|Barked: Mon Dec 17, '12 4:34pm PST |
|Please refrain from making any assumptions about my sister. The property is entirely fenced in, but sections of it are from the previous owner and is barbed wire, my sister and BIL are working hard to get it replaced...even though that is a lot of acreage to completely fence in (Tasha: They have redone the entire front entrance/gate, and are working on replacing the entire front section of fencing-a temp fix right now, Myron has plans on moving it back past the row of trees-, the other major part is the other side in the woods facing the property the dogs are coming from...that I don't know when they will be able to get to) . We did talk about what to do, and I agree I do not want him running around outside without supervision (even though that is the best part about living in the country, he loves it out there, esp since he can go swimming in the pond, he is *usually* -won't say never-really good at staying on their property). However, I have the next two weeks off, so he is staying with me in town so that he can heal. I agree something needs to be done with the neighbor's dog(s), but like Tasha said, there is not much I can do, because I can not prove which one(s) did it.
On a happier note, Twister is back and doing good. The vet tech said he did well and sent home some meds for him. He has stitches on the inside of his leg, and a couple puncture wounds on the outside. The hardest part will be to keep him from licking at the stitches until we can get them taken out next week.
ETA: Thanks for all the well-wishes, everyone! Twist and I appreciate it. I also think it would be worth looking into getting the section of fence facing the property the other dogs are coming from wired to keep them out.
Edited by author Mon Dec 17, '12 4:42pm PST
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