Use of cookies on this web site: Farkham Hall collects no personally identifiable data in cookies. However, a number of social media and search engine companies place tracking cookies without our consent or co-operation. If you wish to avoid tracking, please read our cookies policy, where you will find links to resources that will help you set your browser accordingly.
Show Cookies Policy
Accept & Continue
Join Mailing List
Search my 'blog
Find word or phrase...
Keyword
Find posts dated...
Date
09/10/2012: Be careful what you search for
Recently the Farkham pooch was a little off colour, and the local vet has retired. The answer was simple, search the wonderful world wide web for someone who could cure my animal so set about Googling furiously for just such a person.

Eventually, a dog curer was located, luckily not far away, just the other side of Far Kingtown. Duly, the ailing pooch was loaded into the Farkham jalopy and we headed over to meet the nice Mr Armoo Pacowzass. Thinking that he must be a devotee of the James Heriott school of veterinary surgery, I looked forward to having the family canine cured and restored to full health.

On meeting Mr Pacowzass, I thought his white coat was a bit grubby, but guessed that he had had a busy night. When asked how long it would take to cure the family poodle, his reply of two weeks seemed rather a long time for such a minor ailment, but he assured me that Fido would be fully cured, so I left him to their miniistrations.

Come the day to collect the cured animal, I drove to Armoo Pacowzass' premises with great anticipation. Well, you can imagine my surprise...

See more news items in our blog.

Post a comment on this page.Click here to request Information on blog item 18
Share this story
Link to this story (copy/paste): https://www.farkhamhall.co.uk/page_32.php?pgenme=wiblog_solus&blogsel=18
 
share us on facebook
share us on twitter
share us on pinterest
share us with a friend
get us to call you back
Where's Farkham Hall | Home | Online Shop | Calendar of Events | The Wurzeliser | The Squire's 'Blog | Contact Farkham Hall | Data Protection | Links

© Content copyright Farkham Hall 2019      Terms Privacy Sitemap   Layout and CMS ©The Village Websmith  contact websmith

Page generated in 0.0119 seconds.