I had boarded with Ele and the girls before with my mate Finn, and we
really like it at the kennels. This time was different as my eye was a bit sore, I hadn't mentioned it to my mum as she
was going on holiday.
on the 2nd day there, Beccy was cleaning my eye and it hurt, she got Ele to have a look,
and she said I had an ulcer.
Well I was down
that vets before you could know - we didn't even have an appointment!
Fergus had a look in my eye and he looked ever so worried, apparently
my eye was really bad there was a breakdown under the ulcer.He took some blood and spun the serum out
so that Ele could put it into my eye, and then got two other bottles of eye drops , some
ointmentand 2 lots of tablets.
He drew a very
complicated chart and said they had to be done every 4 hours all through the night. Ele
nearly dropped me there and then, 'every 4 hours!!?'
Then Fergus really scared me by saying if there no improvement in
the next few days they would have to remove my eye.
I didn't relish the thought of being woken up by Ele all through the
night but decided I had better behave or I might go half blind.
So I went into Ele's house every evening and watched tele, and then settled
down for the night in a lovely bed in the hall, it was quite annoying to be disturbed so often though!!
There were 5 more dogs in the house so it was very sociable to visit
back at the vets they were sooooo pleased with my eye they said I did not need to have
it removed after all, boy was I relieved.
was my mum, as Ele had rung her and told her all about my problems.
Ele and the girls carried on with all the treatment for another week
and a half until I went home- Ele seemed to have dark circles under her eyes which I had not noticed before , don't
know why that was..........??
My mum and dad were so pleased to see me and brought Ele and the girls
wine and biscuits and flowers and money, I don't why they did that after all they had had the pleasure of my company
for 2 weeks.
and Finn have been back since but I have to sleep in the kennel now like all the others,
it was fun being treated like royalty.
if any of you dogs are worried about going into kennels - don't be , they are all so
nice at Meadowcroft the time flies by.
by Jinski Beasely - translated by ele
Fergus the vet said-' I am really impressed with the level of care and
committment from the staff at Meadowcroft Kennels, it was a big task all the treatment forJinski,
we offered to keep in at the vets here, but Ele felt he would be happpier with Finn at
I happily recommend my clients