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Friday, May 1, 2015

Good News and Questions

Taking Brut to the vet in an experience in itself.  Taking Brut to the vet several times in a month is exhausting!  After the visit to the eye specialist and then back to our regualar vet for blood work and blood pressure monitoring, I think we have all had it with going to the vet.  I love my vet, but not that much.  lol  In fact I took a nap after our last appointment and went to bed early that night.  Hubby, Mark and I were whipped.

The good news is that Brut's blood pressure is back to normal AND his blood test showed everything is normal.  We are still trying to find the cause of the high blood pressure and that means the last test, a stool sample to try and determine what is the cause.

So a lot of good news and still some questions.

I think Brut has had enough of vets as well.  And who could blame him?  He was a bit growly having his blood pressure taken and couldn't wait to get out of his muzzle that he had to wear for almost an hour because vet was running behind.

Say it with me..."Poor baby!"

So Brut had a rough day too, but did really well under the circumstances.  Poor guy.

Well that's about all I got for today.  All of the rest of the dogs are doing well.  Can't complain.

Thanks for sticking with us through this.  24 Paws Crossed.


Lavi Damian-Boja said...

That is good news! And good boy Brut for behaving well with the vet. Maybe some treats would make him even more cooperative?

24 Paws of Love said...

LOL! That was Brut with treats for the vet visit! He did great. He's just tired of so many visits. :(

Haopee said...

I think that's why we always tend to choose the smaller dog. I'm no big dog expert and it's always safe to choose a smaller dog. Of course, we have big dogs in the pack, and it always scares us when they get sick. Thank goodness everybody is healthy these days. Brut, maybe someday you'll eventually lose the muzzle. Don't give up hope!

Rebekah Ward said...

I'm glad you got some good news!