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Cleo's Person
4th April 2008, 10:38 AM
I've just come back from the vet with Cleo. We went in to update her shots and to have her anal glands cleaned and for a general check up. Cleo got a clean bill of health! Her heart is clear, her teeth good and she's generally in great health. I weighed her before we went in, she's 12.3 kg so we'll take her for slighly longer walks and control her food intake more closely, but other than that all is good with her! I'm so delighted! I got a little nervous before we went in just in case anything was wrong, so I'm delighted that she got on so well! :)

Cathryn
4th April 2008, 10:49 AM
Great News!! :rah: Always nice when they get a clean bill of health! I too get very anxious when the vet is checking my dog's hearts, it seems to take for ever, you stand there in total silence, the vet says the odd "Hmmmmm" and then eons later takes the stethoscope ot and says "No Problems there then" that's when you realise that you've been holding your breath! :lol: :lol:

pippa
4th April 2008, 11:17 AM
Great news..I also get nervous when I ask the vet to check their hearts.

Justine
4th April 2008, 11:21 AM
Great news,Alfs has 3 monthly check ups.Its worth it.

karenc
4th April 2008, 04:15 PM
Great News!! :rah: Always nice when they get a clean bill of health! I too get very anxious when the vet is checking my dog's hearts, it seems to take for ever, you stand there in total silence, the vet says the odd "Hmmmmm" and then eons later takes the stethoscope ot and says "No Problems there then" that's when you realise that you've been holding your breath! :lol: :lol:

........ and sweat dripping off you, know the feeling....Super news for Cleo bet your happy.

Lisa_T
4th April 2008, 06:21 PM
Me too! Especially when you bring in two and they seem to take longer over one dog than the other and you're ever so quietly panicking....

hbmama
4th April 2008, 06:49 PM
Hooray for Cleo!!! :rah:

Cleo's Person
4th April 2008, 06:59 PM
Thanks guys :). It really is great news. I glad I'm not the only one who gets nervous in the vets, when the stethoscope comes out!