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Old 11-24-2012, 12:58 AM
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Poor Chloe hurt her front paw this morning. She was running around our backyard like the silly girl she is and went into full zoomie mode. I noticed that she was limping while we were walking back to the house. No whimp, no whine... just started limping. She has been extra cuddley tonight and getting extra rubs.
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:59 AM
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Aww poor girl. Maybe she just pulled a muscle or got a cramp. It has happened to Cooper before at the dog park. If that was it, then she should be feeling better today .
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How's Chloe doing today?
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thanks guys! she was doing better this morning. still limping a bit but not as bad as yesterday
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poor baby just trying to have fun. I pull a muscle lifting a coffee cup, so much for "the golden years" LOL
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poor baby just trying to have fun. I pull a muscle lifting a coffee cup, so much for "the golden years" LOL
Hahaha! thanks for the laugh
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I've got to admit I'm surprised more of our dogs don't come up limping after a bout of the zoomies...I don't know how they do it and stay on their feet...well at least most of the time. Hopefully she'll be back to her normal self soon and running the zoomies before you know it.

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Aw, poor love. Hopefully just a muscle pull. Tee has done that a few times, and it usually takes 2-3 days for her to be back in full shape.
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thanks everyone. she is better. she is a little stiff and gimps abit after she wakes up. but wants to go for a walk and play still.
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