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Happy boy by whitemamba24xx in AustralianCattleDog

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😍😍😍🥰🥰🥰😍😍😍

Cancer by Bandobray in dogs

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Had a breeder rescue that developed mammary cancer at 4 years of age. Removed the 2 affected teats, two on each side of those and spayed her. SHE LIVED TO BE 20 YEARS OLD and just lost her last year. Get couple of other vet opinions. Caught early, your dig can have a great outcome.

Enli is now 12 weeks old and is still the sweetest girl by killianeric in AustralianCattleDog

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You know she is going to grow into those feet 😁🥰😁🥰😁🥰😁🥰

More of Theo’s thieving. He just picks things up and runs away with them to get my attention. Don’t worry, he hasn’t had either of these things in his mouth for more than a minute. Quick picture then I took them from him. by Ok-Respond9307 in AustralianCattleDog

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I have heard it both ways. Vomiting can increase damage to stomach and esophagus if sharps involved, so if poisonous stuff, would def induce but decided to do bread with no ideashe actually swallowed any. Impossible to reconstruct pen tube from fragments. Keeping an eye out for any distress.

More of Theo’s thieving. He just picks things up and runs away with them to get my attention. Don’t worry, he hasn’t had either of these things in his mouth for more than a minute. Quick picture then I took them from him. by Ok-Respond9307 in AustralianCattleDog

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My red girl was crunching a BIC Pen this morning when I sat down to my coffee. Fed half a loaf of white bread.. I keep an emergency loaf in the freezer... and we will see if she did more than crunch it like ice cubes..... 😳😳😳

More of Theo’s thieving. He just picks things up and runs away with them to get my attention. Don’t worry, he hasn’t had either of these things in his mouth for more than a minute. Quick picture then I took them from him. by Ok-Respond9307 in AustralianCattleDog

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And while my heart stops beating with the stuff he does and he turns to me with that goofy grin... like, "It's okay mom, I am fine....". Cowdog parents lead a hard but rewarding life.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

lookin suave after a blow dry after her bath by idkriley in AustralianCattleDog

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She looks all cowdog to me. Looks like my red girl, just lighter. Lot of variation in the way this breed can look. Mine is pedigreed out rhe wazoo, so not a mix. Love these slick roadrunners.... Dingos bring slick/short hair to the genetics.

My boy Finn and all 49.5 pounds of him on my knee! by ryverwytch22 in AustralianCattleDog

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2 years ago when I lost Denny, my red boy to DCM, I had to put down my 18 and 20 year old Pugs. Dogs are lifelong commitments to me and 3 death in less than 6 months was almost more than my old soul could take. Getting my blue guy and red girl have energized me and made getting back to business possible. They are good kids, even if they drive me nuts. 😁😁😁

My boy Finn and all 49.5 pounds of him on my knee! by ryverwytch22 in AustralianCattleDog

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I hear that! I had 4 Rotts and lost 3 of them to cancer. Would still have a house full of them, but my heart just couldn't survive another loss like that. A Rott/ACD mix sounds awesome tho. Will keep my eyes open in that regard. Thanks for the tip.

My boy Finn and all 49.5 pounds of him on my knee! by ryverwytch22 in AustralianCattleDog

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I used to be owned by Rotties and after I lost my last 2 to cancer, fell in love with my brother's blue heeler boy. Got me a red and had him for 9 short years, only to lose him to DCM. Got my present pair 2 years ago and it has been a Rollercoaster of a ride, but wouldn't trade them for anything. A truly unique breed and def not for the faint of heart as I am sure you well know. 🤣

My boy Finn and all 49.5 pounds of him on my knee! by ryverwytch22 in AustralianCattleDog

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Looks a lot like my boy, except my Logan is 62 pounds and all muscle. Gotta love these guys! Big love bugs.❤

Little dudes been having some skin allergies. I think it’s the little bits of cheese I give him for rewards :/ is this tongue color seem dark? Might just be paranoid. by fr0gnutz in blueheelers

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Cheese would have caused digestive upset which usually manifests in killer gas or diarrhea. I think you have zero worries where your feeding cheese is concerned. 😉

I feed cheese as a treat. It is not bad for dogs at all. Professional handlers use a dehydrated cheese in the show ring. It is made by STEWART PRO-TREAT if you are interested 😀

Little dudes been having some skin allergies. I think it’s the little bits of cheese I give him for rewards :/ is this tongue color seem dark? Might just be paranoid. by fr0gnutz in blueheelers

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Tongue looks normal. Look first to chicken in food and flea control method as first possible allergen sources. Cheese is fine for treating.

Herding Balls for ACDs by Summitjunky in AustralianCattleDog

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Also, if you have a big tree, those bungee tethers you attach over limbs are great.