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Matting? Oh dear, never mind. ‘Looking forward to her extra special photo on 21st then :).
Yes she's pretty fluffy and has awful matting in the hard to reach areas of her head and under her chin .

I keep brushing her daily and trying to cut it best I can ,but it's a slow process.


For the first 2 months on the steroids she didn't groom much
 

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Well Lola is looking very content with herself. She’s stolen my seat!

different story earlier in the week, she started sneezing, which I didn’t think too much of until a few days later she had a sneezing fit and sneezed blood (honestly I did not realise how far a sneeze can go). Anyhow off to the vets we went, she only had a 5cm piece if grass/seed stuck up her nose! The vet was able to remove it and without the need for sedation.

she bounced straight back and seems right as rain now. X
 

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We have a little Yorkshire terrier two houses away. Last summer they thought he was going to have to be PTS because he was constantly banging his head on the ground, was collapsing, not eating. Anyway, he went for a procedure at the specialist vet - after seeing their usual vet a few times - and they found a dart seed right up his little nose! They figured he was banging his head on the ground to try to get it out! I think it was so far up there nobody could see it. Blooming awful! Poor Charlie.
 
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