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PostSubject: Re: Dogs on Hospital Wards   Sat Jun 24, 2017 3:03 pm

malcolm wrote:
Take it easy there Goldie girl you are trying my patience, and I don't want to have to close another thread.
OK Malcolm accept your conditions and will be ignoring Davo from now on.  smile
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PostSubject: Re: Dogs on Hospital Wards   Sat Jun 24, 2017 3:24 pm

That's up to you Goldie no need for an announcement.
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PostSubject: Re: Dogs on Hospital Wards   Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:19 pm

malcolm wrote:
That's up to you Goldie no need for an announcement.
Why not Malcolm at least Davo knows on an open forum instead of quite whispers. I am not a particular fan of email,  some tend to drag years worth of email from 1066 to bring to your attention.

I did have to reprimand a member whilst moderating  once as he had email going back years to use as evidence against members.  One a moderator.  I saw all her emails to him about  other members. I advised in a private email to destroy them. What was the point of dragging up things from years ago. Unfortunately he got banned and not from my instigation. 

I have now emailed Davo but think it's best just for now I do not respond to his threads.

We probably will get back to communication but until we sort out this blip I think my action is correct.

No need to lock the thread at all  hat
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PostSubject: Re: Dogs on Hospital Wards   Sun Jun 25, 2017 1:17 am

Mart wrote:
I think some species being allowed in to hospitals could be beneficial.

* An English 'Setter' to help with broken bones.

* A Bloodhound for sniffing out blood groups.

* A Monitor Lizard to keep an eye on heart conditions.

* A Nurse Shark to look after patients.

* A Secretary Bird to help with the paperwork.

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very droll and a few more perhaps?


Some cat a ‘rats to deal with eye problems

A cockatoo to help with penile transplants

A buzzard bird to deal with faulty calling systems

A minor bird to deal with day case

a kangaroo for hop in and hop out cases

and a partridge for the pear tree?
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