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    Hi Sinead

    She is by far the most vocal of the four and her Groomers say she sings to them as she has her shampoo and set but her snoring has always been around 9 on the Richter Scale since we have had her ,but her chesty wheezing I have really only noticed over the last 4/5 days but as I say she does not have a cough as such thats why I am hoping the vet just says to me its a chest infection only .
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    Hi

    And what a HORROR Daisy is ,her heart is as strong as an OX but she does have a chest infection and enlarged glands ,so after a complete medical with special attention to her heart and an antibiotic injection she is fine but I could have throttled her on the table (I tell a lie cos I couldn't really ) shes had me worried stiff for the last couple of days and I am bxxxxx sure its that name Daisy that does it ,but I did enjoy having just her with me in the car and at the vets that was nice ,so Daisy says sorry for all the concern she has caused to all and Thank You and she promises to behave better in the future.
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    Great news Brian
    And as for you Daisy.....keep your Dad on his toes

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    What a relief
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    Well done on taking her Bri & im really glad it was nothing too bad Tho youve still got "A MAN DOWN"!! as i always say to either of my girls when the other is not 100%,i hope your brave soldier is better soon

    just reread that if it doesnt make sense to any except me ie;as Bri knows Ruby got stung on the paw this morning on our walk,Jelly still wanted to run about so i picked Ru up & jogged home with Jelly,saying to her "we got a man down Jels,man down" Oh the things we do!
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    G & Ruby(ruby girl!)B:04? Ex PF rescue,she came to me in '08 & has SM/MVD & she's a special princess & Jelly Tots(B&T girl)B:20/3/09,a real cuddles cheeky chops & the baby of the family!

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    I would also caution anyone against naming their cavalier Daisy!
    Brian I'm glad it's nothing major. It was well worth your while getting her checked out.Respiratory illnesses are misery for us two legged creatures so naturally if you can ease the stress of the wheezing,so much better for the little imp.
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    Aw Brian do I know what you mean about fearing bad news. I'm glad you got it checked out, hope your (all of your) darlin's are feeling better soon.

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    HI

    just a thought by tupup,Daisy is still not right she has now started like a dry retching but only occasional and Pops has also developed a type of cough but its as though she is trying to cough something up that may be stuck in her throat and Daisys appetite is not great .So could it be a mild dose of kennel cough .
    Brian M

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