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Bolognese dog for sale

Bolognese dog for sale

Bolognese dog for sale.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Bolognese dog for sale

The Bolognese dog for saleis the first of the Bolognese dog for sale series I've done. It was originally an Irish Setter/English Setter mix and her name was Bessie. She is a very lovely little girl. She is not the smallest of the four girls here but she is the prettiest. I have gotten a lot of attention from family, friends and people in the pet stores where I have been showing the girls. It is so nice to have people come up and say "Hi and I want to meet your Bolognese dog for sale".

She has been with me since the 8th of July when I adopted her. I think she may have been pregnant at the time of her adoption. This means I have been with her through every stage and change. She is very loving. We get along really well. I think this is because of the personality she already had, she was always a very happy, loving dog. She had been on her way to a dog over the rainbow adoption, when she was hit by a car on the street on a sunny morning. Her family found her with the car and took her to the vet. Her left hip was broken and the vet was going to amputate her leg. After the vet looked at her, he asked if I would like to adopt her. Of course I said yes. She was in so much pain. After having her hip fixed she still limped. This was probably because she was a little puppy and her hip didn't get fixed for about 3-4 weeks. She didn't know what was going on but she knew she wasn't well. We have had to put her to sleep many times over the years. The last time was in January. I had her for over 2 months. She was really, really sick with pneumonia. She was in a bad way. The vet felt she didn't have a good chance to live. The vet tried to put her down but she started running around in the backyard trying to get out. We had to pull her back into the house. The vet felt like she had a good chance to live with some medication. She was not well. I felt like I was watching my baby die. We were very sad, the girls and I. She came with so many problems and health issues. She had to have her front and both her hips fixed. She was overweight and she was not a very healthy dog. She had to have her teeth pulled, her gums, and her claws removed. It was just not worth the trouble. I always thought she would have to have her leg amputated because of her bad hips. When I took her home she could not walk well. She kept limping and I could tell she had a lot of pain. The vet said she needed to be on medication for pain. After about a week she was on the medication. I had never seen her take it before, not once. She always took it out of the bottle but never took it. I don't know if it was because she was a puppy or because it was so hard for her to take. She had to take two pills every day and she never seemed to have a problem taking them. I think it was a problem for her to drink water and she was drinking about half of what was given to her. That was a problem for her. I didn't want to force her to take the medication. I always put the bottles down in front of her and she had to drink them. I am sure it didn't help that I would say "drink, drink, drink". She took them because she was very thirsty. It would be a couple of days and she wouldn't want the medication anymore. I would have to give her more medicine but she would always fight me and get away from me. I am positive she didn't want to take the medicine. It was a constant struggle to get her to take it. It was very hard to force her. I finally said "I am not going to give you anything, you are not going to take anything, it is up to you". She did start to take them again and in time, she took the whole bottle. It was very hard on me because I couldn't be there to do anything for her. She wasn't doing anything for herself. It was like she was in a trance all the time. I would try to talk to her but she didn't really respond. I never even heard her speak to me. I tried to think of something I could do to help her. My mom used to make me go to my room and read all the time when I was little. I guess she thought it would help me. It probably did. I would read everything I could get my hands on. I would read books and I read a lot. I started reading to my dog and it helped. I have learned over the years to read to my dog before putting her to sleep. I read her all the books I could get my hands on. She especially liked the children's books and the "Rover" books. She would listen and it was her way of getting her attention back. It was very hard for me because she didn't really respond. I would go into her room to see if she wanted to go outside or not. I always had to pick her up. She didn't want to go outside or lay in her bed. She just wanted to lie by herself. I would try to get her to get up and move around. I would put her on the bed or on the couch, she would always stay in the middle. It was sad. I had to walk out the door and leave her. I couldn't even be with her. She could barely even walk. I took her to the vet once. I think they put her on the scale and weighed her. She was about 110 lbs. She was very heavy and she was hurting. I think she weighed about 175 lbs. I just can't imagine anyone putting that much weight on a dog. She had the worst breathing I have ever seen in a dog. It was so bad. I really don't remember what they said to


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