Too quiet

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  1. Jacqueline Mckendrick

    Jacqueline Mckendrick Penny and me Forum Supporter

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    Well never thought i would say this but my house is too quiet. Penny is recovering in vets after speying op. I should be relishing this few hrs of peace but i have been so occupied with my whilring dervish never giving me a minute that its very strange without her. She will be back to me in an hour when she is less sleepy and no doubt she will soon enough be back to driving me nuts. Just goes to show what a major part of our family she has become. :hug::heart:
     
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    I know what you mean. I feel exactly the same when Mrs Snowy has taken the boy somewhere and I'm at left at home.

    The place feels strangely empty. There's nobody coming to nudge my hand with a wet nose. I can move around without a black shadow. And the place no longer smells like we've got Chemical Ali staying with us. It's strangely peaceful but it just feels so "empty".
     
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    Yes, just so "empty" when they are away....
     
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    Aah bless her - hope she is ok. Red goes for her spay in 2 weeks - not looking forward to it.
     
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    Hope she's ok and recovers quickly. I don't like that echoy emptiness either. Life is more fun with a dog.
     
  6. Jacqueline Mckendrick

    Jacqueline Mckendrick Penny and me Forum Supporter

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    Penny is back home ...lampshade collar lol...she is so sleepy and just lying down..is it normal for her be shaky and shivery..i presume its just normal recovery behaviour
     
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    Yes, they can be quite whiny too.

    Keep her warm xx
     
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    Shaky whinny and of course Moo s old favourite barking. She sounds like a werewolf ,hopefully Penny will just sleep and wimper a bit and not start the call of the wild . It's the anaesthetic it takes a while to leave their bodies keep her warm and quiet. Xx
     
  9. Jacqueline Mckendrick

    Jacqueline Mckendrick Penny and me Forum Supporter

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    Back to herself..starving and trying to jump about..now the hard work begins :eek::tail:
     
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    Glad to hear Penny is feeling better again!
     
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    Bailey has been spayed today, she’s 7 months old. Since getting home she has understandably been whining a lot but she has spent most of her time in the garden. She’s in for a minute then wants to go out, in, out etc. Doesn’t seems to know what she wants bless her. She slept on my lap for a couple of hours then back to the in, out routine. It could be a long night.....
     

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