"Gentleman's operation "
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Poor Jura dropped off at the vets for his procedure this morning the look of fear in his little face ,I think he knew what he was going for ...


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#2
Poor Jura. It will be over soon.
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(09-08-2017, 07:32 AM)Loyal Border Wrote: Poor Jura. It will be over soon.

Not looking forward to the recovery afterwards he's not going to like being restricted on the lead for his walks
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Awww poor buddy! They bounce back quickly!
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#5
All going well, this is a relatively minor precedure and dogs are incredibly resilient. I think your only problem will be keeping "calm" for the required amount of time. Don't worried, I know that is hard
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#6
He's home looking abit sorry for himself and managed to chew through his lead think he trying to make a bid for freedom
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#7
How's he doing today?
Gotta love 'em.
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(09-09-2017, 07:04 AM)Gideon Wrote: How's he doing today?

He's his usual acrobatic self wanting to leap off the couch so we have to watch him like a hawk , not touched his stitches or anything hard to believe he's had surgery , walking them separately he's getting a 5 minutes walk around the block on the lead .
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You may have to keep him on leash in the house for a few days. Jumping on and off the couch stretches exactly the wrong place.
Gotta love 'em.
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(09-09-2017, 07:15 AM)Gideon Wrote: You may have to keep him on leash in the house for a few days.  Jumping on and off the couch stretches exactly the wrong place.

He's proving To be a difficult patient
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