Monday, April 29

P is for patient!


Here he is. The op took place earlier today. I took him to the vets at 8.30 and when we phoned at lunchtime we were told all had gone well and we could collect him at 2.30.
We have to keep him quiet and not allow him to lick his parts - or the area where his parts were!

Watch this space!



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    1. He is recovering by the second Angela xxx I will tell him Auntie Angela asked xxxxx

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    1. Bless pearl....tell Uncle Peter he had a couplar things removed! lol

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  3. awwwwwwwwwwwwwww he looks way too sorry for himself.
    He will be up and running about soon.

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. Oh bless him! He'll be a bit staggery when he wakes up, but it's all for the good. I'll have to post a photo of Tegan when she has her op! lol

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  5. Oh, the darlin' boy. It must be tough to see him looking so hang-dog and sorry for himself, but he'll soon be alright. He might never want to visit that veterinarian again, however.
    Love and hugs to beautiful Bing.
    K

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  6. oh poor fella, he's really growing.....

    Gill

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  7. Aw, big kiss from Aunty Kath x

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  8. Awww! He does look sorry for himself doesn't he? Hope he's feeling better soon x

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  9. Poor Bing. Hope he's back to his old self in the morning. Well, almost his old self..

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  10. P is for Poor dog. Or possibly, pained.

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  11. No buster collar? Our kittens have to keep them on for ten days - can't wait for Friday to arrive - I'm sure they'll spend all day grooming!!

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  12. Aww, he looks very sorry for himself

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  13. Sad looking Bing...he'll need extra cuddling today.

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  14. Aw........ love him! I expect he's really sore.

    My rabbit pulled out one of his stitches and all of Lily's stitches. Lucky they were well and truly stitched inside.... deeper down.
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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  15. We had this done with our new Jack Russell Terrier, "Pepper Jax" though I was against it -- my wife of 58 years prevailed and he is healed up and not much different than before the operation. He was a dog pound dog or pup and we think he is a gift from the stars. Your handsome pooch will give a lifetime of hugs and kisses for his care -- a more suitable payment can't be found everywhere in this country as some dogs are treated like royalty and some like dogs.

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