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    Posted: 26 September 2022 at 19:10
Oscar doesn't think it's a proper walk if he doesn't get wet.

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Originally posted by bonneville bonneville wrote:

Ollie and Rosie ... have been very frustrated at short walks in the heat and with the big boy having to rest his paw. It hasn't stopped them playing in the garden though

Sorry to hear that Brian. Hope it will go better from now on   
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I am so sorry or Ollie.. give him a big hug from me.
ps. have they checked for creepycralling grass? A pest here in Holland getting into dogs paws.
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Originally posted by Dirk Dirk wrote:

Oww this is bad for Ollie, is it painful for the dog? Must be very frustrating with the hot weather . When Will the operation take place?

Thank you for your concern Dirk. I'm taking him on Wednesday morning, it is about an hours drive so not too bad a journey and he travels well in the car. We went for the initial assessment a couple of weeks ago, after being referred by our local vet who couldn't establish what was wrong to know how to treat it, so this has been going on for almost two months.

On Wednesday they will decide what to do which will probably be to operate to remove whatever it is in the pad of his front paw causing him to limp and try to avoid putting weight on it. Doesn't seem too bad in the garden on grass. It will most likely be an overnight if they knock him out so I'm anticipating a couple of trips this week.

I'll update when I have news. Fingers (paws) crossed he will be fine soon, and thanks again for asking.

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Oww this is bad for Ollie, is it painful for the dog? Must be very frustrating with the hot weather . When Will the operation take place?
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Ollie and Rosie haven't put in an appearance for a while and unfortunately Ollie recently went lame and has to go to the Cambridge University vet hospital for an op next week. They have been very frustrated at short walks in the heat and with the big boy having to rest his paw. It hasn't stopped them playing in the garden though:

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I hope Lizzy is aware of her fame here on Dyxum!

thanks ! I'm sure she would appreciate the attention
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I hope Lizzy is aware of her fame here on Dyxum!
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