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Poor Miss Maggie
Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:14pm

It's so hard when you don't understand why being inactive is good for you.

Bully sticks are a good chew. Do you have any dog puzzle games? Does she like to learn tricks (and feels well enough to do so)? A nose touch or chin rest might be appropriate.

As someone else suggested, ask the vet about benadryl as a temporary calming medicine or an OTC medication to help with pain.

Feel better soon, Miss Maggie!

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