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Saving a Calf with Oxygen


I've been following this blog for a long time. It's always heartwarming and wonderful. However, this time I want to share a post that not just heartwarming and good, but also potentially useful for any of us who deal with furry babies of any kind:

NCIU Part II

You may know Shreve Stockton from Daily Coyote, as well. emoticon

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Wow, what a story. Might actually be worth having a portable bottle of O2 sitting around! We don't have to deal with snow drifts the size of calves, but there are other times when I'm sure that would come in handy!
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Yes, that's what someone else said in the comments, it might be worth it for people who raise animals.

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Oh wow!!! What an amazing story! And an amazing 'save'. Loved the photo at the end....that sweet head poking out from under blankets.

If you had animals on a large enough scale that you actually bred them, having some portable oxygen may not be a bad idea.

Texas, where you are, with the heat y'all have, that could be as bad as those huge snow drifts!

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