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    Welcome home sweet Daisy. You will get even more fussing from your dad than usual.
    Gentle hugs from Spangle.
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    Daisy doesn't look too pleased in that picture, but I can see Poppy's tail right there probably trying to keep her company and keep her from mischief. Hopefully she'll have a good night's sleep. That is one huge bandage!! Glad she pulled through OK. Anesthesia is always a worry.
    Bev
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    Sweet girl. I'm sure the rest of the girls are happy she is home too. Get well soon!!!

    Melissa

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    hi brian
    so pleased to hear daisy is home and everything went to plan
    daisy is not to happy in the photo but she has gone through an operation
    im sure you will give her the best after care and with lost of love
    speedy recovery daisy you are 1 beautiful girl
    sending you kisses and cuddles from louie and his mum

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    Hi
    Very pleased to report Daisy has taken everything in her stride and acts and behaves as though absolutely nothing has happened, and she wonders what all the fuss is about .She has neither licked or even looked at her wound so there has been no need for the Elizabethan collar ,she has been on short walks with the others but I do carry her up and down stairs and on and off the bed as needed .We go back next Tues for stitches out ,and that's another episode over and thankfully a happy ending .

    Thanks and Best Wishes
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    Hi

    Daisy is feeling better.

    Daisy's Better 2012 by brianmurtagh49, on


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    Daisy's Wound August 2012
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    Poppy the Tri, Daisy the Blen, Rosie the Ruby and Lily the B & T

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    Her face looks nice and relaxed in the picture---glad she's better!

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    Brian,

    I've been following Dangerous Daisy's progress but have not posted in some time. I want you to know I've been thinking of you, Dawn and Daisy. I am so glad that Daisy is doing better! As always her pictures are stunning and she always puts a smile on my face. Thinking of you
    Anne Proud mother of Elton 5 and Angel Ella

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    Great that Daisy is now on the road to recovery. Such a beautiful photo of her as usual.
    Pam

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    Hi

    I have noticed Daisy is drinking a lot more what med could be causing that ?.I also noticed after forgetting to give her 6 pm Gabapentin that
    missing it did not seem affect her and this was about ten hours after her 6am one ,so it crossed my mind are the Gabapentin actually doing anything
    for her and also as it was only when she went on Omeprazole that I noted a huge reduction in her scratching .I shall of course ask her Neuro when we
    go back for her three month assessment in a couple of weeks .Any thoughts please .
    Brian M

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