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This is a close-up of Annie in the previous photo in the courtyard showing Annie with Hobson and my Arabian horse, Hallmark. My vet did not have time to see Annie this day but he made time to see her the next morning on 24 May 2012. Unfortunately all my fears about Annie were confirmed. Annie's breeder ignored my vet's diagnosis. Even though Annie had only been living with us for less than 48 hours, her breeder blamed me for Annie's health problems. My vet said it was a miracle Annie survived the interstate travel, and it was. Annie was subjected to this horrific level of trauma and abuse by her breeder. Annie was only 8 weeks old. She was a grossly malnourised 3.5kg baby. Annie was my baby girl.

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Comment by Fran Griffin on March 24, 2013 at 5:01am

Oh that's just horrible when breeders blame new owners for health problems.  I have known it happen to too many people, including a friend of mine whose puppy was diagnosed with M.O. Poor little Annie, and I am sorry you didn't get the lovely support I had with Tallulah's issues, or Lotte's when she was alive :-(

Comment by Ellen Turberfield on March 24, 2013 at 5:39am

Annie looked so sweet, such a shame for her and you

Comment by karen chesher on March 25, 2013 at 11:50am

Such a sad story of poor little Annie,Please take a little comfort Susan in the fact she ended her short life with an incredible amount of love and care from you.  


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