Bear seems to be feeling a bit better this am. She's not limping as bad as yesterday and the swelling seems ever so slightly less. I think the tramadol/rimadyl combo is working enough to keep her comfortable. Yes, you are right, Tuesday can't come fast enough!
Bear is having a good morning so far. The limping is much less this morning. I guess the tramadol & rimadyl are doing something for her. The tramadol is also keeping her more sedate which is good until I can get her to the onco vet.
I need to have a heart to heart with the onco vet about Bear's quality of life. This drug that is supposed to stop bone pain and help regrow bone is great, and hopefully I won't need to keep her doped up as much, but I'm curious if this will permanently end walks and stuff for Bear?
The solution to the cancer problem is known by breeders, but has been kept hidden from families for some years now. It is a certain fact that inbreeding affects the life expectancy of all Golden Retriever puppies by up to two years depending on the level of inbreeding. Puppy buyers need to...
Our pup is almost 7 months old and while he will lay beside you and occasionally rest his head on your lap, he generally prefers to sleep on the floor or the other side of the sofa. He absolutely loves being petted, though.
Wondered if we just don’t have a cuddly dog (sob) or if it’s something...
Kismet, now 2 years old, absolutely loves his twice weekly group hikes with his friends. I thought it would be fun to post the odd pic(ok or maybe more than the odd one lol) for others to enjoy. The look of pure joy is lovely to see. Here's the first one form last week. Stay tuned for more:)