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Dog catheter

for todays' housebound urban hound
 
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I'm seeing a little kind of a strapon fannypack thing with tubes.

Dont rush home during lunch hour. No, go ahead, you just eat that banana in peace.

Admiral Hackbar, Nov 13 2002

(?) critter catheter usage http://courses.vetm...urogenital/pupd.htm
mmmmm hospital pet food [thumbwax, Oct 04 2004]

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       Hmmm, might be hard to train the dog to use it.   

       I've noticed that every one of your ideas (and your user page) contains the word "banana." Is there some significance to this?
krelnik, Nov 13 2002
  

       My dad's dog needs this, and they live in the country. Ever since getting hit in the head by that truck, he just ain't been right. I think he aged 20 years right then. Poor thing. New carpet, too.
RayfordSteele, Nov 13 2002
  

       Guess: "banana" useage = Kevin Ayers fan?
snarfyguy, Nov 13 2002
  

       We're thinking of changing his name to Old Faithful, now. Every hour, on the hour, he's gotta go.
RayfordSteele, Nov 13 2002
  

       Krelnik, no training required! You just hook him up & rock on out that door to school or place of work! A little trickier for bitches though.   

       Now come on foax! Wheres them croissants got to? This idea cant suck THAT much.
Admiral Hackbar, Nov 13 2002
  

       For good medical reasons for an older dog, maybe - but for routine use I don't think it would be appropriate. And I don't think it's a new idea - will search.
8th of 7, Nov 14 2002
  

       No! Its for the Dog to pee in you big silly!
Admiral Hackbar, Nov 14 2002
  

       You try to get near a rottweiler with that thing (or even a corgi after it's learned what that's for) -
FloridaManatee, Dec 30 2002
  
      
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