Thankyou Ereni for your comments about my Megg.
I don't think I understand, but I must have missed a post. I've been reading comments that I don't know of.
If anything has happened, please know that we are here for you. Have been there many times. Know what it feels like.
I thank for the thoughts for Saffy and I, I am sorry I didn't answer your last comment, your translations are very good I wouldn't know where to start. I hope to get Saffy back at dinner time tomorrow, do keep in touch Dee thanks again it is so nice of everyone to give her and me their thoughts at this terrible time. We could kill them sometimes but their smiling faces will always be missed if they were no longer there, I am keeping everything crossed for her safe return
I am so sorry about the loss of your boy...he seemed to be such a character...our dogs are with us such a short time but then we would not be without them...Cherish the memories ! Kindest regards
Hi there Ereni,
I have just been trawling through the comments and I think that my problem pains into insignificance, I was devastated when I found out what had hapend to your boy, my heart goes out to you, and your family. We have these beautiful animals for such a short time when their lives go full circle, but to have it cut so short is so sad, I know that it isn't much but we will be thinking of you here. Dee
Hi there keep in touch Saffy Jas and I are off to bed now, Saffy always slept on her own but I can't leave her on her own, so my bed is getting smaller, its lucky I don't have a partner!!!!!!! No room............Dee and the girls
Saffy is coming on, she tried to be her usual self, leaping about like and idiot this morning, she yelped and stopped. I think that she will learn not jump about because it hurts. I must say that she is enjoying sleeping on the bed, BUT she is one of those who stretches out crossways so I am up and down all night putting her on ''her own side'' I don't think she even wakes up.........Thanks for everyone thinking of us it is so comforting, for me. I just wish I was able to get to the bottom of whatever it was that happened, but I don't think I will, the vets have said it was 2 things now, and I know it was nether of them, but she is still hear despite their efforts...
Thanks for the thoughts Ereni
I will try and write a blog. As what happened to her was rather out of the ordinary. I will wait until she is definitely out of the woods before I write something Thanks for the thoughts we all appreciate them Dee and the girls
Hi! thanks for the comment on My Lunas pictures. Yes she's got really amazing eyes. On the photo she's looking after me - so she looks a bit anxious, but the second one - hmm we love each other too much :)
Have a nice day Caroline & Luna
Thankyou Reni. Skye was my first Irish Setter and as you can see, was a lovely, very happy girl. She was so funny, was always making us laugh. Loved life to the fullest. She was just over 5 when she left us. Far too young. I still get very teary when I think of her. Skye and Gordon will be friends, I'm sure.
Thinking of you xx
Lynn & girls.
Thanks so much, it has been difficult to keep focused over the past week but I am hoping that she is now getting over it, whatever it was I don't think that we will never get to the bottom of it. The vets are adamant that it was bloat but they were equally adamant that it was Piametra.....a change of tablets and all seems to be settling down in her gut perhaps that is all she needed after all...not a major operation !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dee and the girls
Good morning Ereni!
I can see you are up early and putting nice comments on photographs :-)
The wind has been howling all night here but at least its not grey anymore. Must get going on my walk so that I can start work...a whole pile of crossword-illustrations to be done. Have a great day!