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Took The Dog In For The Snip Today


Neil

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My staffy had the snip today along with an X-ray he has a heart murmur he's only 3, he came out of the vet and his legs gave way and he just plonked himself on the floor I had to carry him into the van the poor sod , I've just tried to take him out for a wee and he couldn't move he's had a lot of painkillers and he's still buzzing I hope he's ok tomorrow :(

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mate just think how you would feel if someone had cut your knackers off lol wouldnt you ber whining lol .

thats true mate , it's my first dog so just a bit worried, apparently I have to ignore his whining and let him get on with it he's been sick once but this is normal , I've just found this out I rang the out of hours vet line lol better to be safe than sorry I suppose

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