Marinepits wrote:What pain meds is she on? Any antibiotics? What aftercare did they ask you to do for her incision?
I can't believe that she "bounced back" that quickly!!!
Still keeping all fingers and paws crossed for a good biopsy result... and sending some gentle butt scratches to our new tripod girl.
BullyLady wrote:And that is sooooo sweet about the girl at your vet's office, you just know Trouble is receiving the best care there.
I can't believe Shanna wouldn't let me bring her home...hugapitbull wrote:he had no idea why this young blonde was crawling into the vehicle. He's thinking maybe we could keep her She hugged Troubie, petted and talked to her and gave her a goodbye kiss, jumped out of the vehicle and was off just as quickly as she appeared.
airwalk wrote:Shanna, a tip just in case she begins to bother the incision site..some do, some don't - our last amputee was a stitch bugger and everything we tried she would find a way around...until we put a toddlers tight fitting t-shirt on her, then used vet wrap to keep it down.
No stick, no fuss, no stitch bugging.
iluvk9 wrote:I am wondering if dogs have 'phantom leg' like humans do?
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