We had a visit by a Tierartzen, a.k.a. a vet. Andreas Mertel had come to see us both – George and I – to witness our taking of Milbemax and to stamp our passports – so we can make our way home on Tuesday.
Our Milbemax had to be taken at least 24 hours before our return and not more than five days … and as our Monday was going to be a busy day, Mummy had made an appointment for us on Sunday. So he came on a house call.
I didn’t know who he was so I barked at him when he first arrived but I guess he has a way with animals and before I knew it, my tail was wagging. And if Mummy had a tail, I think she would be wagging it too. 🙂 So he didn’t just come to give us a pill, he listened to our hearts – wonder what was Mummy’s heart rate. And George wanted to get in the action. I had my Milbemax – in fact, we took it with no problems. Little George getting some attention And we had our passport stamped! Now we’re ok to go back home.May’s comment: How amazing was that. The vet made a house call on a Sunday morning – just to give the Milbemax and stamp our passport. All that for a lot less than back in London.