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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Enforced seperation
« Last post by cazza on Today at 08:10:07 AM »
Awww Ian, good to hear you are still improving and hope you feel like your old self real soon

 :luv:
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Enforced seperation
« Last post by MIN on Yesterday at 08:51:32 PM »
Hey mate, just seen this post about you being poorly. So glad you are on the mend and nurse maid Eze is taking extra special care of her dad. Can not think of anything worse than having to stay indoors in the winter when the wind is howling, the rain is lashing down turning the six foot of laying snow into mush, when you could be outside with your best mate and a couple of pheasants in hand.
I too have had a serious mishap, snapped my beating stick.  :shades:  :005: best wishes
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Enforced seperation
« Last post by ips on Yesterday at 07:23:56 PM »
Thank you Julie, yes it's been a worrying few months not knowing the long term prognosis, it's a big "phew" from me.....for now anyway 👍
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Health / Re: Hairy tongue!
« Last post by ips on Yesterday at 07:22:12 PM »
Hairy tongue 🙄🙄 well it's a new one on me 🙄
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Health / Re: Hairy tongue!
« Last post by Georgina on Yesterday at 02:28:57 PM »
Thank you, Iíve had a read of the previous post and think Iíll leave it for now. It just worries me that it may be causing discomfort for him, if only they could talk! 😉
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Health / Re: Hairy tongue!
« Last post by Pearly on Yesterday at 02:18:55 PM »
Pearl had a single black hair on / in her tongue.  I think its more common that Iíd realised.  The Vet pulled it out on one visit and as far as Iím aware it didnít come back.  That must have been around 3 years old.

The question has been asked on here before  ;)  http://www.cockersonline.co.uk/discuss/index.php?topic=39272.0
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Health / Hairy tongue!
« Last post by Georgina on Yesterday at 12:33:25 PM »
Looking for some advice for my 6 year old cocker spaniel Cosmo and his hairy tounge!
The issue first started earlier this year when he had exceptionally bad breath , was swallowing all the time for no apparent reason and was constantly rubbing his face on the floor. Trip to the vets resulted in him being sedated for a teeth clean along with an investigation into what could be causing  the smell which turned out to be hairs growing out of his tounge that had become infected. 🤢 The vet removed these, the smell was gone and he seemed back to his usual self. However 6 months down the line he has started rubbing his face again so I took him to the vets but he wasnít particularly keen on letting them look in his mouth! I have been able to have a look and can see what looks like black hairs down the middle of his tongue.
My question is have any of your cocker spaniels experienced this as my vet seemed quite surprised and like this wasnít a common thing? Would also be interested to know if anyone has any tips on how to treat this without him having to be sedated at the vets every 6 months (assuming they just keep coming back that is)?

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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Enforced seperation
« Last post by Jaysmumagain on Yesterday at 10:08:01 AM »
So very pleased to read your update, I am sure the consultants words will have reassured you too.

Take care and love to Eze.

Julie and Ollie
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Behaviour & Training / Re: Residential Dog Training
« Last post by Caz N on Yesterday at 09:45:31 AM »
Thank you Pearly.  I've replied to you by PM.
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Enforced seperation
« Last post by ips on Yesterday at 08:57:29 AM »
Thank you Lesley 👍
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