Jet - The little girl lost.

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Post by chocdrop » 23 Mar 2010, 13:33

What a fab idea,i will start it at this end ,infact im on with it now.xx

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Post by Blakey » 23 Mar 2010, 15:32

Brilliant idea - I'm going on a pound hunt tonight !

This little girl made me cry when I read her story. :love2:

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Post by Glenys » 23 Mar 2010, 15:57

We need to all pull together and send the biggest healing thoughts fr this girl and thank you to those who have sent a kind donation xxx

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Post by baileysmum » 23 Mar 2010, 16:31

I have just had a call from Dog Lost, as Jet's details are on their site, and the lady I spoke to has have said that their members will certainly join in the fund raising also which is good news too.

Thank you all so much xxxxxxxx
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Post by Blakey » 23 Mar 2010, 16:42

Just been round work and got a pocket full of £1.00's already ! :thumbright:

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Post by John » 23 Mar 2010, 17:01

The photo's have arrived. Particulaly Jet2 and Jet4 are pretty unmistakable. I'll be VERY surprised at any diagnosis other than Cherry Eye, a prolapse of the tear gland of the third eyelid. I'm as convinced as it's possible to be without seeing the dog.

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Post by Glenys » 23 Mar 2010, 17:29

Thank you John and for your advice which is its possible to treat this condition

This link is a bit scary but it is what people have experienced we will be looking to get the best eye surgery/treatment whichever is necessary for this girl

http://vetmedicine.about.com/b/2006/10/ ... option.htm

http://www.fordogssake.co.uk/shop/infor ... nfo_id=209

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Post by Emma T » 23 Mar 2010, 19:35

I hope precious Jet can make a full recovery, poor darling girl. Once again, thank goodness for the rescue and of course of Karen's magic healing powers xxx
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Post by jackie » 23 Mar 2010, 20:40

What a beautiful girl, so sad that she was left when needing treatment, I can never understand why people gets dogs if they give up so easily at the first sign of trouble.

I will send through some £1's for this girl :thumbright:

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Post by LSTOKES » 23 Mar 2010, 20:59

Isn't cherry eye the problem that great dane's and bloodhounds etc with droopy eyes? I've never heard of it in a lab before. Poor girl she must be in a lot of pain. She's absoloutly gorgeous. Hopefully there will be some form of treatment and she'll be fighting fit in no time.
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Post by Melliott » 23 Mar 2010, 21:00

Jet is a beautiful girl - thankfully she is on safe hands now and will receive the best possible care. Hoping for a full recovery for this girl - donation on its way.

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Post by Gemma T » 23 Mar 2010, 21:21

Bless her - she looks so gentle. :love5: Sending my donation now.
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Post by Glenys » 23 Mar 2010, 21:51

Thank you everyone again for your kind donations I spoke to Karen earlier Jet is going to Rutland house Vets where they have an eye specialist I think its thursday and ....... I may just MAY have a possible forever home for her :thumbright: news on that soon but we need to sort her out first find out what can be done xxx

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Post by Bold Barney » 23 Mar 2010, 22:13

Sent our donation for Pound for a Hound and healing thoughts for jorgeous jet. Julia and Barney
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Post by Bold Barney » 23 Mar 2010, 22:24

oooh is it you???? :hello1: :hello1: Julia and Barney
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