I've been at my parent's house ( my dad's) and working really really hard. It went on the market Wednesday and the gardeners planted more flowers front and back yesterday to make it look better. Well, they placed snail bait around the flowers (not the kind that is nontoxic to dogs) but the kind that is). This morning I took my eyes off my puppy for 5 minutes and she ate some. By the time I got her to the animal hospital she was seizing. They've said she has a 50/50 chance of making it. I can't quit crying. I lost my last dog a year ago October when my mom had her cancer surgery, he got out of the back yard after my dad asked the garderner to make it pet safe and I haven't seen him since. I can't lose Lucy after losing first my companion Bailey and then my mom in February. Please keep Lucy in your prayers. She is such a comfort to me and I love her so so much. Anna
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