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Thread: Took Dylan to vet, SM? Long post, sorry.

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    Oly seeing this post now Pauline - so sorry to hear about your beautiful little boy..
    I really hope it turns out to be nothing too serious and he will be back to his normal self very soon.
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    Pauline I am so sorry you are now having to go through this with darling little Dylan. My heart goes out to you both. Me and the boys will be keeping everything crossed for you xxxx

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    Thanks everyone for your kind thoughts. I am still hoping I'm wrong. I'll be trying all the different harnesses I have over the next few days and seeing if I get a different reaction. Also I have asked a friend to film us this week. But for now, I am dealing with it and slightly in denial if that makes sense, only way I can handle it. I also told his breeder. She encouraged me to get the MRI done.
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    ((((Pauline)))) that makes perfect sense - been there done that etc.... Sometimes it's the only way of dealing with it. Do you want me to email you my phone number? I am free tomorrow if you want a chat. Thinking of you x

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    Meant to say that at least Dylan's breeder is one of the better ones out there (or so I have heard). I am sure she'll also give you plenty of support. If he does happen to be affected I hope she won't use his parents to breed from again, or his siblings unless scanned clear. Big hugs anyway xxxxx

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    So sorry you have these concerns about Dylan.

    You might want to try a harness in the same style as the UpCountry step-in harness. There are links to it in the shopping and SM forums. That's what worked best for Charlie, and now for Geordie as well. Geordie doesn't seem to be comfortable in his Puppia at all.
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    Oh Pauline. I hope this is not true for Dylan. He is such a handsome darling boy. Many hugs and paws crossed for a negative outcome.

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    Pauline
    We all know Dylan so well through your posts, he is such a darling. Sincerely hope that it is an ear problem, keeping fingers crossed for you.
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    this is a minor health problem which can be fixed easily. I will be thinking of you and Dylan this week. He is a gorgeous boy. Please let us all know how you get on next week at the vet?

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    Pauline, so sorry to hear of your concerns for wee Dylan.

    It's good that your vet is so aware - it might be worth you rereading this site and printing off the relevant information for your vet too.

    http://sm.cavaliertalk.com/


    I really hope that it isn't SM, and that maybe once his ears are ok he will be just fine.

    It's brilliant that you have already contacted his breeder and that she is being supportive
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