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    Mungo you have landed on your feet, I love happy endings .
    Kisses from Heidi and Nifa
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    I can just imagine him with a full healthy coat.
    Best of luck.
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    Oh, I am so happy for you all......the way he looks now brings tears to my eyes. I know he feels so loved.

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    All I can say is....bless your big huge gigantic heart!!! Mungo looks sooo much better. Boy am I glad he's in a loving home now and will be spoiled rotten just like he should be. What a beautiful story!
    Cathy
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    Nick you and your family are the best!!! Mungo looks so happy and he's a handsome fellow. He looks very comfy in his new bed. I'm looking forward to many months of new pictures. We can watch his coat grow back. LOL
    Sharon, proud Mom of Scout (tri) and Breeze (Newfie)

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    He's a lovely little man, so lucky to have you for his family!
    Yes, we'll be looking for photos of Mungo as his coat grows back in.
    Cathy Moon
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    Hi All,

    I thought it was time for a brief update on Mungo.

    The last month has been so busy for us all. We have been taking Mungo for a couple of walks every day, and he has made a special friend with a rescue rough collie, who lives a few doors away from us. As expected, Mungo is a really sociable little guy, and he loves getting attention from dogs and mere humans alike. We also got him chipped and insured, so he really is part of the family now!!!

    Sadly, we have also had a couple of visits to the vets, as we were worried about Mungo's eyes, ears and general mood. He also started yelping, both in his sleep and when awake. In a state of terror, we brought him to the vet - fully expecting to get an SM diagnosis. Our vet assured us that it was far too early to assume the worst, and recommended that we increase the treatment for his eyes and ears first on a stand alone basis. He also had his gland squeezed (poor lad). Now he is on a strict regime of anti-inflammitaries and pain killers (due to end tomorrow so that his yelping doesn't return), Optimmune for his eyes, and Oridermyl for his ears. Happily, he is much better since we started on his regime .

    I am attaching a couple of , taken after Mungo was given a treat following his eye drops, just to show how he is coming along fine, and also to act as an encouragement to others to give a home to a rescue dog. It is such a rewarding experience for us all, and we can't imagine life without Mungo!

    Hugo and Mungo with chew!


    How do my eyes look?


    I bet I can outstare you!!!


    Treats are yummy!!



    Thanks again for trusting us to look after Mungo.

    Nick and family

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    Oh he's lovely. He looks great. What a difference from his first pictures. Are you going to grow his coat long again?
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    He's looking great, so glad that he's settled well, congratulations

    and also to act as an encouragement to others to give a home to a rescue dog. It is such a rewarding experience for us all,
    Could not agree with you more
    Ryan, Lisa, and Kieran.....our 2 Blenhiem girls Lucy and Megan, Jake the Lab, and the old man of the house...Charlie

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    He looks so content and happy. Great job!

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