Monthly Archives: July 2010

Dog Ivermectin and Fenbendazole

I’ve noticed a decrease in urination in Petey.  I checked his kidney function today, using my little test, and it was fine. Collect urine, dilute with same volume of tap water, and boil for 5 min.  Nothing precipitated.    Why … Continue reading

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Programming 21 in a cow!!!

Yesterday, I was mowing the lawn where I am staying, and the Great Spirit sent a cow into the yard to start eating the grass.  So, I’m thinking ok, this is funny…but you see it wasn’t just ANY cow.  It … Continue reading

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Godson’s books

My godson’s birthday Every year, I give him a classic book, and write a couple of pages about what happened in his life, in my life, and in the world in general that year.  I chose the sketchbook from Washington … Continue reading

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Chandler and Tammy adoption

Two rescued dogs snowed into a kennel with  almost no access during a WV blizzard last winter.  The kennel was without heat or resources for cleaning/walking/vet care. They are both altered, house-trained, up-to-date on shots and hw prevention, but due … Continue reading

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interfaith religious work for this week

1 Kings 17:21  “O Lord my God, let this child’s soul come into him again.”.   1 Kings 19:8 “And he (Elias) arose, and ate and drank, and went in the strength of that food 40 days and 40 nights … Continue reading

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Neutering, The Great Spirit, Washington trip map

    Scottie and Spin are recovering from their neutering which went exceptionally well.  In spite of the hard outer look of the humane society, I saw kindness on the part of the staff toward difficult cases (17 year old … Continue reading

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More bike work, dogs, gulf cleanup, play, washington?

Working on the bike   Given the 3 choices (and without the benefit of hindsight), I opted to weld the old derailer arm onto the new derailer frame and wheels.  I ranked my solutions to the problem in terms of … Continue reading

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