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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Heís been eating and pooing but the head tilt is back Collecting him tonight so got to keep a close eye on the head tilt - if it doesnít go, heíll need to go back on antibiotics but it may just be stress. Thank you for all the vibes xx


    Oh dear, does the Vet think that the not eating was actually secondary to a recurring ear infection ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Oh dear, does the Vet think that the not eating was actually secondary to a recurring ear infection ?
    Itís only very slight so they think maybe stress, itís hardly noticeable. Will keep a close eye on him in any case but heís been munching and pooping like a pro xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    It’s only very slight so they think maybe stress, it’s hardly noticeable. Will keep a close eye on him in any case but he’s been munching and pooping like a pro xxx


    I hope he continues to do so now !


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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you

    He's home with the usual Metacam and gut stimulant. Head tilt is only very slight so fingers crossed xx

    Loads of vibes for him and a hug for you.
    I hope he gets over this quickly xx

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    Thank you both, heís eating and pooing fine and I canít see any tilt any more xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you both, he’s eating and pooing fine and I can’t see any tilt any more xxx
    I am glad he is doing better and his head tilt has resolved. I hope you can rest easy now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you both, heís eating and pooing fine and I canít see any tilt any more xxx

    Great news

    Still sending vibes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariposa View Post
    Thank you both, he’s eating and pooing fine and I can’t see any tilt any more xxx
    I missed this yesterday. I am really pleased to hear that he is better now xx


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    I hope he’s still doing well today, sending vibes xx

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    Glad that he's improved. Sending more vibes.
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