Monday, April 19, 2010

Two Pups Need the Power of the Paw

Two of grandma's co-workers are going through a tough time right now. Their doggies are hurt and needing the power of the paw to get better.


This is Pancake, a dachshund mix, who was attacked by a Great Dane. The great dane was a foster that her mom took in from a local shelter. Sadly once he arrived he attacked poor Pancake and she lost some muscle and had to have 17 stitches.

After a week of bed rest she is doing better but still has a long way to come.

This is Daisy Mae and she is a poodle mix who was hit by a car today. She is currently at the vet with a big gash on her head and a collapsed lung. The vet said that she will be needing surgery.


We wish both of these pups a quick and full recovery. Until they are healed keep them in your puppy prayers.





18 comments:

  1. Oh that is such sad news for both puppies! We are sending them lots of get well purrs and prayers!!

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  2. You know my paws are together for BOTH of them, butt especially for Pancake, beclaws of the dachshund thingy. I don't think that dane was very Great! Bah on him.

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  3. How awful for both pups! Paws crossed and sibe vibes on the way for both of them to recover well.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  4. Oh, that is terrible news about both dogs. I have my paws together for them both. God loves and takes care of even us doggies too.

    Paw prayers
    Jazzi

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  5. Woooos! How sad!We will be keeping our paws crossed and sending healing sibe-vibes!
    ~husky kisses~
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

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  6. Sending healing prayers for the poorly ones and hoping that make a full recovery.

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  7. Oh my goodness, that is a lot to deal with in one home. We're going to keep your family in our thoughts. Please keep us posted.

    Much love,
    Stella, Gunther and Betty

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  8. oh no, we will ight a candle for boff on them tonight to the saint francis of assisi who cares for all animals
    we shall also keep all paws crossed from all six of ush
    thats all lot of pibble healing vibes coming their way

    pibble sugars
    the pittie pack

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  9. We will add both pups to our prayer list. Thanks for keeping us updated. We may have forgotten to tell you lately how much we enjoy your blog and you two. You always have something nice to say and Mum says you are a gentle reminder to us to be nice to others. Bless you,

    Love, Dozer, Dottie and Cooper

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  10. What sad news! Our paws will be crossed for Pancake and Daisy Mae. We hope they both heal quickly!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

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  11. Oh No! We will certainly do our part as well. Here is to a speedy recovery and hopefully NO mental repercussions as well.
    Puddles

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  12. We will send out good thoughts for both of them. That is so scary.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  13. Will do for sure! :( Poor babies!!!

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  14. Sad news - our thoughts and and prayers are with them and their families.

    XOXO
    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi

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  15. That is just so very sad - You can bet we will be sending lots of Macky healing sugars their way!

    PS: we LOOOOVE your purple and pink background!

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  16. Oh no, we don't like to hear this about those two sweet doggies. We will be putting our paws together and praying for them every day until they are both okay.

    Waggles & Chi kisses, Chewy & Lilibell

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  17. Mama added them to our prayer list and hope they both heal, and heal quickly.

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  18. How my heart bleeds for these two doggies. It's so sasd to know that they have to go through the pain. I also wonder why the Great Dane attacked the dachshund mix when Great Danes are supposed to be gentle giants. Probably he was not obedience trained since according to what I read from http://www.trainpetdog.com/Great-Dane/about-great-dane.html Great Danes are to start obedience training before he is six months old and continue through the first two years of his life. Or he was just not socialized. I'll pray for their quick recovery.

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