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    Alison, good luck tomorrow with Trudy.
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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    Thinking of you and Trudy today Alison
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    It is as we expected, Trudy has SM. I have her back home now, she is sleeping and taking it easy.
    Thank you for all your kind thoughts.

    Alison & Trudy.

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    I really hope its good news today. Thinking of you!

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    Good luck Alison...hope all went well for Trudy.
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    Alison, you and little Trudy will be in my thoughts and prayers. Your Trudy looks so much like my Lucky Star rescue Claire. Claire is a 7 or 8 yr old ex-breeder and a love sponge too. Bless you and please keep us posted!
    Marianne
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    Alison I'm so sorry to hear about Trudys scan result. She looks adorable, and I'm sure that she will continue to blossom within your family. Shes in the right place now to get all the care and attention that she never knew existed whilst in the puppy farm. Best wishes to you both. Dixx

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    Hello Alison,

    I am so sorry. You have faced this too many times.
    Give your little girl a gentle hug from me.

    Margaret C

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margaret C View Post

    You have faced this too many times.

    Margaret C
    Dear Margaret,

    To me it is a risk every time someone takes a Cavalier into their life that the dog could be affected with SM. I would never stop doing rescue with Cavaliers because of SM especially with this type of PF rescue.
    Each time they come they bring other issues that need time and attention, some of them I hate to say being even paramount to this condition. If SM comes with them so be it and we cope with it.
    I walk in with eyes open which is alot more than many are fortunate to do, we only have to see here how many are unaware still.

    Trudy is coping and enjoying life and like all the others through my door at least they have been able to receive much needed medication and care with us. I'm truly thankful that she is not still in that hole breeding in pain and in squalid, deprived conditions, instead she lives like a little princess!

    Alison.

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