CinderDee wrote:Hang in there, Katrina. I sometimes felt the same way when Kato was going through chemo, especially this last time when he almost died. We do the best we can. If it weren't for you she might not be with us now.
katiek0417 wrote:CinderDee wrote:Hang in there, Katrina. I sometimes felt the same way when Kato was going through chemo, especially this last time when he almost died. We do the best we can. If it weren't for you she might not be with us now.
I don't know how you did it, Dee...seriously...this absolutely kills me...we were giving her the amikacin last night, and she started yelping...and it breaks my heart (and it doesn't help that Greg gets mad at me when I break down in tears )
I know that she wants to live...at least I hope that's what she wants...she has no life right now...she's on quarantine, she goes to the bathroom a few times a day...but it's out, potty, then right back in...We do bandage changes, fluids, etc...but again, it's out, then immediately right back in...no playing with us, no playing with the other dogs...I try to do short walks with her...but she gets tired pretty quick...
Thank you everyone for your support...I know I'm talking gibberish, and just being stupid...but...well, you know...I just feel bad that Dru is in pain, and there's nothing MORE I can do for her...
CinderDee wrote:You're not being stupid at all, Katrina. You're a compassionate woman who loves her dog. It's a tough thing for you & Dru to go through, but it will all be worth it once she's better and the puppies are weaned. You really are a terrific owner!
Tell Greg to lighten up or you'll ignore him next time he's sick.
cheekymunkee wrote:How is she doing today?
Dru seems to be a tough little cookie... she must get that from her Momma Katrina!
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