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    Default millie ok thankyou for messages & posts x

    i didnt want to bring up original post as at the moment of typing i was really upset so dont want to look at that thread
    but for everyone that replyed i want to say a big thankyou and to let you know millie is fine she has been checked & everything ok she was bit distant with me but then when her dad came in from work she was all over him which made me feel terrible but then i asked for kisses and she came over and we kissed & cuddled and now shes my friendwe are bonding more and more as the days go on and we love her so much xx
    can i just say she wasnt in pain in the bath or when i was brushing her i think it was because she got got cold and she jumped of my lap hurting herself (my fault i should of done this on the floor i know that now).
    after speaking to some cav owners they have reassured me her running around the room is normal and her shaking may be more due to being cold i do apolagise for not phoning vet first but i was in a panick and thought i was doing the right thing by asking advice on here.
    main thing is millie is fine and ive learnt by my mistake.
    michelle xx
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    Hi Michelle,
    Thanks for letting us know.You know how we tend to worry when one of our dogs are hurt or injured so it's good to hear that she's ok.We all get frights like that every now and again!
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    Glad that she is doing well now! mine do that some times as well!
    Mom to freddie 1 yr old (blen), baxter 1 yr old (ruby) and molly 3yr old (tri)

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    Just thought I'd tell you a little drama about nothing we had yesterday. Rufus suddenly cried out and I saw he had his leg waiving in the air near his head.

    Immediatly I went into panic mode (air scratching, injury????) and hopped (I am on crutches ) over to him as fast as possible. Then I realised he just has his claw caught in his ear fur!

    Couldn't get it out though and Rufus was getting into a panic. I couldn't get to any scissors without letting him go and was holding onto a paw and his ear so he didn't hurt himself any more. Called for husband to come quickly who replied grumpily that he could only do one thing at a time.

    But when he saw what the problem was he told me off for not saying it was Rufus! He said that he would have come straight away if I had said!

    One Cavalier going to have his claws clipped and ears brushed!

    Glad Millie is ok.
    Jan
    Owned by Rufus (B&T) and Piper (Border Terrier) and in loving memory of 12 years of Toby joy (Tri cavalier) - waiting at the rainbow bridge.

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    Glad to hear that Millie is A.O.K and great to have you back on Michelle
    Claire
    Once owned by Rudeepoohs
    then rescued by CaraMia and Minnie Moo.
    Missing all my girls every day....

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    Glad to hear shes ok. Did the vet say what had caused it? Our pups cause us so much worry don't they. We would never be without them though x
    If your dog thinks you're the best, don't seek a second opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Bell View Post
    Just thought I'd tell you a little drama about nothing we had yesterday. Rufus suddenly cried out and I saw he had his leg waiving in the air near his head.

    Immediatly I went into panic mode (air scratching, injury????) and hopped (I am on crutches ) over to him as fast as possible. Then I realised he just has his claw caught in his ear fur!
    Murphy gave me a similar fright the other morning, he was lying in the hall not moving, all I could see was his hind leg moving. I called him, but he just sort of looked at me strangely. I rushed over, but like Rufus, his claw was caught in his ear. My heart was going 10 to the dozen though

    I'm glad Millie's ok, they certainly keep us on our toes don't they

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    Glad all is well with Millie.

    Keep posting we love hearing about her.
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    Glad to hear Millie is ok
    Ollie Roxy Bailey

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    Millies mum - Oh dear it looks like Millie gave you a right fright - we immediately go into panic mode dont we? Glad shes ok.

    Jan - Thought you had your other half better trained than that!Ha ha

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