Welcome to Tisha

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Hello and welcome to Tisha!

This poor little monkey hurt her elbow amd shoulder when ahe chased a cat!
The xray showed that her elbows have never been great amd so now it has subluxated or partly dislocated. Here shoulder is also very unstable.
But she remains very happy and coping well.
The plan is to strengthen the limb and encourage the muscle to stablise the joints so they can heal. This will take time but we are confident it will help avoid the need for surgery.
Tisha has great home care and a lot of love in her life so good luck Tisha and family. We'll have you running free soon.

DVD progress update!- Filming is nearly all finished!

Filming is nearly all finished!

I am so pleased at how well this project is moving forwards.

This weekend was our big filming day. We had a lot of fun, but it was also exhausting!

Our puppy certainly kept us on our toes. She had a fun start as she simply wanted to chew everything.....luckily my nails were done in super tough Shellac, so there was no getting through those! Soon though, she let me work my magic and even I cant believe how amazing she was. She laid down and let me massage her and fell asleep. I couldn't be more proud!

We had a wonderful team of people, so thank you to you all! Adrian was our camera man and director and he did a fantastic job of keeping me calm too!

Chrysa was our photographer and she took some amazing pictures and documented the whole day. She also took the photos of the lucky dogs who also helped on the day and whos mums backed the project and got the the photo shoot reward!

We also had the wonderful Alex who did my make-up. She did a wonderful job of making sure my nails were looking good for the hand close-ups and my face was as it should be for camera!

We wouldn't be anywhere without our helpers, Sarah and Veronica! Thank you for keeping the food and cups of tea coming! And for holding the script!

But most of all, we wouldn't have anything if we didn't have our puppy star Immy the Moremma Puppy! She was a total star.....in the end! And thank you to mum, Claire, for brining her along and taking such good care of her.

Here are the photos of our day!

Make-up
Make-up
Early morning meeting to talk story board!
Early morning meeting to talk story board!
Back in make-up again!
Back in make-up again!
Ready for puppy to arrive!
Ready for puppy to arrive!
Immy arrives!
Immy arrives!
Enjoying her special tent!
Enjoying her special tent!
Logan joined us for this meeting
Logan joined us for this meeting
It was glorious weather, but it was actually too sunny!
It was glorious weather, but it was actually too sunny!
So we had to move the set...
So we had to move the set...
How cute!
How cute!
Puppy cuddles everywhere!
Puppy cuddles everywhere!
Logan wanted in!
Logan wanted in!
I'm pretty sure this is our DVD cover shot!
I'm pretty sure this is our DVD cover shot!
Logan over seeing all as the daddy of the group!
Logan over seeing all as the daddy of the group!
Puppy Star Immy
Puppy Star Immy
Puppy friend Dexter, chillin!
Puppy friend Dexter, chillin!
Benji Friend!
Benji Friend!

The worlds tallest cow

Well I cant deny that faced with this cow, I would be a little worried! She looks gorgeous though!

The guiness book of records worlds tallest cow.

Blossom was over 6ft tall!

It is so sad to report that she has now passed away after sustaining an irreparable leg injury. She was 13 years of age.

Patty had owned the female Holstein cow since she was just eight weeks old. Remarkably, Patty says she was born to two normal-sized cows but she just kept growing and growing.

Blosom with her owner Patty

Welcome to Dolly

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Hello and welcome to Dolly.

What an amazing girl. She was taken into a rescue home by a child claiming she was a stray. So sad.

She has calcified disks in her spin and this has caused paresis. She has clearly been off her legs for a while but in the last 6 weeks she has made real progress! She has had hydrotherapy and is now doing physiotherapy too. She can move her back legs but she doesnt trust them.

We are setting excercise programs to get her trusting in her back leags again and helping her to realise how much they can do!

There is a long road ahead bur dolly and her new owners are up for the challange.

Keep up the good work Dolly and parents!