The Friday Night Thread (t-f-n-t)

Pawz

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Sending hugs, what an awful time you are having, hope your little bun is alright x
My day was like a bad soap opera, it even included my son falling over and knocking some teeth out while he was still at his after school club and I was leaving the Animal hospital on my way to go pick him, suddenly I got a call about his accident. Thankfully the teeth he lost were all milk teeth, but none of them were wobbly or ready to come out!
 

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My day was like a bad soap opera, it even included my son falling over and knocking some teeth out while he was still at his after school club and I was leaving the Animal hospital on my way to go pick him, suddenly I got a call about his accident. Thankfully the teeth he lost were all milk teeth, but none of them were wobbly or ready to come out!
Oh so sorry for you, what a day! :hug:
 

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I am sorry @Pawz what a rotten time you are having. I hope things improve for you now.

Fingers crossed for your mum's sale @Bill & Ted . I hope you don't get any more trouble from the dog, poor piggies.
 

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I’ve had a very mixed today 🙂
My Mum’s retirement apartment has finally had an offer which we have accepted. The apartment has languished on thr market since the very start of the Covid outbreak. older people have had no taste for moving home so it’s really good that it looks like it will be finally sold which will free up money for her care.
This afternoon we had quite a nasty scare with the piggies. We put them all out in their runs when we got home from the boat and they were enjoying the grass and fresh air. We later noticed the sound of a dog barking and two people calling for a dog, it was obviously missing or slipped its lead. Then they started walking down our drive 😱 The dog had got down the side of our house and was in our rear garden jumping at the runs and barking and growling very loudly. The dog was promptly caught and secured to its lead. Luckily the piggies are fine, but I was quite worried they might be shocked. Turns out it’s our new next door but one neighbours 🙄 I’m just hoping that this dog is not going to get out again now it knows were our piggies are. We have two side gate, but one was left open as OH had just carried round a bale of hay to store in the summerhouse.
NOTE to anyone who thinks letting their piggie roam free, don’t be tempted! Ours would have been dead if they had been free roaming, luckily the runs and arks are very secure
Oh no, how scary. Glad to hear that the piggies are ok. It really bothers me how many people seem unable to control their dogs. I think there are lots of 'lockdown' puppies that have had no training and are now running riot.
 

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Janet and John (the new neighbours) have been round to apologise! They brought me a bunch of roses and they have moved the lock on their side gate above child height to make it doggy proof and children safe, so fingers crossed this has just been one of those things. Didn’t mention dog muck as I can’t prove it’s their dog, but they did seem genuinely sorry and concerned for the piggies welfare 🙂 so I’ll give them the benefit of the doub and I wished them a very happy retirement 😊
 
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