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Old 11-28-2012, 03:26 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:52 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I used to call Pheona a mini-boxer cause she was so tiny when we got her. We got her at 4 weeks old from what we suspect was a puppy mill. We feel we rescued her as when we got her not only was she to young she had worms, fleas & ringworm. I did the puppy milk, up through the night with feedings & taking her out. I got to see the first tail wag, the first bark & all that. Her & I have a strong bond due to all of this. Now would I pick to go through this again...probably not but I love her to pieces. Any how, at her 6 week vet visit she only weighed 2 pounds (she was also the runt of the litter & I had to have her). I had people ask me what kind of mutt she was. I would repeatedly tell them she is a boxer & I told them for right now she's a mini-boxer (didn't know they existed). Well the girls at the office got to watch Pheona grow up as well. She's now 20 months & weighs in at 48 pounds. She's doing great, up to date on shots & has passed all her physicals with flying colors. The girls in the vets office get excited when we walk in & the one always says...I can't believe this is the puppy we used to pass through the check in window. LOL
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