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Brilliant news that Rosie is on the mend :D

Give her a lovely hug from me, Meg and Maisie

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Hi Martin, such good news of Rosie. You and Kathryn are doing so well for her.

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Glad Rosie is recovering well. Nice to meet you and Rosie the other day Martin, she really is a little gem.

Alison x
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Hi Martin - so glad Rosie is doing well. Fudge had a non-malignant melanoma removed from his lower lid 3 years ago and it is amazing how good his eye looks. No sign of a scar. Fudge traps flies under his lampshade!
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mollymunch wrote:Glad Rosie is recovering well. Nice to meet you and Rosie the other day Martin, she really is a little gem.

Alison x
Nice to meet you too Alison !! :)

Your very lucky to work for a man of Mr Locke's calibre....he's a wonderful man !!

Karen, the Receptionist has also been brilliant in helping me with all the Dogs !!

I'm sure you'll be brilliant at the job too !!! :lol:


MARTIN.
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Please take a look at my latest thread on ROSIE !
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TODAYS UPDATE ON ROSIE.

Rosie continues to recover very well and went for a walk in the country park yesterday with Billy and Lady.
She really enjoys her walks and is getting stronger and fitter.
The after effects of her op are completely gone and she is enjoying life, as it should be.
Her eye is still a little bruised but is causing her no trouble and the bruise will disappear in a day or two. I'm certain she must feel much better now that the aggravating growth has been removed from her eye. Today is the last day of her antibiotics and she is eating better than ever.
Every morning she is the first to greet us at the bottom of the stairs with her tail wagging. She really is a little love !!!

Let's all hope her new owner comes along soon to give her the loving home she deserves !!!


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Post by benjiesmum »

Oh, I do hope her new owner gets in touch soon. She really is a sweet darling dog. Someone is going to be very lucky indeed to have her as a pet. I'd have her myself if I didn't have a houseful already. :)
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LATEST UPDATE ON 'ROSIE'.

We've just come back from the vets where Rosie has had the last of her stitches out and a full check up by Mr Locke.

He has now discharged Rosie as being fit and well, and at her target weight of 24-4 kilo's.

I think that's about the final update on her health and condition that I can give you. Apart from the fact that she is now pain free, and a very happy and contented little dog !!

All that remains now is for some kind person to step up and offer Rosie the loving forever home that she so deserves !!!
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I hope that Rosie finds a home very quickly Martin to help relieve the pressure on yourself and Kathryn. Well done to you both for nursing this lovely dog back to full health and giving her the love and affection that she so badly needed.
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Yes, I agree with Jackie- she's spot on with all she says.
Well Done to you and Kathryn

Love Alison & Rosie XXX
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WARMS THE HEART to read of this act if such kindness. just read the news and it is all so depressing- really cheered me up to be reminded that there are lovely people in the world :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Hope a new family come forward soon

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THANK YOU !!!
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GOOD NEWS FOR ROSIE

Thanks to Glenys, Rosie could be going to her new home very soon !!

A kind Lady in Anglesey has offerred Rosie a home but it has yet to be confirmed. We''ll miss her, but by the sounds of things she will be going to an ideal home.

I'll be speaking to the Lady concerned on Saturday so I will have more news then.

I'll let you all know A.S.A.P.

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All crossed her Martin x
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