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29th January 2007, 08:14 PM
hiya everyone,

joeys going in for surgery tomorrow morning (getting bits done) here he is having a bath so he smells nice and clean for the vet.

hes only teeny weeny thing


Joanne M
29th January 2007, 08:20 PM
Thanks for posting the pics. Joey is adorable. Let us know how his surgery goes. Your vet will appreciate a nice sweet smelling cavalier. Joey will be fine, these dogs are so friendly even at the vet after Tucker's had a shot, he licks their faces. Will Joey be staying overnight?

29th January 2007, 08:49 PM
aww bless him ........

29th January 2007, 09:01 PM
hi Joanne

no he should be home by the afternoon :xfngr: :xfngr:

im nervous actually because he’s so tiny and light as a feather.i worry about his little body coping with the anaesthetic. :(
i couldnt cope if anything bad happend to him :(

29th January 2007, 09:17 PM
what a sweety! They all look so skinny when wet huh!
In dutch I call my Sam a 'mormel' when he's wet, I can't find a translation for it, but it's like what it sounds like :D
They're much ptrettier when they just got dry, sooo fluffy :luv:

29th January 2007, 10:29 PM
Awww. Joey is adorable. Best of luck tomorrow, I'm sure everything will be fine :flwr:

29th January 2007, 11:33 PM
Awww look how tiny and cute he is!

29th January 2007, 11:37 PM
See... if that was Darla, she would be in the tub/shower with me... She does this about once a week (not my choice :x )... Darla looks like a little old man when she is all wet in the tub... lol

30th January 2007, 12:44 PM
Oh how cute is he? Hope he's OK today and makes a quick recovery :flwr:

Cathy T
30th January 2007, 04:39 PM
What a cute little thing. He'll do great today!

30th January 2007, 07:26 PM
Hi everyone

thanks for all your replies and well wishes!joeys home now and doing really good.hes very tired and having a nice nap by the fire his fav spot in the house.

the only odd thing is that when my dad collected him the nurse said that hes now missing his 2 front teeth! :yikes Apparently they fell out because they were bad. I guess when they took the tube out of his mouth. I really find this hard to understand because I do check his teeth and put doggy tooth paste on them and they seemed fine. It was just his 2 front ones and the others are fine?? I know his 2 front teeth overlapped a little but they didn’t look bad.im just a little shocked by this.

Cathy Moon
2nd February 2007, 01:10 AM
Oh he's such a sweet little boy! They look so vulnerable when they're having a bath.

I've had surgery myself a few times, and the papers I had to sign beforehand state that they are not responsible for any damage to dental work. :yikes Doesn't seem right to me.

I think I'd be upset too if my puppy's teeth came out, and would definitely think about changing vets. I'm sure Joey must still be as handsome and sweet, though, and it shouldn't affect his ability to eat. :flwr: :flwr: :flwr:

2nd February 2007, 09:19 PM
Hi Cathy

he can eat fine so thats all that matters.i just found it strange. :? when i looked in his mouth i didnt know whether to laugh or cry at his missing little teeth.i just wish i could of seen the missing teeth to see for myself if they were really bad because i dont think they were.just made me think how rough they must of been when they pulled the tube out of his mouth.

anyway hes doing brilliantly so im glad about that. :D