Was up all night with Fiona a few night ago. She was acting like she was in pain and it came on all the sudden. Gave her a Tramadol. Did nothing. She was pacing and panting and acting like she was going to puke. She'd been eating rabbit poop that day, so I thought she was feeling sick. Gave her two Pepto Bismol tablets. Nothing. Then I thought it was her liver. None of her symptoms matched with liver failure. Back to the pain theory when I watched her try to lay down, after pacing for hours and hours. She couldn't extend her front legs. She was so anxious that I gave her a couple of Inositol, which may have slightly helped. The only thing that calmed her down was going outside and sitting in the rain. She was actually quiet and sitting down. We were under the pine tree near duck fence, where we talked. She told me her secrets, I told her mine. By the time we went in it was 6:30am and we'd been out for an hour. By 7:30am I woke up Mark to get ready to go to vet. Thank God it was Friday and our vet was there. Just before Fiona's 9:30 appt. she finally laid down while Mark stroked her head and started to fall asleep. She was exhausted from pacing, panting and being in extreme pain. The vet gave her a new pain pill to use for 3 days along with her Galaprant and she slept all day on and off, as did I and Fiona is looking so much better.
Thank God for our vet and modern meds and thank you for taking care of our girl and all our dogs. We are so grateful her life isn't over yet.
Fiona is doing great and back to her bubbly diva self.
Lots of POTP for Fiona. We know she was so appreciative of all you do for her.
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Love an woooos Fiona, stay strong,
Nuk & Timber
Hi! Finally got the pictures to load. I guess mobile devices no longer work with Blogger? Anyway, I'm glad your girl is doing better! Poor sweetheart!
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