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Re: JD is still a poorly boy 15 Jun 2012 18:45 #5631

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Hi Dawn, That gave me a lovely picture of him. A kind of insousiance that is adorable. He must be a great character. In other words a dog worth knowing.

I used to work with blind people and was always amazed at how well they operated. They have a lot of pride too and I just fell in love with all their guide dogs. It always make me laugh when they are referred to as Blind Dogs.

Sadly it describes JD but he is just amaziing. It sounds as if he is responding well at the moment. I think have a poorly dog is worse than a poorly child and we worry about those enough but they can tell us what is wrong unlike your bear boy.

Sending JD lots of gentle hugs and and support to you. Take care and don't wear yourself out worrying as JD needs his Mum.

Suky & Thorn
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Re: JD is still a poorly boy 16 Jun 2012 08:54 #5635

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My proud boy xxxx

Re: JD is still a poorly boy 16 Jun 2012 09:04 #5636

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not sure if this will work but a pic of my proud boy xxxx

Re: JD is still a poorly boy 16 Jun 2012 22:35 #5640

Oh! the pic isn`t there I want to see your proud JD
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Re: JD is still a poorly boy 18 Jun 2012 11:12 #5641

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Sorry will get them shrunk when Daughter get back from holiday.


Hes doing great and I feel a little more positive thank goodness


Will take some pics to show you the improvement


love and hugs dawn xxxxxx

Re: JD is still a poorly boy 18 Jun 2012 12:18 #5642

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Send them to me Dawn and i will sort them out for you.
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