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    Looks like Barney's suitable for scanning for the research.... Hope he scans clear, it would be so good!!
    I've spoken to Penny Knowler today and she's going to try to sort it for this month.

    It's always a worry putting a dog through an anaesthetic but I think we're doing the right thing

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    I had a feeling he might be! You're very good to do this and fingers crossed for a good result for both you and the research teams.
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    Thank you for putting Barney forward. I will keep my fingers crossed.
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    Thank you SO much for doing this Teresa, it's really good of you

    I know it's always an anxious time putting a dog through an anaesthetic, especially when it is something which is not essential for their own health, but it is so important for the research.

    We have everything crossed here for you for good results - let us know as soon as you have a date please.

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    Thanks everyone, I know in my heart that it's the right thing to do....although I do feel a bit mean on Barney personally...and I will worry about it at the time. He's a healthy boy and I'm sure he'll be fine If he could choose for himself I'm sure he'd want to do it too.
    You can choose not to know the result but I would like to know either way!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teresa Chard View Post
    Thanks everyone, I know in my heart that it's the right thing to do....although I do feel a bit mean on Barney personally...and I will worry about it at the time. He's a healthy boy and I'm sure he'll be fine If he could choose for himself I'm sure he'd want to do it too.
    You can choose not to know the result but I would like to know either way!!
    This is such a wonderful gesture. Thank you so much for helping to give a healthier future to this lovely breed.
    Margaret C

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    Thanks Margaret - I do think it's worth it!! Hopefully he'll be scanned at Bath and not have to travel to Wimbledon. Just waiting to hear...I'll be so pleased if he scans clear, for him and the breed and research!! If anyone else has syptom free dogs aged five years plus please consider having them scanned!!

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