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  8. Beo

    Pets to Vets

    This is from the PDSA website. Most common in large, deep chested dogs. If you have such a dog please make yourself aware of these symptoms and get your dog to a vet as soon as possible. A word of warning though - our dog had most of these symptoms but in the taxi to the vets he appeared to improve because he stopped retching and just lay down panting. He wasn’t getting better: he was actually deteriorating.
  9. Beo

    Pets to Vets

    In the trunk 😉 We picked the dog up from the vets today - the operation was successful and he should make a full recovery. Hopefully my bank balance will make a similarly good recovery soon!
  10. Beo

    Pets to Vets

    We had a nightmare situation last night when our dog started displaying all the symptoms of GVD or bloat at 8:30pm while we were moored at Polesworth. Our car was was at our home mooring a day’s cruise away. We knew how important it was to get him to the vet quickly because our last OES sadly died of GVD. So began a frantic search for an emergency vet (Willow vets in Shirley) and a taxi company willing to take a large, poorly dog. We struck lucky and found DLO Taxis who were fantastic and got us there in time for the dog to have a successful operation. It makes me wonder if we should have a list of pet friendly taxis pinned on this thread?
  11. @Captain Pegg Yes, definitely all the 11 locks 👍
  12. He was, yes. But credit where it’s due - he set every lock for us on the way up. And when we reached the top lock there was a warm welcome from the other 2!
  13. Big thank you to the Atherstone vlockie who helped us and the boat in front all the way up the flight this morning. 👍🙂
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