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Originally Posted by Amy&Andy View Post
Note to self... You'll get it cleaned up for sure. I know you have the crazy expensive power vaccum.
ROFL, my Kerby is going to be working it's money off today. I spent my entire lunch break at my house vacuuming my up stairs. Ran the washer with the bedding in it, on another cycle with color safe bleach. The second I get home I'm going to finish vacuuming the house, couch, and I'm going to bleach the floor in the kitchen and bathrooms. I'm also going to wash every single do bed, (we have 3 in the house, one for each floor) all the dog blankets, and anything else I can think of that he may have come across.. Shoot I may wash all the dog toys too.. ROFL... Amy you think you have OCD, this is going to put a new meaning to that word... lol

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Tammy,

I'm so sorry about the worms. Yes, its gross and nasty but easy to fix. In the meantime, swear off the rice and hire a cleaning lady!!! I guess the good thing is that the worms are dead right? .
Umm only the ones on the bed were dead, he still has live ones when he poos. Cain is going to keep him in the garage with him this evening, he is going to stay off the carpet. We were told the meds they will give him will take 24 hours to kill whats inside him and then he'll have a recheck in 2 weeks for another round in case the eggs hatch.. (eeew that's what I'm pictures, eggs hatching and worms everywhere in my house..)

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oh gag. i dont know why i read thru this entire thread sad.gif i was one of those kids that would do something i was told not too sad.giftammy that is gross but sad too. is he ok? glad he gets to go today to get his meds. yuck sad.gif
Yeah he'll be fine.. Me on the other hand.. Not sure I'll be able to sleep in that bed tonight.. or ever again .. lol

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While we're on the "worm" topic I must add this story in. My entire family is HUGE animal lovers, and sick, stray animals ALWAYS find their way to our houses. I get a call from my sister a few years ago and she's like "sis, you have to get over here right away, I need your help, HURRY!" We lived right up the street from eachother so I ran right over. In her kitchen she has a baby gate up and a huge raccoon. I was like "what the hell are you thinking, aren't those things agressive?" She told me that he wandered up to her door and was completely missing a leg and she had no choice but to help him. I felt bad for the poor thing, he obviously had some traumatic ordeal and needed a vet A.S.A.P. He was soooo exhausted and was very mellow. We put gloves on and put him in a large box and set out to take him to the Wild life rescue center. We go back to her house and she goes into the kitchen to wipe up the blood from his leg and SCREAMS!!!! There were maggots Everywhere! They must have been in the raccoons wound, and crawled all over her floor. We are both gaggers and were gagging and acting like total girls. We dumped atleast a gallon of bleach on her floor and scrubbed the hell out of it. It was one of the nastiest things I've ever seen. Not too many people get to hear that story cause it isn't your typical conversation topic, but thought I better post it here! :)

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ROFL I can one up you on that Andrea..

 

Not dog related..

Several years ago my older cousin broke his leg and had a cast on his leg up to his knee. Well he went to the DR and complained about itching, asking if they can take off his case because it itched so bad. So the DR took of the case, couldn't see why it was itching.. So he continued to check his leg and noticed a sore inbetween two of his toes. Apperently, somehow maggots got in there and were crawling around UNDER his skin. I swear to God that is a true story.. For the record, my cousin wasn't big on showers/baths so who knows what type of crusted stuff was forming there..

 

Anyway your story reminded me of it so I had to tell you.. :-)

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ROFL I can one up you on that Andrea..

Not dog related..
Several years ago my older cousin broke his leg and had a cast on his leg up to his knee. Well he went to the DR and complained about itching, asking if they can take off his case because it itched so bad. So the DR took of the case, couldn't see why it was itching.. So he continued to check his leg and noticed a sore inbetween two of his toes. Apperently, somehow maggots got in there and were crawling around UNDER his skin. I swear to God that is a true story.. For the record, my cousin wasn't big on showers/baths so who knows what type of crusted stuff was forming there..

Anyway your story reminded me of it so I had to tell you.. :-)
OMG my skin is crawling! That story so wins the prize. LOL

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Okay, both those stories are worse than the original and require a new warning in the title so people who are queezy after the first story don't push themselves over the edge reading the other two :)

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Okay, both those stories are worse than the original and require a new warning in the title so people who are queezy after the first story don't push themselves over the edge reading the other two :)
smile120.gifsmile120.gifsmile120.gif What?? I mean it's not like you girls didn't get a warning... lol..

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Ok this doesnt help but you are grossing me out. Amir wants a puppy and just I was researching it I read this. Is this a natural thing or is there something wrong with the dog?

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Lenny was a stray dog and was pulled from a kill shelter, this is normal for his situation. By the time Lenny is adopted the problem will be gone. Most puppies get worms because they eat each others poo, again common with puppies, they tend to spread it to each.

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