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The noble art of plastic surgery!

You all know that you can't deny or defy age and gravity.
Even Emma had to admit she's getting saggy and baggy,
but have no fret! Plastic surgery is a new thing, that maybe
some day will be appliable to humans too.

This is what they, do:
They remove a large peace of the skin, together with as
many wrinkles as they can get. Then they just stitch it
together! Peace of cake!
 

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Poor Emma,what happened?

Myrtle ended up having a "tummy tuck" when she had a mammary tumor removed and the incision got infected. The vet waited too long to re-operate resulting in a huge chunk of skin haviung to be removed.
 

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Oh poor Emma!! I hope she quickly heals! Amazing how those wrinkles sag as we age!!
 

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It's the never ending story of boils -
they keep coming back. It's probably
because she's too fat - the blood circulation
is poor in the fat...

Some of them come and go, but We've had
surgery on three of them now.

Is this the one you're talking about?

Emma in cocker spaniel disguise:

 

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I always loved that photo, too!! She looks like a beautiful spoiled lady and the photo just makes me smile. Thanks for posting it again, Steinar. By the way you have been missed.
 

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Yes, that's the photo! I love it! The first time you posted it, the subject line read something like "I've gotten rid of my bassets and have gotten a cocker spaniel." When I opened the post and saw that photo, I about fell out of my chair! It's so funny!
 
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