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You all have seen Buster in many of my pictures, 2 weeks ago he had a fall and we took him to the vets. He has being diagnosed with Canine hip displasia. He will never recover fully from this condition but with medication for life he will at least will enjoy his time with us. He can have a double hip replacement but that's very very expensive and he at the moment still has a good standard of life.
It´s a shame, that buster has to go through this. For a dog, who likes to run along sandy beaches, it´s not easy to slow down. Hopefully his medicine will help him to enjoy his time with you. This is a wonderful picture of Buster. It nearly looks like a painting and very realistic and three-dimensional.
Best wishes to Buster
Sad to hear that your best friend is one of a great number of dogs who suffers from this problem .... I hope he is not in too much pain, I trust you will get used to his limp (?) .... your photo is beautiful, Bryan, it really captures his expressive eyes and expression and he looks great against the low tide shiny water of the beach !!!
poor buster! hip displasia is not a nice thing to get but at least you know abou it now and get it treated, so with his medication life won't be too troublesome and painful for him! love this shot of him, bryan! the cool blue of the background and the dreamy eyes of water-loving buster, doing what he loves best: retrieving rocks and playing on the beach with his master in close reach! greetings, sabine.
Oh bless him, it sounds like he (and you) have been through the mill. But he has a very loving owner who is looking after him so well and he can enjoy many more days walking on the beach with the help of his medication. This is such a great picture of Buster enjoying his walk.
Hope it is a little better with your buddy Buster, a sad story..such a pity...give him a hug from me!!! Thanks for your message, I do hope that you soon do not have to blow the cobwebs off your camera and that the work is getting in to normal ;-)