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    Nothing solid to report. He was his usual waggy self at the vets. He manipulated Murphys legs, and put some pressure along his back. He never reacted at all. He also checked his glands, which were also fine.

    He gave him a shot of Metacam and told me to keep an eye on him.


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    Just glad Murphy is better. God they know how to make us worry.
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    Yes, they are good at worrying us. The hubby flexed off early after hearing his "boy" wasn't well

    The Metacam has definitely had an effect, he's very bouncy this morning.


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