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K999
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PostSubject: chuffed with (lazy) Mizz   Fri 24 Aug 2012, 11:02 am

Poor Miz does seem to have reactions at this time of year to something. This year her ears have gone a bit red and sensitive again but also something irritated her pads.
The other week we noticed her limping and beggining to hold her leg up, she had nibbled at her pad and basically taken the main pad half off!
This obviously meant no walking for a few days...always a potential nightmare for the dog owner! But to our amazement (and relief) it didn't effect her at all, she just hung out round the house and slept, dozed and chilled out for nearly 4 days. Not even an inkling she needed to burn off some energy! She only seemed to want to spend more time sitting with us on the couch.

She's back walking again and I think she's actually missing the lazy days of no walks! Proper lazy.
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PostSubject: Re: chuffed with (lazy) Mizz   Fri 24 Aug 2012, 1:22 pm

Aw bless her, I wonder what it is with reactions? After 4 days Reubs would be in the shed pulling his lead off the hook lol

Do you treat her with anything for her reactions or do they tend to clear up on their own?

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PostSubject: Re: chuffed with (lazy) Mizz   Fri 24 Aug 2012, 3:06 pm

Poor Mizz - please keep us updated on her pads - xxx

My boys can be sooooooooooooooo lazy at times too - such a hard life been loved isn't it
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PostSubject: Re: chuffed with (lazy) Mizz   Fri 24 Aug 2012, 5:48 pm

strange isnt it when we think they will really miss their walks and they dont, Cassie can be lazy too, glad Mizz is feeling better and she back on her walks
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PostSubject: Re: chuffed with (lazy) Mizz   Sat 25 Aug 2012, 9:23 am

Poor Mizzie, my Ruby is always doing this it's such a nightmare!

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