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Mar 3, 2014, 3:57pm   #3301
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Originally Posted by lisahopkins
I'm so behind:
JDN: loving your mod shots in asphalt
JP: I think the new moto looked lovely but it looks like you could size down (if you wanted)
JMacadon: congrats on militaire, these are rare and a fabulous neutral

It was my last day in work today, celebrated with a bit of shopping and a coffee with 07 and my new to me 05 khaki first, and I got my braces off
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Yes, let's see the teeth!
Mar 3, 2014, 4:04pm   #3302
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Originally Posted by lisahopkins
I'm so behind:
JDN: loving your mod shots in asphalt
JP: I think the new moto looked lovely but it looks like you could size down (if you wanted)
JMacadon: congrats on militaire, these are rare and a fabulous neutral

It was my last day in work today, celebrated with a bit of shopping and a coffee with 07 and my new to me 05 khaki first, and I got my braces off
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Congrats Lisa! You look stunning and skinny
Originally Posted by GottaPrada
Meg, watch Beau closely. Any shock? Watch for infection...smell for infection. This is an incredibly traumatic event for him. I am so sorry this happened :(
Thank you GP I am watching him carefully. He seems fine though. It hurts me though just looking at him.
Originally Posted by fionarcat
Oh Meg! thank God Beau is OK. It's my worst fear when walking. Last week a Huskie leapt on top of Ted, he was snarling and paws flying. Ted just played dead. luckily he wasn't biting but that was scary enough. He was a dog in a pub roaming free, the owner played it down but I was shaking. So glad that Beau is ok but keep your eye on him - I know you will. Xx
Oh Fiona I am so glad Ted is ok too. It is my worse nightmare. I had that recently with a Husky that lives here too. I had both dogs on the dual leash and the husky got out and ran towards us. I was able to kick the dog and he backed off. Just another reason to walk them one at a time. I couldn't really protect either of them on the dual leash since there is no way to pick them both up. The husky though is a friendly dog but did want to pounce on Misha which would have ended badly. He never did try and bite either dog.
Mar 3, 2014, 5:12pm   #3303
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Originally Posted by lanasyogamama
I'm so sorry Meg, you can't seem to catch a break. :(
I know!
Originally Posted by dragonette
Omg meg! I'm so glad you and Misha are okay and I hope Beau will recover soon! What is gonna happen to the dangerous dog?
Went to the pound and will probably be put down.
Originally Posted by saira1214
I'm so sad to hear about this, Meg! How careless of the other owner. I'm glad to hear that Beau is okay and is eating treats. That would make me nervous about walking multiple dogs. I hope the pitbull owner is paying for the vet bills, etc.
She will pay the vet bill and the dog has gone. Even still 1 dog at a time from now on.
Originally Posted by Harper Quinn
This is awful. Poor Beau and you. Your neighbour should have been more careful. There is a reason why pitbulls are banned in the UK.
She just wasn't strong enough to hold her. Shw was huge and powerful.
Originally Posted by cookielvs!bags5
Super Scary for you and Beau! To say the least. Hope the neighbor gets that pitbull some training---major dog agression 4 sure! She should pay for your vet bills!
Glad he seems to be on the mend. Years ago, came face to face with a wild coyote on the path in the woods, while my dog was on leash with me. We slowly walked backwards out of the situation. Take care!. In the midwest we have a lot of coyotes in this area (my small shih tzu male was attacked by a coyote 4 years ago and later died of his fatal wounds).
I am so sorry about your little dog. We regularly see coyotes here. I once opened my garage door and there was one standing there just stareing at me and Beau. I had to scream at it to get it to leave. Poor Beau seems to always be there for the drama.
Mar 3, 2014, 5:13pm   #3304
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Originally Posted by saira1214
yes, let's see the teeth!
+1!
Mar 3, 2014, 5:25pm   #3305
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Originally Posted by megt10
This was the only time that I wore my moto. Beau got attacked by a Pitbull yesterday when I was walking him and Misha. It was the scariest thing ever. My neighbor had been fostering the dog. She had it across the street on a leash, and I had Misha and Beau on two separate leashes, thank God. I normally have them on a dual leash. Yesterday was the first time that I did separate leashes, and I only did that because Misha has a new habit of chasing cars as they pass. So I needed more control which you don't get with a dual leash. Anyway the dog broke free raced across the street and jumped on Beau. I pulled Misha up by the leash and got him in my arms but was unable to protect both dogs. My neighbor ran across the street and jumped on the Pitbull. Beau was able to slip his collar, and he ran all the way home. I thought he was ok at first but then I felt a lump and took him to the vet where she found a puncture wound. Here is the pic of us waiting for them to get his antibiotics and pain meds. Also, a huge thank you to JP who kept me company via text while I was at the vet. It was a great moral support.
oh meg! I'm so sorry. This happened to my dogs when I was in high school. They were on our front porch. Pitbull down the street got loose and attacked them. It was very scary and it was touch and go with them as he got one of my dogs by the throat. thank goodness for emergency vets right? many hugs and kisses to little Beau. I hope you all feel better soon.
Mar 3, 2014, 5:27pm   #3306
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Originally Posted by megt10
Yep, got that shawl. I resisted for a few days, but this morning I decided I needed it after the weekend that I had.

