Doggos


#942

Maybe the tape hiss is winding him up…


#943

It’s all the 1970s soul. He’s more of a disco dog.


#944

She had just come off a long walk including a swim in the pool on the local common.

But yes she is missing her owners when she’s not scoffing food and playing in the garden.


#945

One of our goldies isn’t looking good this morning. Very lethargic and almost struggling to move. Got a vet’s appointment shortly, but given we know they have kidney issues I am fearing the worst right now :frowning:


#946

Fingers (and paws) crossed for you


#947

Hope it all goes well.


#948

Hope it’s not too serious Jon.


#949

Echo all of the above.

My dog (German pointer), who is usually a bundle of energy, had similar symptoms a few years ago. Got up on a Saturday morning and she wouldn’t move from the chair she sleeps in and just seemed dead to the world.
Took her to the vet at lunchtime who said she had a very high temperature. Gave her a shot of antibiotics and after remaining lethargic for the next 12 hours or so she gradually perked up and was back to normal the next morning.


#950

Best of luck. Hope you get a positive outcome.


#951

Fingers crossed for you Jon.


#952

Atb for your dog Jon


#953

I really hope it’s the best outcome :crossed_fingers:


#954

#955

Looks like it’s all good. Vet ran bloods and urine and they all came back pretty ok. Best thinking was that she’s taken a knock to her hindquarters (possibly her sister being too energetic), and after a shot of anti-inflammatories this morning she is now right as rain this evening.

Quite relieved


#956

Great news


#957

That’s just fantastic!


#958

Phew :grinning:


#959

Phew! :+1:


#960


#961

Basil, for some unknown reason, likes to jump on my lap and lay like this for 5 min or more.

Collies!