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Date Posted: 20:56:05 11/12/06 Sun
Author: connie
Subject: Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!....
In reply to: Joan 's message, "Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!...." on 19:58:20 11/12/06 Sun

True. just like my J.R.; however the muscles holding the intestines have nothing to do with the ball sack!!! This is what I don't understand!!! Unless[and I don't know this] F.S.,s have a different muscle pattern???>>I suggest to you , if this person found her flyer with
>>his intestines hanging out, there is more to the story
>>than that. He obviously injuried himself on something
>>that should not have been in his cage in the first
>Not necessarily. Some will chew off sutures and open
>surgical wounds if not monitored almost constantly.

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