Busy weekend gone with the bank holiday weekend,the last  before Christmas so punters quite rightly make the most of it. Mind things have changed a bit ,in the good old days it was a full weekend ,now people are a bit more sensible and tend to go out on the sunday and have a day of recovery on bank holiday monday. Have seen busier times but after having taken holiday makers to airport , good to see the pizza/kebab shops still doing roaring trade at 4.30 am for the stragglers . Monday had a phone call from sister Barbara to take her to Durham Hospital for clinic for her  “Arther itis (pick up at Bishop Auckland) . We arrived at 3.30 to be told there was a massive delay ,eventually getting out at 6pm which was a right pain in the a*** for us moving bookings as well as sis after her injection.

                        Airport and train bookings still going ,in fact prob get busier with holiday companies sitting on a load of unsold holidays, here ‘s hoping. On the #delvespuss  aka Misty front Sophie and Ben telling us she is going for her second injection (another pain in the ….) and getting chipped also  having a sniff around the back garden and is coming on a treat after her poorly paw.  Only a couple of days left of school hols left and mornings getting darker with heavy traffic to look forward to ,but autumn is a great  mellow season.


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  1. Hope the microchipping goes better than it did for our dog, Minty. We thought the injections were over and were leaving when the vet called us back and said she’d forgotten the microchip. Went back in and the needle was more painful than Minty expected and she let out a blood-curdling scream and wriggled, which made it worse. This could be heard in the waiting room and the look of horror on the faces of those waiting was a sight to see when I carried her out crying and dripping with blood.

    I’m sure this was a one-off and Misty will be fine 🙂


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