CinderDee wrote:When Reglan stopped working for Kato they gave him Cerenia and it worked like a dream.
amazincc wrote:CinderDee wrote:When Reglan stopped working for Kato they gave him Cerenia and it worked like a dream.
Same for Mick...
Sending butt scratches to Sofie.
When Reglan stopped working for Kato they gave him Cerenia and it worked like a dream. I hope Sofie feels better soon!
plebayo wrote:Sofie feels like crap. Period. I was so worried about her last night. She is weak, when she goes to lay down she stands there for like 15 minutes and then just slowly sinks. She hasn't eaten in 36 hours - still will not eat this morning.
I looked up the bloodwork online [I'm bad I know... LOL] The vet who is on today will have to interpret it but nothing is too out of the normal ranges except her T4 which is .6 the norm is 1.0 - 4.0. Her ALT is 132 normal is 12-118. Other than that the things that are "low" are only by a few points.
We'll see what the doctor says, we have to do something she feels horrible.
Obviously I'm not her doctor, or there to see her, but the T4 can be lowered when there is concurrent illness, and doesn't always indicate a problem with the thyroid gland. The ALT doesn't concern me, especially if there was any hemolysis (breaking of the red blood cells) with the sample. Even so, it is not high enough for me to get worried.
Is she on anything for pain already? Sometimes pancreatitis can be painful as well.
Sometimes just having a little supportive care makes them feel better and turn the corner. I will be pulling for her and for you. I know it can't be easy right now.
plebayo wrote:YAY she's hungry!
I gave her a couple of i/d meat balls and she ate quite happily this evening
Hopefully the catheter can come out tomorrow, cross your fingers for us!
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