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These are not anything special, but, a neighbor asked if I might be able to help her neighbor who has a disabled dog.  How can you say no? These are "elbow?" guards for a small dog with paralyzed rear legs. She gets abrasions on them from walking with her hips. They needed to be trimmed and finished, but I hope they can improve her life .

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anything that helps a pup is a good thing in my book!

Good on you Hags!

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That is so awesome, hope it makes the puppy feel better. Good job:You_Rock_Emoticon::banana:

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excellent!! 

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awwwwww

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Kudos to you for doing this! Great job!

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ITs projects like that hits you in the feelz.... 

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great job!

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That is awesome.  Good on you!  

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