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Old 10-10-2013, 03:38 PM   #541
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Shreddy gets to come home today. Yay!
Woo hoo! I know you're relieved! I bet he purrs all the way home!
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Old 10-10-2013, 03:53 PM   #542
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Oh good. I hope the treatment has done the trick.
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That is such good news taxy! Hopefully he's better than ever.
I won't know for sure until he gets his T4 BUN/CREA checked in 8-12 weeks. There might be noticeable improvement in a week or two.
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Woo hoo! I know you're relieved! I bet he purrs all the way home!
Nah, he purred when I stuck my finger in his carrier at the vet, but he made sad/upset noises all the way home. The blanket over the cage didn't work as well this time. With traffic, it took about 45 minutes.

I am very relieved and happy to have him home.
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Old 10-10-2013, 05:19 PM   #543
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Yay!!! Welcome home, Shreddy!!
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Old 10-10-2013, 07:31 PM   #544
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Yay! Shreddy is home!!!! What a brave kitty!!!
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Old 10-10-2013, 08:17 PM   #545
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Good job Shreddy ... glad you made it back home .. Mom has been worried about you !!
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Old 10-10-2013, 09:19 PM   #546
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Beagle wasn't able to hold down yesterday's cooked chicken, as I found out early this morn. Back to the vet, as it had been 6 days since she'd eaten anything without horking it up. They did a barium procedure, no blockage seen. They gave her IV fluids, another shot, more pills (for which we'll need a crowbar to pry her jaws open).

So far they've found nothing. To the tune of $750. We're all puzzled.

Tonight, she ate some chicken, and seemed to like the white rice and broth. Yay! Hopefully she can hold it down.
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Beagle wasn't able to hold down yesterday's cooked chicken, as I found out early this morn. Back to the vet, as it had been 6 days since she'd eaten anything without horking it up. They did a barium procedure, no blockage seen. They gave her IV fluids, another shot, more pills (for which we'll need a crowbar to pry her jaws open).

So far they've found nothing. To the tune of $750. We're all puzzled.

Tonight, she ate some chicken, and seemed to like the white rice and broth. Yay! Hopefully she can hold it down.
(((Hugs Dawg))) and gentle (((hugs Beagle))). Keeping my fingers crossed for you.
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If I could I would take Beagle in my arms, wrapped in his favorite blanky and sit rocking him while humming him a lullaby. It always worked on my babies.
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Thanks Guys! She's my baby, and I don't know what we'd do without her, best dog we've ever had.

Addie, she would love you to rock her and sing to her!
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Beagle wasn't able to hold down yesterday's cooked chicken, as I found out early this morn. Back to the vet, as it had been 6 days since she'd eaten anything without horking it up. They did a barium procedure, no blockage seen. They gave her IV fluids, another shot, more pills (for which we'll need a crowbar to pry her jaws open).

So far they've found nothing. To the tune of $750. We're all puzzled.

Tonight, she ate some chicken, and seemed to like the white rice and broth. Yay! Hopefully she can hold it down.

Poor Beagle, more hugs for you both!
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