Widget

Just thought I would give you an update. Widget is now kinda walking. She still loses her legs now and then, but is getting so much stronger. I was so worried that with my right arm being less useful than my left, I would mess up on all the physio, but something is having effect with her.

I must say I am now a lot less stressed having her with me and recovering thank you for all your kind thoughts and prayers

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  • So happy to hear she's on the up

  • Great news Debs. It's always good to hear that an animal is recovering as, unlike humans, they can't understand that what's happening to them is in their best interests. I know how stressful it is seeing your pet undergo surgery then worrying about the outcome so I'm glad you can now relax a little.

    Hope Widget's mobility continues to improve ; bless her little doggy heart.

    Love Cat x

  • Sorry cat but must disagree I know that dogs do know what's happening to them indeed our dogs drag us into the vets and into the consulting room indeed I remember Alfie baving an accident and having t go to vet hospital after discharge he saw the vet who cared for him and gave her such a fuss it was unbelievable he likes a ll the staff at the vets but this one vet is his favourite

  • Let's face it dillm, anyone presented with either of your pooches is going to be utterly enchanted. But it's lovely to hear they're not only gorgeous but so good natured too.

    I've always had cats and used to dread vet visits. Although our vet was gentle and patient, each of my cats were terrified, with two of them actually foaming at the mouth with fear. The other one used to soil his carrier and howl all the way there and back, meaning there was more trauma when he had to be held down and showered when we got home.

    I'm cat-less now and after nursing the last one through his final months, I don't think I could face it all again ; not with so many other family issues.

    I've only ever had rescue cats anyway, which often come with existing problems.

    I'd love a dog ; a scruffy little border terrier ; but as I'm often out of action for days at a time, it wouldn't be fair.

    In my next life I'm planning lots of walks along the riverbank with a little hairy companion and plenty of ball throwing in the park & of course lots of cuddles.

  • Thanks so much, Cat x

  • Yes, I agree. Though my dog did not whine and whimper, I could see herain by the expression in her eyes. Now she looks much brighter. Thanks

  • I'M SO GLD ASHE IS PROGRESSING WELL. SHE MAY BE A GOOD SOURCE OF PHYSIO FOR YOU WITHOUT YOU REALISING IT!

    HAVE YOU GOT ANY PICTURES OF HER? IN TRUE BI STYLE I CAN'T REMEMBER IF YOU'VE POSTED ANY.

    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK WIDGET!

  • How do I put a picture up on here?

  • When you're composing your post you'll see an option to 'browse'. Select that, which will take you to your photo files ; select the photo you want then select 'open'. This will take you back to your post where you'll now see a link to the photo. The link will become live when you submit your post. xx

  • Thanks so much. I'll give it a try xx

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