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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    How's he doing today?
    Hi max, he's doing better today more lively and isn't going as sideways as he was when he really didn't want to put the foot down Eating well (Not sure he stops eating!) and he's starting to move about more, although I now have to be quick so he won't jump out the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limit View Post
    Hi max, he's doing better today more lively and isn't going as sideways as he was when he really didn't want to put the foot down Eating well (Not sure he stops eating!) and he's starting to move about more, although I now have to be quick so he won't jump out the door.

    Good to hear

    Has he still got to be on 'rest if possible' restriction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Good to hear

    Has he still got to be on 'rest if possible' restriction?
    He is still on rest restriction, though I'm tempted to let him stretch his legs on the grass. As long as he doesn't go mental that is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limit View Post
    He is still on rest restriction, though I'm tempted to let him stretch his legs on the grass. As long as he doesn't go mental that is
    How will you stop him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    How will you stop him?
    Going to put him in a run, hopefully this will let him have some grass and stretch out without running ragged... here's to hoping. He's generally calm but knowing my luck this will be the day he isn't. I'll just add lots of food for him to forage!

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