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    apologies to board members

    there are a couple of members on the forum who are waiting for bits/items from me.

    sadly i will be looking after my wee dog cozzy as he is fighting to stay alive after what we think is a stroke and is still with us at this time.

    so please accept my apologies i will get the things off as soon as i can.

    regards

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    Hope he pulls through, not nice. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deerstalker.308 View Post
    Hope he pulls through, not nice. Good luck.
    cheers ds.

    today is the day no improvment later and he will have to be put to sleep.

    sad days

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    So sorry to hear that bob my thoughts are with you and yours mate
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    Go via the post office?? Tuff thing to do.

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    A sad day indeed for you Bob chin up old son you know what is best for your pal.

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    Hope it's good news Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul o' View Post
    A sad day indeed for you Bob chin up old son you know what is best for your pal.
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    Hope it's good news Bob

    Neil.

    cheers lads.

    well cozzy has suffered vestibulitis and has made a small amount of recovery, so the vets have said we need to stick with his 24 hour care for a couple of days more to see how he does,

    if there is no further improvments we will have to make the decision then where we need to go..

    RED DOT.

    cheers bud for the post office comment, but the things i need to post are at work some 35 miles away and im here looking after my dog, so i am sure the members that have done me a good turn will not mind the fact that this is going on and im looking after the wee fella.

    regards to all. and thanks

    bob.

    ps: Paul/neil...he stood up today on his own for the first time but is still falling and turning to his left, can't poo or wee on his own so thats where i come in,

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    Finger are still crossed for him Bob

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    still falling and turning to his left
    Sound like me after a bottle of wine, or two

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    Bob, I remember when my first dog, a Jack Russel called Tyke had a stroke. He went all wobbly for a bit and was never quite the same but carried on for a few years. Strokes in dogs are not the same as strokes in humans and they often make a partial if nearly total recovery. At least that's what my vet told me. hang in there and see how it goes.
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