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    Sorry to hear @Calstar

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    Sucks when our furbabies get sick Calstar

    DS had his first day at care today and came home full of beans! I thought they were supposed to come home tired? Lol. They said he had a good day, bit unsettled in the morning.

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    That's great Heids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    Getting there.
    Sadly he'll always have the condition now, it's just a case of monitoring & maintaining with meds. And hoping he doesn't have another 'episode'
    So sorry to hear. Poor furbaby xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heids89 View Post
    Sucks when our furbabies get sick Calstar

    DS had his first day at care today and came home full of beans! I thought they were supposed to come home tired? Lol. They said he had a good day, bit unsettled in the morning.
    Yay for a great first day

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    Yay for a great first day
    Yeah it was a relief that it went well. I was most worried about his nap. He sleeps between 2-3 hours for his nap in his cot and they sleep on little beds at cc. He ended up having a nap for just over a hour there so that was good.

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    Thats great @Heids89 dd took weeks to sleep in daytime at daycare and has just started sleeping there for 2 hr periods. When he gets more settled might sleep more or just enjoy the toys

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    So sorry to hear about your furbaby @Calstar
    May I ask what the condition is? And what type of dog he is. He is so cute!

    My sister is getting a poodle x maltese x shih tzu. I'm so jealous. I can't wait until she get's her puppy!

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    @Heids89, so good to hear he had a great first day! It'll make dropping him off easier, knowing that he is happy in that environment.

    Little Miss I. has just started getting upset when I drop her off. Breaks my heart! She is very much a mummy's girl at the moment.

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    We have been talking about a puppy for so long but it's just not right yet. We don't have a backyard, and we can't afford extra expenses right now. Plus we are out all day every day.
    I've told him once there's a baby and we know what we can handle then we can talk details.

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