Jet post operation

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Jet post operation

Post by baileysmum » 10 Apr 2010, 13:08

Hello everyone as promised here are some pictures of Jet post operation.

I have tried to get as close as possible without making her look too scary, please also bear in mind that her eyes are a little bit swollen at the moment but will go down in a few days.

She is fine in herself no after affects apart from some damage this morning around the house, labrador's and buster collars do not mix very well do they. :1962:

Here she is after retrieving a ball -


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Now tell me who can resist this beautiful little face !!!!!! This was taken a pre-op. She's probably seen the photos of Bonnie and Bella and thought "I can stick my tongue out as well"

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Please also remember that her eyes are small one of the Ocular Defects and also her right eye does look blue this is due to having no lens and a cloudy cornea, and her left eye is kind of brown (should have named her Bowie!!!!!). So her eyes are never going to the same as another labrador but beleive me she can still give "the look".

Anyway hope you like them, will post more as the swelling goes down.
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Re: Jet post operation

Post by Bold Barney » 10 Apr 2010, 13:33

She is sooooo Beautiful and so brave. Barney and I are in love with her! :love6: :love6: :love6: :love6:
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Post by Gemma T » 10 Apr 2010, 13:42

She's so lovely!! She just seems happy no matter what!!
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Post by Bev Rowley » 10 Apr 2010, 14:10

She is so beautiful and what a brave girl. :love5:

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Post by tosca100 » 10 Apr 2010, 14:13

Doesn't matter what her eyes look like, her lovely nature shines out at you. :love2: It;s quality of life that counts and she obviously enjoys that! :bounce: Good to see her recovery is so quick, no doubt speeded by excellent loving care from her special foster family. :love3:

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Post by chocdrop » 10 Apr 2010, 15:56

she looks so much better karen,bless her she such a sweetie .
well done jet for being so brave. :thumbright:

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Post by mollie » 10 Apr 2010, 18:25

I honestly don't think her eyes look too bad at all! Pretty incredible in fact, considering she only had her op two days ago! I really was expecting them to look much much worse than they do :1952: :1952: :1952: :1952: :1952:

She's beautiful!! :love5: :love5: :love5: :love5: :love5:
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Post by Lins » 10 Apr 2010, 18:32

Oh what a difference, and I assume her eyes can only get better after only a couple of days. Thanks for all your love, care and attention you have afforded this sweet girl, her personality does shine through. Lovely. :love5: :love5:
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Post by jackie » 10 Apr 2010, 20:11

This girl is such a special girl, she seems to have taken everything in her stride when you think what she has gone through in the last few weeks.....but just look at her, she is happy and very relaxed.

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Post by Glenys » 10 Apr 2010, 20:13

Amazing to see her so improved so soon

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Post by rhoda4 » 10 Apr 2010, 20:35

She looks lovely, so happy. :love5:

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Post by Melliott » 10 Apr 2010, 21:48

She looks amazing, and so very brave and she looks so happy in your care Karen - thank you so much - she is truly a very special girlie :love5:

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Post by Cheryl » 10 Apr 2010, 23:55

She looks so beautiful, thank you for keeping her safe and sound :1954:

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Post by janhind » 11 Apr 2010, 07:44

Amazing how much better her eyes look already, i'm sure she is a lot more comfortable now. she wont be waiting long for a forever home hopefully.

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by LSTOKES » 11 Apr 2010, 14:32

Hey glad to see jet is doing better. Looks like she's very happy in her foster home.just out of intrest what age is jet?
... anyhoo sending healing thoughts.

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