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My granddog Rosie just had her annual check-up. And they found a growth on her chest. The ve3t did a needle aspiration and has sent it off for analysis, which will take longer than usual because of the holiday. It could be a benign something or other - or it could be a mast cell tumor.

 

Rosie is 2 years old. She and another pup were found by the side of the road. She's brown and black; the other one was black with a white mark on her chest. So the shelter labeled them as rottweiler-lab mixes. This "rottweiler" is long and leggy and bays. All hound.

 

Fergie asks you all for mojo for her niece.

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The mojo from these boards seems to make all the difference in the world.

 

I like your tag line. We were in Caracas during Carnivale in 1992, visiting my husband's sister, the international banker. We went down into town for dinner and to a street concert after. I was just moving to the music, in my tacky Yankee way, and drinking a cheap Venezuelan lite-dark beer, when I guy came up and, in a language I don't speak, asked me to dance. So we sort of moved to the music together a bit. I think such things help garner mojo. So there.

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Mojo on its way from N. Ontario....I know the strength of board mojo!! It can make a difference

Prayers for your doggie! Hounds tend to get fatty lumps as they get older and they can get quite big. I hope that's all it is.

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