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Old dogs

21/12

There’s something special about truly old dogs – they may be rickety in the legs, and as grey as grey can be, the milky tide of age spreading all over their bodies – but they hold a deep wisdom that

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A dog in silent pain

06/12

I rolled into the park – a place I see some clients who live a little too far away from me for a home visit. The river rests, wide and shining, people walking past in the bright, clear sun, boats

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The case of the vanishing cough

25/11

I pulled off the main road, and onto a narrow band of bitumen that went up and up along a spur. The bitumen vanished, and I was racketing and rattling along a corrugated gravel road, swaying left and right to

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An old, rickety fellow.

17/11

A little before I went away, I was called out to see an old dog. He was a big fellow, a husky type, just clipped for summer (they always look a bit funny after that!). His mum was worried about

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Pearl’s Thunder Problems

15/11

The wind tugged at the house, then snuck in through the windows and knocked over a painting with a crash. Pearl was all of a tizzle, panting, anxious, pacing and walking, pupils dilated, ears up and stretched to hear the

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~ Sandi Wickman