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Ruby Megaesophaus Add Video

Ruby being fed in her bucket

Posted by ruby'stara on April 9, 2012 at 11:47 PM 1947 Views

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7 Comments

Reply markymark64
5:12 PM on July 14, 2012 
Thank you for sharing that with us. She seems like such a sweetheart and very cooperative. Thank you.
Reply Frankie and Zip
12:50 AM on May 29, 2012 
HI - wondering how Ruby is doing these days? Hope she has stabilized and has 'good poops'.
Reply Samantha
5:57 AM on May 27, 2012 
What an amazing video showing what dedication & patience is! I've researched into the Bailey chair for my non-EPI canine, it's great to see it in action.
Reply Michele
10:00 AM on April 11, 2012 
wow - I was not familiar with this condition - I just googled it. You have done an amazing job with Ruby - look how darn cute and cooperative she is in her "box"! Kudos to you...
Reply Miss Lulupants
8:12 PM on April 10, 2012 
Aaaw, what a special little grrrl and look at that sweet face (Ruby's I mean :-)
Reply epi4dogs
10:53 AM on April 10, 2012 
What a fantastic video actually showing "how" feeding a mega dog works!!!! And Ruby... well... she seems like such a sweetie, i just wanted to reach in, pick her up and snuggle with her myself!!! Thank you for doing this video for us!
Reply Addiemoose
10:02 AM on April 10, 2012 
well I'm unfamiliar with this but it sure looks like she knows just what to do. what a good girl & what a good, patient mom you are!

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