Worming day!

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Worming day!

Post by Springfield » 02 Feb 2010, 16:57

Rosie's pups are just over two weeks old, so they needed to have their worming medicine :( :( From the reaction I dont think it tastes very nice. :2008:

First we had to weigh each of them so we knew how much to give them:

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Their little faces said it all. Carol & I felt very mean, but we know its for their own good! :love2:

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I think Carol ended up wearing as much as the puppies ate! Rolo shook his everywhere! :1968:

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Post by SueA » 02 Feb 2010, 17:05

Sue and Carol

I hope you can sleep tonight :2006: :2006:

Poor little souls :2039:

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Post by Blakey » 02 Feb 2010, 17:06

:1973: :1973: :1973:

Well done little angels on taking your medicine. It might have tasted nasty but Auntie Sue and Auntie Carol were only doing it so you don't get anything nasty ! All over and done with now.

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Post by Linda&David » 02 Feb 2010, 17:11

Not funny but had to laugh,a job that has to be done. :thumbright:




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Post by tosca100 » 02 Feb 2010, 17:36

Bless 'em, didn't like that did they? They look really chunky now, I bet the ones reserved have very impatient new families waiting and watching! Lovely.

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Post by Glenys » 02 Feb 2010, 18:06

poor pups I know worming day is horrible but at least it well imrove their little tummies.
Love the scales Sue :hello1:

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Post by Emma T » 02 Feb 2010, 18:18

The scale pic is outrageously cute! Poor little ones, it would be so much easier if we could explain to pets why they sometimes need medicine! x
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Post by Diesel Kate » 02 Feb 2010, 18:44

I thought how adorable they looked beign weighed :1973: :1973: :1973:

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Then could not help but laugh at the pictures of them with the wormer all round their little faces. :1967:

Carol and Sue you are doing a fantastic job with all the pups :love5:
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Post by gillyb » 02 Feb 2010, 19:48

They are all gorgeous :love5: . Can't imagine how hard it must have been trying to get their medicine down. It's hard to believe that our chocolate chunk Reuben was once as tiny as Rolo is :1966: :1966:

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Post by rhoda4 » 02 Feb 2010, 19:59

Poor little loves but it was for their own good. :1961: They are so beautiful.

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Post by mollie » 02 Feb 2010, 20:06

Aw, bless them :love5: :love5: :love5: :love5: :love5: :love5:

Anyone that's had a bad day (not that I have!) ought to have a look at the pup pics! :1956: :1956: :1956: :1956:


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Post by arlyj » 02 Feb 2010, 20:14

Oh poor wee mites, you can almost hear them thinking

eeeoooowwww that's not mum's milk

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Post by Seamusmum » 02 Feb 2010, 20:24

Awh, bless :love5:

I'm in total admiration, they are a real credit to all your hard work (and sleepless nights!) :love3:
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Post by Lins » 02 Feb 2010, 20:43

Never mind puppies. It's over now :( and a job well done by Carol and Sue. :thumbup:

As usual, brought a smile to my face - especially Rolo :1968: :1968:
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Post by Melliott » 02 Feb 2010, 22:40

Fab pics, loved the weigh in - can't help but smile at the other pics - I can almost hear the protests from here - I think I need to come and rescue them!

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