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RE: Is mine doomed?

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Posted by: Lovin2act at Mon Aug 13 16:52:10 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Lovin2act ]  
   

Do you think mine is most likely doomed? His swelling sort of went down after soaking recently with powdered sugar paste, but he still has his junk hanging out a bit. Due to the crazy dog issue in our house, my funds are heavily depleted and I am waiting on a couple pay checks to get back to par so I can take him (indigo not the dog) in to a vet, but in all honesty...with what most have somewhat speculated about internal issues he probably has and with his scale tell signs (see what I did there) of inbreeding due to split scales, is he better off being put down if an agonizing slow death is not avoidable...or does he have a chance at a decent life of many years? Not afraid of the truth here...would rather do whats best for him rather than whats best for me.
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