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Update on Kürt - New Rescue Puppy!!!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by turkeylad, Jul 29, 2009.


  1. turkeylad

    turkeylad PetForums VIP

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    Well hes made it through 2 nights 3 days - he is very poorly. He has kennel Cough severe infection of eyes and lungs. Currently being fed 50mils of goat milk and chicken every hour and 50 mills of water. Has an injection of anti biotics every morning for next 6 days eye drops and cough medicine every 2 -3 hours.

    Unlike any of my other rescue animals he has no survival fight - really hard work and very very sad. Just hope he pulls through.
     

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    aww bless him :( you're certainly doing all you can for him though! Is he being kept apart from your other dogs? It'd be awful if they caught anything from him :( one poorly doggy must be hard enough!

    I'm sure given enough treatment and love he will pull through :)

    has your OH forgiven you yet :p?
     
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    thats so sad sending love to puppy, hope he pulls through, at least he has someone nice looking after him, so hes got a good chance, plz keep us updated on kurts progress xxx
     
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    Oh no, what a beautiful little boy. TL you're a star thank you so much for all that you do. I really hope the little lad pulls through xx
     
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    aww bless him, hope he pull through, you are doing a great job.
     
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    Fingers crossed for this little boy......im sure he is in the best hands possible.......
     
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    Poor little fella

    I hope he makes a full recovery x
     
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    Poor poor puppy :(
    But he is very lucky to be with you and I hope he gets better and finds some fight to survive.
     
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    Oh bless him, he looks so sad. He is with the best person possible and if anyone can hel him through its TL!!

    Has your oh forgiven you yet?
     
  10. hazyreality

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    At least he is good hands with you. We will all keep fingers crossed for him I am sure, in the hope he gets some fight in him, and with your care goes on to live a great old life :p

    *Heidi*
     
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    Awwwwwww TL he is already looking better on the photo, well done and keep up the good work!
     
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    Poor Kürt. I really hope that he pulls through - sending loads of positive vibes to Turkey for him.
     
  13. turkeylad

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    No that could take longer than getting Kürt better!!
     
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