rough collie rescue midlands

Fran Litherland

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I live in Stoke-on-trent and have owned rough collies for 25 years.  My latest boy is called Teddy a blue merle.  A lovely boy but very shy and nervous, but getting better each day.  We take him on lots of walks and he is getting used to the traffic and everything outside.

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Reply shirley Dennis
11:22 AM on July 17, 2012 
Hi fran sorry iv only just seen ur message i hope teddy is better now & yes they are lovely dogs i love looking on er but i would want to adopt them all xx
Reply Fran Litherland
3:31 AM on September 25, 2011 
Since I post the above Teddy has been very poorly, but I am glad to report he is better now. The vet has suggested that the walks even in a quite country village stressed him so much that it resulted in an ulcer and he has had a change of diet and complete rest at home. I now have a lovely boy back. The trouble was on walks he had what can only be described as irritable bowel sydrome. Impossible to pick up and eventually he began vomiting and went off his food. At home he is happy confident and playful and loves his house and garden, but the outside world is just too much for him. We are just happy to have him back to normal. The traffic jused to terrify him but we got him used to it but now walks are out for the moment. The vet even suggested putting him on prosac but I don't want to have him on drugs when he is such a happy boy at home. Anyone else had this problem. I must add that he is sweetest dog in temperament that we have ever had.