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    Well.....Jon just phoned and said he walked into the house for lunch today and Harley (our cocker) was sound asleep in the middle of the dining room table...he's also taken to jumping up in the bay window and sleeping. The dog is a disgrace to dogkind. He's like a cat in dog's clothing....




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    Glad to hear it wasn't anything TOO serious....perhaps he's been geocaching too much :D




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    He's a she

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaberry, post: 8429
    Well.....Jon just phoned and said he walked into the house for lunch today and Harley (our cocker) was sound asleep in the middle of the dining room table...he's also taken to jumping up in the bay window and sleeping. The dog is a disgrace to dogkind. He's like a cat in dog's clothing....
    Sounds like a typical cocker. Willow sleeps on the beds and when you try and scoot her off she gives it the big cocker spaniel eyes and mummy and daddy end up sleeping on the sofas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 8428
    Looks most likely like a pulled ligament. Anti-inflammatory injection and complete rest for 24 hours - ha try telling a cocker spaniel not to move.

    And another 42 on my credit card I hadn't budgeted for this month. :sigh;
    Glad it's not too serious, the things we do (spend) for our pets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 8428
    Looks most likely like a pulled ligament. Anti-inflammatory injection and complete rest for 24 hours - ha try telling a cocker spaniel not to move.

    And another 42 on my credit card I hadn't budgeted for this month. :sigh;
    That sounds like what I did to my knee. Suprisingly though, the more I walk on it, the better it feels. If I sit too long, I can hardly walk.

    Good luck keeping Willow still












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    Glad it wasn't too serious - don't you just love vets bills :(

    Good luck with the 24 hour complete rest.






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    Poor Willow. Do they not do doggy crutches?





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    Glad Willow's injury isn't too serious.

    Not too sure who feels worse--you or Willow!

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    Poor willow :( Good it's not too serious. Hoping she (And your purse) is better soon!
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