A story to cheer up your day - so much expertise and care :) Lucky Ruby.
Check it out http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1260007/Ruby-lurcher-rebuilt-40-vets-... Great case and pictures :)
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It is wonderful to see such care and attention given to a living creature. It's a sad reflection on humanity as a whole, however, that we lavish so much care on a lurcher (and I would emphasise that I have no quarrel with that!) but in some countries a human being would be left at the roadside to die if he didn't have the money to pay for the ambulance.
I love love love the blue background but sadly it makes the text almost invisible. However this story warmed my heart yesterday as I read the story in my newspaper over breakfast...and it isn't often that happens. The Lurcher that love and care and dedication rebuilt. Though I have to second GB's comment on our failings where many are concerned.
sad, but true.Thanks for the feedback too.and will see what I can do with the writing tonight Moannie :)
I recognise some of these people! One is a student who thinks he is gods gift to women and creeps me out when he sees practice, the other was in the year below me at vetschool. It's a small world for us vets!
Ouch to the cost a lot of practices do the same work and charge a lot less but that is the joys of the "big boys" they can charge for it. To quote our vet after doing a major op (soft tissue repair and triple fracture repair) as cost was an issue charging £3000 total. Could have gone to ..... (local referral) and they would have been £3000/fracture as .... charges that as a minimum.
Comments welcome....always love to hear what you think!