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  1. Tar Baby · June 22, 2016

    I had a dog that knocked me down, one time, and broke my damned foot. If you’ve ever had a broken bone in your foot, you know what pain is.

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    • vikinglifeblog · June 23, 2016

      Where you in the way, when the dog was playing?

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      • Tar Baby · June 23, 2016

        We were running through a park and my dog ran at me from a 90 degree angle. He ran at me from my left, and head-butted me on the inside of my right knee, as I was taking a stride, knocking me down. As I went down, my foot rolled over, breaking a bone on top of the foot. That was the second time that same bone was broken. I’ve had four broken bones, in my life, and all of them were in my feet. The other two broken bones were both of my little toes, in separate instances.

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    • vikinglifeblog · June 23, 2016

      I see. I guess, that is what they call “a freak accident”.
      I think, that it is a little unusual to break the same bone twice.
      I don’t know for certain, but i think that it might be good to take some calcium tablets.
      I normally take calcium and fish oil, amongst others. Better safe than sorry!

      I have been rammed by dogs a few times myself, it have mostly hurt my vanity πŸ™‚

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