Lets all bite the Doodle...Oscar.

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Lets all bite the Doodle...Oscar.

Post by Oscar2011 » 07 Sep 2015, 19:39

Hi,

Once again our poor boy :( has been wounded in action :( .

At the park, a husky/german shepheard cross decided to try out his teeth on Oscar's back leg, for no good reason :shock:

So thereafter, a trip to the vet for pain killing injection, anti inflamatory injection and antibiotics, no stitches though :), and a bill for £90.

Oscar is just not bothered at all by all the fuss, theres no more room for extra cuddles anyway.

So proud of our boy :D .

Oscar & hoomans. :D
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Re: Lets all bite the Doodle...Oscar.

Post by Sandy B » 08 Sep 2015, 19:39

Poor boy. How is he today ? Did the other dog owner say anything ?
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Post by Oscar2011 » 08 Sep 2015, 20:24

He's totally fine, doods are made of tuff stuff I think :D . He has two very deep puncture wounds to his back thigh. The worst part though, is trying to stop him from licking it :roll: , so the head cone has been deployed a few times. The owner said that it was very out of character for her dog to do such a thing, and has since settled the vet bills. Some months ago Oscar had a similar scrape with a Staffy, just starting to wonder if other dogs think that Oscar looks more like a sheep than a dog :shock: :? :roll: :lol: :lol: .

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Post by Martina daly » 09 Sep 2015, 16:08

Is Oscar neutered?

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Post by Doodle Dee » 09 Sep 2015, 16:27

omg poor poor Oscar sending him cuddles
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Post by Oscar2011 » 09 Sep 2015, 18:13

Martina daly wrote:Is Oscar neutered?
Yes, He is neutered.

Would tend to blame Oscar's unfortunate incidents on poorly trained owners/dogs though :x .

We still feel so blessed to have Oscar, He has grown into such a confident and obedient boy, he just doesn't let things like this phase him :D . We've met up with loads of his doggy friends of all shapes and sizes since it happened, for a play, just for therapy, he just seems fine. :D

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Post by Martina daly » 09 Sep 2015, 22:11

Ozzy was getting a lot of aggression from other intact males,thankfully no bites.We got him neutered in June, but according to our vet it could take up to a year for all the male hormones to leave his body,he'll be 3 on November.He doesn't seem to attract intact males as much,so hopefully the neutering has helped,just thought maybe this was the case with Oscar

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Post by Bid » 09 Sep 2015, 23:16

Poor Oscar :-( He's such a lovely boy he doesn't deserve that kind of attention!
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Post by Ianto! » 10 Sep 2015, 00:27

Oscar, dood! I feels yous pain! At vee hydro today an' mindin' my own beeswax in vee waitin' room whens some biddy (Anne's term :roll: ) brings in her skanky mutt (Anne again!) an' it did wants to come an' say 'Hello' to me, so I dids obligin'ly stand still an' wag my tail happily - an' it dids have a go at me! Me! :shock: Vee personification (!) of a mogle well-behaved dog!! Sheesh... what are dogs like??? Wish vey coulds all be Doodles, what does ondly bat yous roun' vee head an' jumps on you.... :wink:

Anne does say vat she hopes you is feelin' better an' does send yous a kiss (which I wants you to knows is defernetly not froms me... cos I'se a rufty-tufty man-dood... :oops: ) Bear up, mate an' keep 'ceptin' vee cuddles...! :wink:

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Re: Lets all bite the Doodle...Oscar.

Post by AdamK » 10 Sep 2015, 11:24

Poor Oscar, glad to hear that the owner did the decent thing and settled the vets bill. I wish him a speedy recovery, although it sounds like he is a tough guy.
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