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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you so much everyone. Haven't joined the group yet but will take a look We think the tilt is looking better, and he seems perkier. He's back at the vets on Fri for a check up xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you so much everyone. Haven't joined the group yet but will take a look We think the tilt is looking better, and he seems perkier. He's back at the vets on Fri for a check up xxx
    Great news to hear that there has already been some improvement x



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    Thought Id update...Hes now much less tilty. Vet was happy with his progress and were continuing the course of antibiotics xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thought I’d update...He’s now much less tilty. Vet was happy with his progress and we’re continuing the course of antibiotics xxx
    Excellent !



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    Brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thought Id update...Hes now much less tilty. Vet was happy with his progress and were continuing the course of antibiotics xxx

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    Thank you all for your support xx

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    Yay, such great news! So pleased for you and well done to your gorgeous little man.

    Hope he's continues to improve xx
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    What wonderful news. You did a wonderful job getting him prompt care and treatment. Sending you and he some positive vibes for continued improvement.

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