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Puppy delivered from fatal prognosis
I have a champion Vizsla show dog, who is my loyal companion. Last winter I bred her and joyously awaited the arrival of the litter in nine weeks.
It is common amongst dog breeders to have the mother X-rayed seven to ten days before the delivery date, and this time I felt led to do so. After the X-ray was taken, the veterinarian told me there were five well-developed puppies, but also a sixth that was mainly a head—the body was extremely underdeveloped. She predicted this puppy would be born dead. Immediately I thought, “No! God did not make an underdeveloped anything, and I do not have to accept this verdict.”
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Kathryn Fish, Dilys Bell
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Ethel A. Baker
Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced
November 23–29, 2020
- Thanksgiving 2020