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    Slevin has come a long way since her crushing injury; dislocated hip & fractured spine. Sheís a strong headed & determined gal. Strongest foot grip of any chahouas I know.

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    Lucky number Slevin!! Glad to hear she's doing so well!
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    Wow! How did she get the injury?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoshi'smom View Post
    Lucky number Slevin!! Glad to hear she's doing so well!
    Since she’ll be old enough for laying next year, I‘ll be getting her sterilized in the fall. I highly doubt that she’d be able to pass any eggs without causing serious injury to herself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAD View Post
    Wow! How did she get the injury?
    Either her or her clutchmate dislodged a piece of corkbark in their enclosure while hunting crickets, and while trying to free herself it caused injury to her. She was on antibiotics & pain meds for a month, vet was impressed with how determined she was at such a young age. She’ll never be 100% like other chahouas, but she can live a long happy life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAD View Post
    Wow! How did she get the injury?
    Either her or her clutchmate dislodged a piece of corkbark in their enclosure while hunting crickets, and while trying to free herself it caused injury to her. She was on antibiotics & pain meds for a month, vet was impressed with how determined she was at such a young age. She’ll never be 100% like other chahouas, but she can live a long happy life.

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