to hear from Langfords, the Veterinary Hospital. Took Fletcher in today because of this limp he's had off and on for the past 6 weeks or so. When we arrived there were one or two doggies and their owners in reception and Fletcher being the nosiest dog EVER in the world, really wanted to go and say hello to as many as possible, regardless of their injuries, dressings or attitude. He fell in love with a young female Labrador whose back leg was trussed up like a turkey dinner, poor thing. Anyway, we were called through and this lovely vet, who didn't look much older than a school leaver, :skep: thoroughly examined him from tip to toe, I have to say I was VERY impressed with her She was knowledgeable, spoke in very plain English, no jargon, and said they would try and get a CT scan done this afternoon, or if not it would be tomorrow, either way, Fletcher was not coming home today. We are expecting her to call after 6 tonight and tell us whether or not he's had the scan, and also their assessment of him without medication. (I could not take him all that way without pain relief), so, it's the waiting game now, and the house is very strange without him, although he's very gentle and quiet, he is always next to me, or beside me, or at my feet, and he's not there - a very odd situation and not one I'm happy to be in and will be delighted when it is rectified I can assure you.