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Not for the Squeamish
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Been a couple of long days in the Longjon household, our Lurcher, Basil, has just had his massive op at the vets to remove a large mass from his back leg, he only weighs 22kg and the lump was a kilo. Que no sleep for the first 2 nights. Sleeping on the floor next to said dog, he does suffer from seperation anxiety, and lots of gimping about.

Another trip to the vets last night to remove the tubes in the picture and a happy dog, apart from having to wear a lampshade on his head for 2 weeks until his stitches come out,

The pictures are not pretty, the first one is an 8 hours ofter his op, the last one this morning.


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Lost pictures!!


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#3
Aaaaaaaaaaaah!  Poor Basil!  Hope hes much better soon  Smile
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#4
awww poor basil, hope he has a qucik and hassle free recovery.
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#5
Poor Basil, glad everything has gone smoothly and he is making a recovery, looks nasty but sounds like you have given him the pampering he needed!  Smile
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#6
Seems happier... hope he recovers fully.
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#7
:o glad it was a succesful operation.. +1 for the full recovery hopes
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#8
Oh bless his little heart!
Give him a combined "well done & get well soon" Sketchy Cuddle from all of us ok mate.
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