Re: [gardeners] Re:Sunday in the garden

David G. Smith (
Tue, 17 Aug 1999 20:11:13 -0400

We're really happy with the vet, and they're close by, too.  The dogs seem
to be fine now, just a little tired.

The only way I'm getting anything out of the garden this year is by lots of
watering -- until the mandatory water restrictions.  I'm still watering the
corn and tomatoes some.  The corn is looking really good now.


At 12:20 PM 8/17/99 -0500, you wrote:
>David sorry to hear about your dogs being sick and tickled to pieces
someone has
>a garden to get something out of and enjoy. You need to move over here to
>Okieland and give me lessons I think. LOL Don't know how you can handle our
>weather but it is better than last years. We are still hitting the 100*F mark
>but it is usually after lunch so it's just for a few hours. Not to bad.
>    I hope you have a reliable Vet for your dogs. It doesn't take to much
>loosing it on either end to kill a animal. There are several serious
things out
>there that could really make some unhappy dogs and owners that they could
>even if they have had their shots. My vet said that even though mine have had
>all their shots if they were in close proximity to another animal with a
>they should get a booster shot to make sure. But then again he just may have
>wanted to make some money on me with my 5 dogs also.LOL Hope everyone is well
>zone 7a
>aka " Ranchmama "
>----- Original Message -----
>From: David G. Smith <>
>> Our dogs are sick, we don't know exactly what the problem is.  The vet
>> seems to think probably a not-too-dangerous bug of some sort.  It sure is
>> messy, though.
>> Life will seem a little better once they're over it.
>> David