by the car , she's on the same pain meds as Jura and is taking it easy for the next day or 2 both seem more settled , think everyone's in shock mrs wingnut is almost having a nervous breakdown if we open the doors without triple checking the gates closed
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#16
Aww, so sorry Mrs Wingnut is under so much stress. Hope Skye and Jura are better soon. 

Did the driver of the car stop?
Linda

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#17
I sure understand Mrs. Wingnut's concern. We had much the same thing happen, but my puppy was killed. I go bonkers when something is wrong with our fence now. We had a board fall after a storm and I didn't see it for a couple days(Hubby and son checked the fence). When I saw it, I went straight in, in a panic, needing it fixed right then. Everyone just looked at me and gave me some "What's the big deal, it's been down for 2 days." attitude. When I found out they had known it was down and hadn't done anything, then I really went crazy and started screaming at everyone about the next dog dying. They don't ignore damage to the fence anymore. They kinda understand that it's a big deal. I hope for Mrs. Wingnut's peace of mind, you are able to devise a way of making the gate self closing
Gotta love 'em.
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(09-23-2017, 04:32 PM)only-borders Wrote: Aww, so sorry Mrs Wingnut is under so much stress. Hope Skye and Jura are better soon. 

Did the driver of the car stop?

3 strangers ran after them one was the driver he was very apologetic, think mrs wingnut is looking for someone to blame and that someone seems to be me , thought they where safe in a garden surrounded by a 6ft fence but only took one idiot ....
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(09-23-2017, 04:55 PM)OWhat He Gideon Wrote: I sure understand Mrs. Wingnut's concern.  We had much the same thing happen, but my puppy was killed.  I go bonkers when something is wrong with our fence now.  We had a board fall after a storm and I didn't see it for a couple days(Hubby and son checked the fence).  When I saw it, I went straight in, in a panic, needing it fixed right then.  Everyone just looked at me and gave me some "What's the big deal, it's been down for 2 days." attitude.  When I found out they had known it was down and hadn't done anything, then I really went crazy and started screaming at everyone about the next dog dying.  They don't ignore damage to the fence anymore.  They kinda understand that it's a big deal.  I hope for Mrs. Wingnut's peace of mind, you are able to devise a way of making the gate self closing

I've fitted a bolt to the top of the gate so it can't be opened from the outside and also fitted a spring lock so it's now slamming shut now , ordered a sign for the gate also repaired the carpet he chewed a hole in so it's been a very busy day
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#20
Hopefully, tomorrow will be restful.
Gotta love 'em.
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