Jet post operation

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by natty » 11 Apr 2010, 15:27

still beautiful :love3: So glad it went well

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by kathryn » 11 Apr 2010, 21:15

Just catching up so glad the operation went well...

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by baileysmum » 11 Apr 2010, 21:26

LSTOKES wrote: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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We think she is still a young dog, maybe between 2 - 3 years of age. But you never know for certain, she has all her adult teeth and they are really clean so the vet doesn't think she is anymore than 3 if that.
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Re: Jet post operation

Post by Mad Maisie » 12 Apr 2010, 09:16

Jet you are such a gorgeous girl!!!

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by Ann Mee » 12 Apr 2010, 19:27

What a sweet face doesn't she look happy and well. I'm amazed how quickly she seems to have recovered. It must be all the TLC from Karen, Neil and Bailey the expert fosterers :thumbright: :thumbright:

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by Glenys » 12 Apr 2010, 21:07

It never ceases to amaze me the resilience of dogs especially dogs that have probably not had the best of starts.
How they live with disabilities its I suppose the way that what you never had you never miss.
Its lovely the way Jet has wormed her way into all our hearts because she is such a little Star like Tasha with Carol having a whole bonus year.
I have always said that if I felt a dog had no quality of life I would let them go well a year before I lost Mattie we had a scare her legs went from underneath her and she was in a bad way we lifted her into the car and I sat in the back with her I said to Sam I am not ready to let her go.
The Vet said lets try this and gave her some injections and she was ok for a whole year of happy life then that last day she was with us I knew it was the time and I was prepared to let her go it was heart breaking but her time had come.
Jet has a whole new life ahead and hopefuly a new and special home to go to and hopefully we get to see updates on her life and we all get to think yes we all pulled together and did that for her.

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Re: Jet post operation

Post by Diesel Kate » 13 Apr 2010, 15:12

I think the pictures of Jet look remarkable. If I did not know I would not have thought there had been anything wrong with her eyes, they look so different.

I am sure she is going to make someone very happy when it is her turn to go to her forever home.

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