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Date Posted: 00:47:24 11/14/06 Tue
Author: Joan
Subject: Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!....
In reply to: connie 's message, "Re: The kennel crate sounds like a good idea!...." on 20:56:05 11/12/06 Sun

>....however the muscles holding
>the intestines have nothing to do with the ball
>sack!!! This is what I don't understand!!!

A hernia occurs when part of the small bowel, or other abdominal tissue protrudes through an area of weakness in the wall of the abdomen. A scrotal hernia occurs when this protrusion is into the scrotal sac. Flyers can self mutulate attempting to remove internal sutures causing the intestines to herniate into the scrotum. Have you ever seen a flyer "on a mission"? Nothing will stop them if they attempt to remove something that they think shouldn't be there.

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