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Old 01-06-2016, 04:17 PM
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Great, home he continues to feel better.
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Glad to hear he is doing so much better.
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glad he is feeling better and only a UTI! btw where in the UK are you? 15 weeks i move back to the UK! supposed to be moving to Carlisle cumbria whether we will find a decent rental tht allows small dogs ummm unsure after all the floods!
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Hey everyone, today is the first day he has eaten his normal quota of dog food!!! Not only that, he asked for more. Okay, he didn't eat any more when I gave him it but his appetite is back :-) Anyone on this forum will appreciate how relieved I feel and thanks to everyone for their help!

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btw where in the UK are you? 15 weeks i move back to the UK! supposed to be moving to Carlisle cumbria whether we will find a decent rental tht allows small dogs ummm unsure after all the floods!
I am in Edinburgh. Being on the 14th floor of a high rise the one thing I don't have to worry about if floods! Cumbria is lovely; picturesque but full of hunting-shooting-fishing types; been on several anti-hunt protests there!
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Hey everyone, today is the first day he has eaten his normal quota of dog food!!! Not only that, he asked for more. Okay, he didn't eat any more when I gave him it but his appetite is back :-) Anyone on this forum will appreciate how relieved I feel and thanks to everyone for their help!



I am in Edinburgh. Being on the 14th floor of a high rise the one thing I don't have to worry about if floods! Cumbria is lovely; picturesque but full of hunting-shooting-fishing types; been on several anti-hunt protests there!

Glad back on dog food! yes we sure can appreciate how relieved you feel! ah so 2 hour drive from Carlisle cumbria. I hope it still like that after all the floods when i get there! your also not far from scotland if im right? (been nearly 20 years so never got to knowo Uk very well where places are on the map etc
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