Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Good.

Woodwork sprayer nice man, efficient worker - just gone.
Delicious night's sleep after awful one the night before.
Taken Tess to the vet's for more Apoquel tablets for her allergy to pollen - the best way to get a tablet down her is to wrap it is a tiny fragment of ham.   She would sell her soul for ham.
Off to watch Nigel Slater's programme on Middle Eastern Cooking - last in series, starts in six minutes - so apologies for the hurried post tonight.

12 comments:

JayCee said...

I didn't realise that dogs could also suffer from hay fever! I sympathise with poor Tess as I have suffered since childhood. I hope the pills work for her.

Tom Stephenson said...

You should have put STOP between each sentence Weave. That would have brought back memories of young lads on small, red, BSA Bantam motorcycles.

justjill said...

Our cat has asthma! We had one some time ago who had hayfever, tho the vet said not, but he only sneezed - a lot - when the pollen count was high.

Heather said...

I wonder if a few of Tess's pills would help me! I have had hayfever for the first time ever though I may had a bit last year. My eyes have been so itchy and the skin around them is red and sore. I sneeze, cough and am always blowing my nose though I think the worst of it may be over as today I have felt more comfortable.
Hope you sleep well again tonight - there is nothing like a good night's sleep to set you up for the day ahead.

Joanne Noragon said...

Things to do, places to go, people to see! Love you, Weaver.

angryparsnip said...

Hope Tess feels better soon !
parsnip x

Cro Magnon said...

I watched 63 UP last night, so now I know what you were talking about. Very interesting programme

Derek Faulkner said...

Pat, if your vet is anything like those round here, I bet you are paying treble what you should be for those tablets. My ex-wife has the same tablets for her dog and gets a prescription from her vet for six months supply and then buys them on-line at 0.66p a tablet an upwards. that saves her, even including the prescription charge, over £150 on the vet's charges. Have a look at the cost of your tablets, divide by the amount and see what each tablet is costing at the vet's.

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thelma said...

I use icecream for Lucy's pills. She is also off to the vets today, seems under the weather and not eating properly.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Ah Tom - those were the days.
Derek - I shall do exactly that next time. Seventy six pounds for a two minute consultation and a box of pills.
Thelma - I am not an ice cream lover so really don't know whether she would go for it - but what I do know is that she is crafty and can spit it out the minute I stop watching. She loves ham so much that she gulps it down.

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