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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by ejp on Yesterday at 05:29:11 PM »
That is really good news.
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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by Mudmagnets on Yesterday at 01:00:30 PM »
Lovely news! you must be so relieved
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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by ips on October 20, 2017, 10:39:08 PM »
Coral was back to the vets this morning for a check up.  The infection has cleared and the vet was able to see the retina for the first time.  He's really pleased with how well she's recovered but she has now formed an ulcer at the site of the injury so on painkillers/ABs and eye lubricant until next Wednesday which is the next checkup.

He did say that she was very lucky the eye wasn't shattered and it's looking good to make an almost complete recovery.  If I wasn't on call tonight I'd be having a large glass of something....it's been a very long week!

Thank you everyone for your well wishes

X

Phew, good news indeed 👍
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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by GeoW on October 20, 2017, 10:32:34 PM »
Just picked up on this Jayne, glad  little Coral is progressing in the right direction.

M.
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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by bizzylizzy on October 20, 2017, 10:24:06 PM »
That's great news, so glad there's no permanent damage, it must be a huge relief! !! Enjoy your weekend, when it finally starts! 👍
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Health / Re: The down side to a hard hunting dog
« Last post by Pearly on October 20, 2017, 10:04:24 PM »
Coral was back to the vets this morning for a check up.  The infection has cleared and the vet was able to see the retina for the first time.  He's really pleased with how well she's recovered but she has now formed an ulcer at the site of the injury so on painkillers/ABs and eye lubricant until next Wednesday which is the next checkup.

He did say that she was very lucky the eye wasn't shattered and it's looking good to make an almost complete recovery.  If I wasn't on call tonight I'd be having a large glass of something....it's been a very long week!

Thank you everyone for your well wishes

X
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Boudicca Diary
« Last post by villierschris on October 20, 2017, 09:35:42 PM »
Rescued Charlie, now Amber in August this year OH is going to update site with our ups and downs but the privilege of taking one of these girls and giving them a home is hard but so worthwhile.


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Health / Re: Has she been in season?
« Last post by its.sme on October 20, 2017, 03:26:03 PM »
Thanks everyone - sounds as though she is probably in season then and our puppy is perhaps no longer a puppy!  :'(

She will always be your Puppy :D

I have a 5 year old who I often call Pup and she doesn't seem to mind  :005:
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Health / Re: Has she been in season?
« Last post by Sadielou on October 20, 2017, 10:19:01 AM »
This sounds just like our cockers first season, I was the same as you wondering if she'd actually had one or not. No blood, even on her bedding, wiped her with tissue several times to check but nothing. The behaviour more than anything gave it away - quite the hussy with any male dog we met! And they reacted to her differently as well, even the neutered ones. She was 10months also and is now nearly 14 months and nothing since, so 99% sure she had a season
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Health / Re: Has she been in season?
« Last post by smiler_sll on October 19, 2017, 07:37:05 PM »
Thanks everyone - sounds as though she is probably in season then and our puppy is perhaps no longer a puppy!  :'(
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