Tragedy by Steps at Merseyway Xmas lights last night
When I read this on Twitter today about my home town, I thought, ‘Oh no!’
They even had video:
I just read this on Facebook:
Stalking is when two people go for a long romantic walk but only one of them knows about it.
A couple of weeks ago, we received a reminder card through the post that Toby and Molly were due to have their booster jabs. There was also an offer to download a money-off coupon. The Hub phoned the vet, made the appointment, and off we went yesterday.
They had no record of our appointment but fitted us in anyway. Turns out Toby didn’t have his booster last year because, at the time we took the dogs, his lesions had returned, he needed antibiotics and he couldn’t have the booster at the same time. He was injected several times at several appointments and we had thought as we cried into our wallets that one of those was his booster jab.
Never mind – at least we had the money off coupons to make it a little easier this time.
No, we didn’t. The coupons weren’t valid for this particular branch.
We came away unimpressed yesterday – not only had our beloved dog been unprotected for a year, he needed to start a whole new course of immunisations at a boosted price, they wouldn’t accept our coupons and they hadn’t even known we were going to turn up despite the Hub making the appointment a week earlier.
When we got home there was a message on the answering machine:
Hello! This is anonymous from another vet’s. Toby and Molly missed their appointment for their boosters today. If you would like to make another appointment, please call back on number given.
The Hub had made the appointment and downloaded the coupons for one vet’s practice, but we had visited another.