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    Little lumps, warts, and cysts are very common, but you can't help but worry.

    I'll keep my fingers crossed for you & Chloe tomorrow.
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    Thanks everyone, Im sure it will turn out to be nothing (fingers crossed and touch wood) but I just really hate the thoughts of having to leave her in to the vets.
    Shes a very nervous little soul at the best of times when shes around strangers, it breaks my heart to see her big eyes looking back at me when they take her off me
    But its for her own good and I know she'll bounce back!! They'll be giving her teeth a clean and polish too while she's out, so Im glad about that.
    Will let you know how we get on tomorrow..
    Mam to Millie, Chloe & Rex
    Baby boy Jack (waiting at the bridge) xxxxx

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    Fingers crossed for you and Chloe tomorrow. We'll be thinking of you.

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    Hope all goes well tomorrow, its always an anxious time when they are having any procedure, sure it will be worse for you than for Chloe!
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    thinking of you, Chloe & your gang today Let me know how it goes xx

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    Hi Louise..bet you are sitting biting the nails,if you're anything like me when mine go to the vets

    Don't worry I'm sure all will be fine. Let us know how she is later.
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    Hi Louise..bet you are sitting biting the nails,if you're anything like me when mine go to the vets
    Yes your right! Ive been thinking of her all morning. Brought her down just before 9am and Ive to call them at 4pm to see how she is.
    They will do bloods before hand, then while they're removing the lump will clean her teeth and clip her nails (shes sooooo sensitive having her nails done)
    Im dying to know how she's getting on..
    Will run straight from work to the vets to collect her!!!! (the vets is only a few minutes walk from my office)
    Mam to Millie, Chloe & Rex
    Baby boy Jack (waiting at the bridge) xxxxx

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    Well, were home with a very quiet, shaved and brave little patient..

    She has a very large shaved patch on her shoulder and a nasty looking gash with 7 stitches.. I got a bit of a fright when I saw her, wasn't expecting it to look quite so horrific.

    She's very quiet and sleepy, and just seems to want to stay on my lap since we got home with her.

    The vet said the lump didn't appear to be the regular 'fatty' lump or cyst that they would be used to seeing (he said it was quite hard), so they've sent it off to be fully checked out to be on the safe side. We won't know the results until she has her stitches out next Thursday
    Im just praying the results will be okay..

    In the meantime we have to restrict her movement as much possible. She will need to be seperated from the other two when were not in the house, and no walks until her stitches are removed.

    It breaks my heart everytime I look at the big wound... She's snoring in my lap as Im typing this so at least she seems to be comfortable which is a rellief..
    Mam to Millie, Chloe & Rex
    Baby boy Jack (waiting at the bridge) xxxxx

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    Sending gently hugs to Chloe and hoping the results will come back ok for you.

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    Hi


    Oh I do so hope thats the end of it and all the reasults are OK ,your little girl has been traumatised enough ,so best wishes to you both from

    brian ,Dawn and Luke


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