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  1. carbcrazydog
    03-18-2013 16:44 - permalink
    My dog is a rescue dog too. Have her pics in my album. She does not have all fingers in her hind legs and hence limps and can't run. I think its in her mind though because when we come back home from work, we find all her toys scattered around the house, on the bed, underneath the sofa etc and she runs around us when she sees us I agree that decent food and treatment can do wonders. She took 4 months to bark after she came with us. For awhile we were wondering whether she was deaf and dumb She is happy and we are glad! I am glad you guys rescued a dog too.
    03-18-2013 16:27 - permalink
    Alys is (mostly) Labrador. We collected her from the local rescue centre in December 2004, so we don't know her precise pedigree or age. (At the time the centre suggested she was between eighteen months and two years old. Three months later, when we took her to the Vet for the official handover, he revised this and suggested she was no more than a year old. Amazing what three months of decent food and treatment can do for a dog!)

    So, on that basis I've edited my caption. She's now a nine year old puppy!

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    Love to read, watch movies and harass my dog :) Am a chartered accountant by profession working in the financial industry. My blood sugar numbers used to fluctuate more wildly than the stock market these days. Trying to get them under control. Pre-diabetic currently and hope never to end up being a diabetic. Also, a new mother trying to cope with sleepless nights. :)
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    The only positive thing about my experience with diabetes was that i was back to my original weight in a couple of days post delivery :) It feels nice to carry an infant while people try to figure out where the excess weight went :) Other than that, i hate being a pre-diabetic. But i try and remember that people have worse. I atleast have something that can be managed and does not interfere with day-to-day life.
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