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Old April 9th, 2009, 10:44 AM
ScottieDog ScottieDog is offline
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I think for mine, it is something between love and hate, perhaps I should say they "tolerate" going. Mac never had issues until the day he needed blood drawn from a vein in his neck. Since then, he will cry/whine a bit, but there are so many good smells that he settles quickly. Cassidy does well. She trembles a bit when we get to the office, but she is very social. Now my sweet little Tipper was my trooper. She would cower and shake at the vets, but when she got so sick, vets became her lifeline. She would sit very dignified on my lap showing her Scottie spirit and reserve. She saw so many specialists during her final months and would trot back for her procedures with her little tail high and her head raised. This little sick girl truly showed what the "Diehard" nickname meant.
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