Thank you so much for your kind thoughts, Jas is one of those special 'people' she is so kind and gentle, a very special dog, and the thought of loosing her at only 9-10 years old. I am still waiting for the vaccine from the states and she has had her scan and it (the melanoma) isn't....so far....anywhere else in her body, So I am just trying to give her as best a time as possible for her remaining months. And yes I will give her a spacial cuddle from you, Thanks again Dee and the gang
The problem is that it isn't curable, so she is, bless her, living on borrowed time now, the vaccine will help prolong her life, I hope. But only if it helps her 'quality of life' once she starts to get bad then I will have to make the worst decision that any of us can make, but I will not go there at the moment.. she is happy and enjoying life at the moment, and she is playing and eating well, and sleeping well at the moment, thanks for the extra cuddles for her I am sure that she will appreciate it. Dee and the gang.
Thank you for the comments, greatly appreciated, (not all are so kind)...She is now on her usual walks, I have been trying to get her fitt, after her operations, she didn't go out, so now is enjoying all the smells in the Forest that we walk, but I now have to keep her on the lead because of her being almost blind now, if she follows her nose and goes into the trees, I can't go in after her, so a flexi-lead is the name of the game now...she love to meet and greet all the other dogs that are in the Forest. so back to usual, and trying to put it all out of my mind, and pray that the vaccine comes soon..;o))
thank you! About the petfood industry we had a tv programme in the Netherlands a while ago. The programme is on youtube in four parts and it's worth to click further after part one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=NL&hl=nl&v=0AVm9CjiipM It is a Dutch programme but most of it is spoken in English.
thank you for the birthday wishes . guinness decided to bring me a "B-day" pine tree root ( about 5 " long.) unfortunately...... it came from a 2' x 3' hole he dug in the yard.i always say ; its the thought that counts.
Millie is Maggie's from a year ago. Murphy we got from a wonderful breeder in PA. But we bred Maggie again the other day to the same stud as before. I had a couple of people wanting her puppies again. One man had throat cancer and he wanted one for his little girl. And another couple got two brothers from the last litter one for their little 4 yr. old girl and one for their 8 year old son. Someone ran over her little boys and the Mother called me crying wanting another brother. They ran over it in her own yard. I wasn't going to breed her but these were terrible stories.
Thnx for welcoming me here, I have another account here, send U a request.
I don't have any breeding plans here in Canada, my husband's allergies don't allow me to keep dogs. And keeping IS in a outdoor kennel here isn't an option because wintertemperature might drop below -50°c. But I still love the breed.
Lucy always makes my days fun. She is currently at rehab. for the hip replacement she just went through. She is supposed to remain quiet and in one room for 3 months. It has been 5 wks and we are not following the rules very well!
Tank you for your kind comments, I'm pleased you found the database interesting and useful, please tell your friends about it. If you want to send me details of your dogs I will add them to the database, or update them and if need be will add them to the In Memory section. You can send photos and pedigree details to my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
thank you for your birthday wishes
i was going to rehome Luc's Irish Setter from Belgium
but not heard from him, so its not meant to be
i hope the dog finds a good home
but yes, i will get an Irish Setter soon