The sound of a big sigh of relief

The all clear was given today. The scars are healing, the fluid build up gone, only a couple of days worth of antibiotics left.  I breathed a sigh of relief that Daisy is free from visiting the vets for a while and is back to her bouncy old self. So that’s one visit to the vets looking at a mammary lump, and it is finally all over after an operation, a check up, suture removal, drain fitting, fluid draining, the drain out and a final checkup. I am glad the insurance company is taking care of the bill!! Not to mention the mess she has left all over the house with her fluid drain. And the carbon footprint being left from washing all those vests regularly.

Shh don’t tell Daisy but she is still having to be all dolled up in her designer vests (aka ASDA children’s vest). Here’s a tip don’t by dogs tops from Pets at Home for a staffie cross they don’t fit and they are expensive. Plus you can’t beat 4 vests for £2 they look pretty cute too. You could almost use them once and throw them away at that price. Actually the vests come in pretty well for keeping dark coloured dogs cool in the heat too.

A big sigh of relief was also heard from Daisy who resumed the pleasure of daily walks, nice weather we had for it too. She has been out and about terrorising children delivering newspapers, swans with cygnets, not to mention trying to pic fights with collies. She even had a trip to the doctors surgery to drop off a prescription and went looking for blackberries with her Daddy.

It will only be a matter of time before swimming in the beck can recommence, a wet giddy dog, be afraid be very afraid!

Love Maddie and Daisy x

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3 Responses to “The sound of a big sigh of relief”


  1. 1 jetpops July 25, 2008 at 11:23 pm

    I’m glad Daisy is getting better, and LOVE the vests! Great idea 🙂

  2. 2 Saint Lover July 30, 2008 at 2:44 am

    She looks so stylish in that tshirt! Glad she has the all clear and can get back to enjoying her wonderful life 🙂

  3. 3 Aussie Daisy July 30, 2008 at 11:50 am

    Hi friend,
    So glad Daisy is all better now. I am sure in no time the OLD Daisy will be back in full swing and keeping you all very busy ! !


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