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Glad to see Tesia is getting more perky, that her stitches will be out soon and that her infection is under control. The stronger she can get the better it is for whichever treatment you and your vets will decide upon.
Since the chicken and rice has barely any fat, I would probably give the regular fat yoghurt. You might even try the Greek kind, it has more protein.
Hoping Tesia is back to chasing her ball really soon. You are both troopers and are in my thoughts.
Nathalie with Flem- DOB 04/24/2004 and Col - DOB 02/28/2013
Running like the wind and forever loved : Spip - 05/18/2002 -08/01/2015
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