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Yawn and Tail Bob?

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Morghen

Sprinting down the street
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Hey, I haven't been on here for a while because I've been really busy, but I had to ask you guys something.

I had Frodo and Maghee out yesterday(in my car) because I was going to take them to get their toe nails clipped. We ended up missing the appointment because we were late. It was cold/snowing outside, but I did my best to keep the car warm for them.

Well, today I saw Frodo yawn and bob his tail(about at the same time.) He did this twice - or, at least, I've seen him do it twice. He's been acting fine and eating like normal, though. Is that tail bobbing something I should be worried about?

I guess this isn't really an emergency, but I'm just really worried. :(

-Morghen
 

Brigidt36

Biking along the boulevard
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I'm sorry I can't help, I just don't know. Hopefully someone with more experience will come on and help you. I send some prayers, because they never hurt. :hug8: We worry so over our babies.
 
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