Life really does go backwards at 40

Mollie’s Story

on December 30, 2012

Woo hoo I’m through to the next round so thank you, thank you and thank you muchly for continuing to vote every week for me. I know I say this every week but I really do appreciate it 🙂

So here is the next story………

Mollie’s Story

We had been searching for a while boxer dog to join our family and as a companion for our other boxer, when we came across an advert and gave no thought as to why one puppy remained. A phone call was made and the breeder who said she had no use or if there were no takers for this white boxer puppy she would be put to sleep.

We bought Mollie on 7th November 2008; the first night was probably one of the worst nights ever. Having had Bert from 9 weeks old we were expecting some disruption when putting her in a crate at night for the first time. Within seconds of Mollie being placed in the crate and being left all hell broke loose. I in all my years of keeping dogs have never heard such terrible noises come from a puppy. After a short time I went to check on her, Mollie had repeatedly thrown herself against the side of the crate and had also suffered from extreme projectile diarrhoea. After cleaning her up and checking to make sure the lumps and bumps were not serious I reheated her heat pad, turned the music up slightly and put on a night-light. Two hours later the noise coming from the crate was still as bad, my husband assured me that she would settle down but I knew something was not right although I couldn’t put my finger on exactly what,

If you have enjoyed reading this so far and would like to read the rest of the story, please click the link and vote for me, Julia Frazzleby. Thank you muchlies


4 responses to “Mollie’s Story

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    such a sad story, but Mollie had such a good life with you Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2012 18:37:32 +0000 To:

  2. Thank you for sharing Mollie’s story. There were many echoes from our experience with Themba – even the same specialist vet!

    Good luck with getting thru’ to the next round of The Novelist x.

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