Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by Shai, Dec 14, 2012.
That's what I've been waiting, holding my breath, to see <3
Just saw this and I'm glad she's doing ok!! That must've been such a traumatizing event for you! Glad she pulled through so amazingly!
I'm glad all went well and I'll continue praying for her fast recovery.
Cookie comes home...today! I think we prepared everything yesterday but I'm sure we'll have to adjust some things. Total exercise restriction for six weeks. DVM called to let us know and emphasized the exercise restriction about five times. Finally said "I know I am repeating myself but as she wakes up more from the surgery I am realizing that she is an extremely active puppy...she is a LOT of dog though she is trying very hard to contain herself and is sweet as can be...but this is going to be extremely difficult so I had to make sure you knew..."
I assured her that I have a pretty good feel for Cookie's activity level (Level: Always) and just how difficult this would be but understand.
Let Operation heal the Cookie begin!
Yay for coming home! Though you'll have your work cut out keeping things low-key and calm. Good luck!
Be good, Cookie! <3
can he give her something to keep her dopey , not ideal but may help/
VIBEs to get her well!
Urg! Recovery can be the hardest part for sure! My saluki is on restricted exercise after having his hip repaired and it's so hard.
I can't imagine trying to keep a busy puppy down for so long! I
what's you plan to keep her busy? Lots of chews and toys?
I'm so glad she is coming home. Best of luck with the exercise restriction and healing. Will be thinking of you both.
She is home Well actually she's been home a couple hours now but we've been getting her settled. She's doing very well. We have various medication and hot/cold compress schedules to work out along with everything else so it's been busy but just wanted to let everyone know she is doing well. Thanks so much for all the good vibes.
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Glad to hear surgery went well and she's back home!
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