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Thread: Tessa is going in for surgery this morning

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    Good luck!

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    Good Luck Tess!

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    All the best Newfs and Good Luck Tess,see you on the flip side real soon (hugs)

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    Thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery *hugs*

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    Best of luck to Tess (not that she needs luck, she will be fine) and calming thoughts your way Newfsie. Keep us updated!

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    Tessa is much better..She accidentally pulled out one of the drains on her crate, on the way in to it. But it is still draining and looking good. I have polished her up a little as she was looking very dirty.

    We went for a check-up. she is off leash, due to injury.....She ran up the ramp at the vets, waited at the door and ran in to greet the vet nurse. After she saw our vet and she ran up to him smiling as only Tessa can.

    I feel good about this vet, my dog loves to go. He is the vet I went to to get all their vaccinations last year for the first time and it is just a good feel practice, they are lovely people. Just even the amount of time they spent on the heart-worm treatment last year ( cheap). Just wished he was the one we had seen on Monday. But that was just not possible
    Pets are forever

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    Just found this thread .. My fingers are crossed for a smooth recovery for Tessa..
    A good Vet is indeed their weight in gold.. We've had the same Fantastic Vet for 27 years.. Hope she never retires.
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    My old vet of thirty years, is suffering from Alzheimer ...hence the problems in the last couple of years or so
    Pets are forever

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