Mine ask for them all the time. You need to be very strict with your motos or you are heading down a slippery slope. Trust me I know. BTW, which one is your moto asking for?


Yeah for you. Please post pics. I love seeing all your photos.
It is a pre-owned scarf with teddy bears on it. My boyfriend tried to call the shop to get it as a gift, I am not sure if he was able to get it. I hope so because- well teddy bears!
Mar 3, 2014, 5:30pm   #3307
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Originally Posted by lisahopkins
I'm so behind:
JDN: loving your mod shots in asphalt
JP: I think the new moto looked lovely but it looks like you could size down (if you wanted)
JMacadon: congrats on militaire, these are rare and a fabulous neutral

It was my last day in work today, celebrated with a bit of shopping and a coffee with 07 and my new to me 05 khaki first, and I got my braces off
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looking hot!!!! I have a similar tank- will be copying your look
Mar 3, 2014, 5:32pm   #3308
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Originally Posted by Harper Quinn
This is awful. Poor Beau and you. Your neighbour should have been more careful. There is a reason why pitbulls are banned in the UK.
they are quite powerful dogs but i have met some amazingly sweet ones as well. they are very loyal and protective. Unfortunately If they aren't trained or if they are abused things like this happen :(
Mar 3, 2014, 5:34pm   #3309
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Originally Posted by cookielvs!bags5
Super Scary for you and Beau! To say the least. Hope the neighbor gets that pitbull some training---major dog agression 4 sure! She should pay for your vet bills!
Glad he seems to be on the mend. Years ago, came face to face with a wild coyote on the path in the woods, while my dog was on leash with me. We slowly walked backwards out of the situation. Take care!. In the midwest we have a lot of coyotes in this area (my small shih tzu male was attacked by a coyote 4 years ago and later died of his fatal wounds).
cookie I'm sorry to hear that :(. We have coyotes as well in the north east. They are different than the ones in the west because they cross breed with wolves so they look like small German shepherds. Are the ones in the Midwest like that?
Mar 3, 2014, 6:31pm   #3310
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I am glad she is paying your vet bill and she sounds genuinely upset this happened to Beau. I hope he mends very soon and is able to get over such a traumatic situation.

Wow, fostering three dogs at once. That takes a lot of time. But, I am sure she must have known that the pit bull was aggressive. She must have. It is sad to hear the pit bull is probably going to be put down. But, if she is dangerous there is no telling what could happen. Sad, but better safe.

I am just sorry that dogs like this get aggressive due to with irresponsible people. Then the dog ends up paying for it.

Originally Posted by megt10
The neighbor is a woman older than I am but stronger and definitely tougher. She rescued the dog from the streets, so no idea about the background had it for 2 weeks and was trying to find her a home. She said the dog had not been at all aggressive but had been in her backyard since she brought her home so I am not totally sure that is true. She has a German Shepard, a lab mix and a small schnauzer so my guess is she had some idea the pitbull was dog aggressive. She apologized came to my house to make sure beau was ok and brought back his collar which he slipped and his leash. She only found out this morning that I had to take him to the vet. She called me and immediately apologized again asked how much the vet bill was and said she would come by after work and reimburse me. Beau is her favorite dog in the neighborhood and she is really upset. The dog has been picked up by animal control and they have been informed that she attacked a small dog. My guess is that she will be put down. I feel badly for the dog but she is far too dangerous to have in our neiborhood.
Mar 3, 2014, 8:47pm   #3311
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Meg- so sorry to hear about beau. That is terrifying. Glad you and misha are ok. I don't know what I would have done in that situation. So scary.

As requested, here is a pic of the new addition to our family. We took photos last week and the digital proofs are in :)Name:  ImageUploadedByPurseForum1393897622.300758.jpg
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Mar 3, 2014, 8:52pm   #3312
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Originally Posted by justpeachy4397
Meg- so sorry to hear about beau. That is terrifying. Glad you and misha are ok. I don't know what I would have done in that situation. So scary.

As requested, here is a pic of the new addition to our family. We took photos last week and the digital proofs are in :)Attachment 2529100
She is so beautiful! Congrats! What a special time:)
Mar 3, 2014, 8:57pm   #3313
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Originally Posted by justpeachy4397
Meg- so sorry to hear about beau. That is terrifying. Glad you and misha are ok. I don't know what I would have done in that situation. So scary.

As requested, here is a pic of the new addition to our family. We took photos last week and the digital proofs are in :)Attachment 2529100
Your baby is gorgeous!
Mar 3, 2014, 10:18pm   #3314
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Originally Posted by justpeachy4397
Meg- so sorry to hear about beau. That is terrifying. Glad you and misha are ok. I don't know what I would have done in that situation. So scary.

As requested, here is a pic of the new addition to our family. We took photos last week and the digital proofs are in :)Attachment 2529100
Oh my goodness, she is soooooo adorable! She is gorgeous, congrats on your new baby. Enjoy your "babymoon"!
Mar 3, 2014, 11:25pm   #3315
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Originally Posted by justpeachy4397
Meg- so sorry to hear about beau. That is terrifying. Glad you and misha are ok. I don't know what I would have done in that situation. So scary.

As requested, here is a pic of the new addition to our family. We took photos last week and the digital proofs are in :)Attachment 2529100
Omg peachy, she's precious! I'm so happy for you, congrats again!
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