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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by sallyanne, Jan 19, 2008.
Starts on Monday,
Anyone going to be watching?
Yes me, it sounds interesting.
Oh yes,, i loved that thing on gangs he done,,,,,,,i see him on richard and judy,,, talking about it it sounds good,,, i like him,,,,,,,,,,,,
Idea: our souper moderator could do ongoing TV programms update!
he's crazy!!! you couldn't pay me to go there!!!
We would never know - he might be scared to death!
me ither, should be interesting to watch though
No amount of money would tempt me there.
its probably more about a fame and carriera
My OH works for the M.O.D and goes out there a few times a year. ALWAYS scary for me (and him) I tend to avoid the news when he goes over as most of the time there is no contact and I then spend the whole time worried sick!
I will be watching it...providing I don't get called into work Looks very interesting.
i watched the ross kemp on gangs which was also scary but very good
What is M.O.D.?
Hes' obviously good at this sort of adventures.
which could leave him without dentures,
but with great ammout of fame,
and he could Afgans to blame.
Ministry of Defence
ohf...I see....TA. Hows your doggy doing?
Not good, had the results yesterday. He isn't producing any factor 8 at all. The vet said it would be kinder to let him go...but I'm not convinced. He doesn't appear to be in any pain and he's happy playing about. if he deteriorates I will have a rethink, but until then let him enjoy the rest of his time with us. Vet said he could go at any time, from a walk...play...tumble etc poor little sausage
what is factor 8?
Bless....I am the same. As long as baby happy and playful - why should you PTS him?
He has haemophilia Elana and needs to produce factor 8 for his blood to clot...he doesnt...therefore no clotting, o everytime he knocks himself or has rough play he bleeds into his joints, which can be very painful for him...he screams the place down!. He has had no knocks over the last couple of weeks...but its bound to happen at some point again, hes a pup! and loves to play with Meg (his mom) eventually it will be a big bleed and I dont want him in pain...so
poor little thing....cuddle him please from me. CAN IT BE INJECTED OR SOMETHING? What do they do with people who has it?