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Small Surgery - Prayers Appreciated

I have a small growth on my paw.  Mom's watched it for a few weeks and took me to the vet earlier this week to see what was going on.  We aren't sure what it is right now, but I go to the pawtor early Thursday morning to have it removed.  Please say a prayer for me.  I's a little nervous and even though mom is trying to stay strong for me, I know she's a wreck.  Thanks, furiends!  I wuf vu all!!














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  1. Oh man, sending healing vibes for you! You're in our thoughts. Keep us updated with your condition.

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  2. Sending you lots of licks from Luna and Penny. Luna had a small growth removed from her lower eye lid a year ago, and I was a little nervous then too :) Everything will be okay! ;)

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  3. We are sending lots and lots of prayers and good wishes for you to feel better. xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  4. We will be thinking about you. : )

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  5. Thinking of you. Hope all goes well and that it is not too serious.
    MAXMOM IN SA

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  6. sending pawsitive thoughts to you that everything is ok! Be brave, the "pawtor" will be nice to you!
    xoxoxo

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  7. We will be thinking healing thoughts and saying lots of prayer that everything turns out OK. My Mommy has been a wreak too so she understands. Tell your Mom to be strong.

    {{{huggies}}}...Mona

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  8. Lots of good vibes, prayers, and Florida sunbeams on the way. We'll be thinkin' about ya!

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  9. Paws crossed for you (and your mama...and the rest of the pack!)
    -Mister

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  10. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, I'm sending you a whole bucket full of my strongest healing vibes and some warm thoughts too! I'm sure you will be just fine and your dogtor will fix you right up. Paws crossed and please keep us posted!
    Grr and a Concerned Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  11. prayers for you. And healing thoughts.
    Goose

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  12. All out paws are crossed
    Benny @ Lily

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  13. Sending lots of positive vibes your way - I know how scary it can be for all involved!

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  14. Paws crossed it is only a silly wart, Boondocks. We are sending our very strongest sibe vibes for all to be well.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  15. Thinking of you buddy,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  16. I am sure it will be great!

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  17. We're thinking of you, Boondocks! Paws crossed and sending healing vibes.
    Thor and Jack

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  18. We will send healing vibes your way!

    Sam

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  19. Praying that it is something small and easily taken care of. Prayers for calm spirits for all of you.
    Sending love your way.
    Noreen & Reggie-dog

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  20. I'm late getting here and am reading your post--We are sending lots and lots of prayers in your direction and hope you'll let us know soon how you're doing!!!

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