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  1. Rosie came out on the hottest day to date for us, 40 degrees. She has put on quite a bit of weight, but she is in great condition, no dog smell, shiney coat, nails had been clipped and she was full of beans. I didn't exercise her because of the heat, and tried to introduce her to the paddling pool I had bought her. Not keen at first but now happily jumps in and out during play with her ball. She pee'd on the carpet when she first arrived home, but I expected that. Now she is back to normal toilet habits thank goodness. She is terrible on the lead, pulling like a train, she is so glad to be out and about. I hope I get her back to heal again soon, as my left arm is getting longer than the right one. It is so good to have her back as it makes you feel more at home. She certainly does not seem to have had any lasting affect from being in quarantine for 30 days. Now we just need to find a good pet friendly rental!!:jiggy:
  2. Has any one sent or have arranged to send their pet on a flight direct from Manchester to Australia? Golden Arrow who are in Shropshire send animals from Manchester but they have to change at Heathrow. I don't want that extra unloading and loading on to another plane, which will stress her and add extra time to her flight.
  3. Hi to you all on this site, an info would be greatly appreciated pozitive and negative, we are now pretty well into the emigration process to WA ,sponsorship has been granted, visa application is being sent of next week and the biggest bonus house sold after 12 weeks on market,so we are pretty set on going, BUT been reading lots of pros and cons on here about oz, Painter and decorator by trade is it really any good out there conpared to here, lucky enough here to have plenty of work,been in touch with a few guys and companys over there but dont seem to be finding out much on the work prospects and salaries, as you all know there is a lot of money involed in this process of getting to oz and dont want to just take a chance ,get there and the work situation aint very good so please can anyone get back to me on any of the problems that they have occured , and plenty of pozitives aswell to set our minds at ease Cheers guys Dave