Super glue dog wound healing
Sitting in a hotel room watching TV a few hours a week is the new smoking. This was the plan when I started my new job this summer. I worked retail, a little bit more than I had been used to, while working a full-time job in a school. After a few weeks of doing the new job and living out of a suitcase, I decided that I should go home and not move out so quickly.
I was looking through facebook and saw that my cousin’s dog had gotten into a fight with a family dog and the family dog got cut badly, including on the head. As I started reading about it I realized how much his wound had gotten infected, and it was causing a lot of pain. The wound was too large to have sewn up. The wound was cleaned and a few days later he had an emergency surgery and a 3 month recovery. After that, the wound started to get infected and it looked like the wound would have to be removed.
I knew how to do a dog wound clean and I had done one once before, but it took three times a day for the wound to be clean. It was not a fun or relaxing activity. I also knew that I had enough skills to help him, so I started to think about how I could help him. I was a little skeptical about helping him, but I figured that he needed help as much as I did. It took a lot of convincing on his part and on mine to get him to let me help, but he finally agreed. I ended up going to the house every day except Sundays to clean his wound, then he started to heal in a few weeks. I felt amazing helping him. I felt like I could help anyone, and at least I was able to help someone and get paid for it.
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About The Author
I am a professional dog groomer with over 10 years experience working in grooming and doggie daycare. I have been practicing and teaching others to groom for over 5 years. I have developed my own methods of learning and teaching that I like to refer to as “How I Do It”. My method is designed to help people achieve the “Groom as Easy as Possible” standard. I want to make sure everyone is comfortable, happy, and learning about grooming to make everyone have the best experience possible! I specialize in working with small and large breeds and have grooming sessions as well as classes for small and large groups. I hope to provide great grooming services and information for all types of people. My goal is to make everyone look and feel great while learning about and perfecting their skills in grooming. I like to think I am the best little “groomer” I know and love what I do!
My name is Gisselle and I'm a little rescue doggie girl from a small town in California. I lived in LA for over 10 years, but now I'm back in my home town to spend my last years with my human, dad, and sister. After many years of being "invisible" I came into the world and decided to speak my mind, and show the world what I'm truly made of.
My dog's name is Molly and she is a 10 year old black lab mix. She is also 100 lbs of love and laughter. Molly just completed her fourth college year and is finishing up her undergraduate work at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She has been working on getting her veterinary certificate since the day she was a puppy. She also has a diploma from the International Association of Canine Professionals. Molly is the consummate canine professional. She is well rounded and can provide the best grooming and spa experience you can have! She has a wonderful personality and is a real people pleaser. Her human mom says she works well with other dogs, and as she is a rescue, we always want to work with others that need help. We love to travel and have been around the world together. We're planning to have our fifth child and move to Hawaii so we're off for a new life on the beach. Welcome home Molly. I hope you'll take your time and consider all of your options when you find a new forever home.