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At 7:12pm on March 28, 2009, Cassie Allen said…
Hi Susan,
Welcome I am in Columbus, Ohioso kind of close you will enjoy this group.

Cass
At 10:57pm on March 28, 2009, Lynn Spencer said…
Hi Susan,
This is a great group. I'm sure you will have lots of fun here.
I have an Irish and an English Setter. We got them as baby puppies
together and they've now just turned 7. The light of my life.
Enjoy, and hope you can post some more photo's soon.

Lynn, Tess (Irish) and Megg (English) from Oz.
At 1:18am on March 29, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
welcome to the site susan
At 2:39am on March 30, 2009, Dee Rance said…
Welcome to the site I hope that you enjoy it as much as the rest of us.
Dee and the girls
At 3:07am on March 30, 2009, Sandra Mather said…
Hello Susan, We are a rather large family here on the site we dont all know one and other personally so it makes it nice making friends.You can also keep in touch with those you know also and may be lucky enough to meet.Enjoy this site it grows on you...
At 8:08am on March 30, 2009, sammi pease said…
Hi Susan, and welcome, the site is great and it's so nice to be able to contact other owners who adore their setters...I also had a problem with my Abbi who was rather on the lean side..she has never been very interested in food...would rather be outside having fun..I found some interesting recipes on the internet..which I tried and have had great success with...they are definately worth a try..best wishes..sammi
At 2:28am on July 24, 2009, ursula wilby said…
Watched the clips on Dublin growing up.
Great!
At 2:29am on July 24, 2009, ursula wilby said…
Almost forgot...watched the bone-film as well...he finally got what he wanted! :-)
At 4:23pm on August 13, 2009, Patricia Meehan Lerch said…
Dear Susan,
If possible, try not to let the cost of medication/diagnosis affect your decision. I have friends who put their dog down in June because the med. she needed would be expensive and they are regretting it tremendously, as they can redo that decision and they miss her so much...
At 1:45pm on August 14, 2009, neil selman said…
Dear Susan,
Sorry to hear of your problems with your boy , try to remain positive. My boys are both related to Michelle Websters boy Geordie, and we meet him at a show a few weeks ago and he is a picture of health, he has come through and so can Dublin Regards Neil
At 3:22pm on August 16, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan hows dublin and yourself?.is he settling down a bit now?
At 4:34pm on August 16, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan it does make sense ,by the sounds of it he has had a very bad reaction .i dont use dog shampoos for our dogs i dont know wether you can buy it but i use pantene pro v for normal hair on them and their coats are lovely .layla went to a new groomers a few months ago and they used their shampoo and she scrat and scrat and was full of big scabs.ive now started taking her to a kennels to have her groomed but i take my own shampoo.ive just started getting the one thats got conditioner in because shes started panicking now when shes bathed i think its with her been blind,she was not that bothered before but shes a little worse noe than she was.
our boxer lucy started yesterday morning shaking her head shes prone to ear infections so i bought some anti bacterial drops till vets open used them twice and her ears really bad so takin them with us when we go to vets.anyway susan im gonna have a look on google regarding your shampoo and hope for dublins sake it is that hes allergic to the shampoo and he never has another fit .regards and best of luck will keep in touch
lyn layla and lucy
At 1:19am on August 17, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan, yes after emailing you i went thru google and i was quite shocked at the effects some of the hartz products have had on dogs and its very scary knowing just a little thing such as dog shampoo can trigger off such bad fits.i would personally wait to bath him again while youve been to see specialist and see what she recommends.i read your blog on that forum and the replies were amazing specially that lady that bathed her dog at work.
i can well fully understand you familys tears for the little darling,cos its been nearly 3 years since layla was diagnosed with "late" onset pra (she was only 2 when the proffesor who we saw said shed had for 18 months prior to him seeing her) and tears are still flowing.went back to see proffessor in april and shes totally blind now but seeing such a young dog is heart breaking.
back to your dublin i agree try and keep him off the medication (i think you are doing the right thing)until youve seen specialist and keep a log of him everyday if its just to say hes is normal self and keep me in touch of how he is please
lyn
At 12:49am on August 24, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan how dublin been.it wont belong now b4 you go see specialist will it? hope hes been ok for you
At 8:58am on August 24, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
oh dear susan i am so very very sorry about dublin.hope he can manage the medication ok and they will eventually subside.i can fully understand how you must be feeling these red darlings come into our lives and completely take over our hearts. taers will flow love they still do in our house after 3 years and the upsetting part about your dublin and my layla is that they are only young dogs and "it shouldnt be happening to them"
hope you dont mind if i keep in touch every few weeks to see how you are both doing
love and regards
lyn
At 3:33pm on August 24, 2009, Catherine Carter said…
Hi Susan,
I have just read your update on Dublin....don't give up on him yet....I am thinking of you... has Michelle been in touch with you, I told her about Dublin and she has experiences she can share with you.Kindest regards and hugs from my dogs to you, Dublin and your family.
At 6:12pm on September 9, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan just read your update on dublin.im so pleased he hasnt had anymore siezures and hope thhe meds settle him down.how are you in yourself? hope you are not as worried as you were but i know its easier said just hope you can settle down abit and enjoy dublin as you did before
will keep in touch
love and regards lyn
At 12:48pm on September 17, 2009, lyn hathaway said…
hi susan just read your update,im so very very pleased that dub has gone 31/2 weeks now without anymore siezures.hope these are signs that hell get no more,praying for you love
hugs lyn
At 6:30am on September 29, 2009, sammi pease said…
Thankyou for your nice comments Susan...I do hope you and Dublin are both well...
Best wishes..Sammi
At 1:21pm on November 03, 2009, lyn hathaway gave Sue and Cash a gift
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hi susan please accept my little gift

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