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    Glad you liked it! I do wonder sometimes if some of my sayings are unique to my family and would they be misunderstood by anyone else. My step mother, who is Polish, would have said she "doctored" his food! This is the phrase she uses when she adds herbs and noodles to a packet soup and tries to pass it off as home made!
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    Thanks everyone for your well wishes. He hasn't done a poo since midday yesterday. We might pop out for a walk to get things moving. I've had a stressful day and feel ill and now my son has broken a glass ornament all over the study carpet I may be busy for some time
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    We say "doctor it up" too! Never really thought how funny that sounds.

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    'Doctored' used to be used (don't know whether it was just a Staffordshire thing) to mean that a dog had been castrated or a bitch spayed.
    Barbara, Monty, Joly and Teddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara Nixon View Post
    'Doctored' used to be used (don't know whether it was just a Staffordshire thing) to mean that a dog had been castrated or a bitch spayed.
    Same here Barbara.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cy1266 View Post
    Pauline, does Dylan's pet insurance cover a portion of his food if you buy it at your vet's office? I have PetCare (in the US) and it covers 25% (?) of the cost pf prescription food for 6 months with no deductible...I'm sure you've already looked into that, but just in case... Good luck, I hope his tummy feels better soon!
    I won't be covered for any problems related to diarrhoea as I changed insurance companies and, though I haven't asked them, most won't cover for any problems we've had in the past before this policy started. A bag of food lasts quite a while though.
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