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    Default Ben age 12

    Trying out my new camera on Sunday 5th Jan
    Ben (Blenheim)

    Still missing Toby (Blenheim) and Ciara (Black and Tan)
    www.tobydug.co.uk

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    Such a handsome fella!

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    Ben is such a handsome boy! I just love all the oldies. He reminds me so much of my Sydney. Thanks for sharing.....please share more of your love!y boy.
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    He has a beautiful face, very handsome. i love the old boys, my Gus is 12 also.
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    Wow he can certainly move for an old gent! My sweet Bubbles has acupuncture every week as her back legs are giving up wish she could move like Ben he is adorable! Love the oldies!
    Anne.
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    Mishka (tricolour) at the rainbow bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mishy View Post
    Wow he can certainly move for an old gent! My sweet Bubbles has acupuncture every week as her back legs are giving up wish she could move like Ben he is adorable! Love the oldies!
    Ben has back end weakness / leg problems as well, this time last year he was falling over, showing signs of arthritis, he had lost a lot of muscle in the back legs and I was fearing the worst.

    He had cartrophren injections most of the last year every month and he is also getting what I am told is western acupuncture and I am now doing physio on him every day and finally he has been started on a non steriodal anti inflamatory that is showing no side effects (metacam makes him ill)
    At the last vet nurse visit his muscle girth in the back legs had increased, they recon this is due to the physio making him workout. Today he ran a little and I had to run after him as he was heading towards where a friend feeds his feral cats (FOOD!). He is also getting up on the settee under his own steam but using two footstools as steps.

    I would try the physio as it is definitely helping Ben.
    Ben (Blenheim)

    Still missing Toby (Blenheim) and Ciara (Black and Tan)
    www.tobydug.co.uk

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