pitbullmamaliz wrote:Are you going to get to see him?
Pit♥Bull wrote:Hope Connor has a swift recovery and you are able to keep that new vehicle
Pit♥Bull wrote:I've heard of 'soap on a rope' but not 'bone on a rope'
mnp13 wrote:Pit♥Bull wrote:I've heard of 'soap on a rope' but not 'bone on a rope'
Never a dull moment with Connor! We grind our chicken and turkey, but there's no way to grind deer femurs. I can't imagine that was the first bone chunk that he has ever swallowed, but having it end up wrapped up with the rope was the main problem.
mnp13 wrote:pitbullmamaliz wrote:Are you going to get to see him?
No. I asked the Dr about it, and she said they are keeping him heavily sedated and it's best if he doesn't get excited. It's really hard for me not to though.
maberi wrote:I can try to find that inflatable e-collar if you need it Michelle. I can't imagine a plastic one will hold up on Connor
maberi wrote:I'm SOOOO glad to hear Conner came out of surgery ok. He really is one of the sweetest dogs I have met. Connor's symptoms sound just like Kaydens when he had his obstruction. Shaking and wouldn't eat at home and then as soon as I got him into the e-vet he was all excited and I had to try to convince them he really was acting odd at home.
Ino wrote:I am so glad to hear Connor will be ok! I am sure that had you freaking out!!! Blockages and bloat are the 2 things I am paranoid about when it comes to Ino because of hearing tragic stories. Eventhough Ino tries to spit things out when he kills his toys- sometimes pieces get stuck on his tongue and go down. Rope toys are the hardest things for him to spit pieces of out. They get soggy and stuck in his teeth cause he is determined to shred them at super speeds- so I have to limit him with them. Once he starts shredding them- I have to take them away cause he would do that all day if I let him and I am sure he would end up in a bad situation. Thank you for sharing your story, Michelle. Ino was starting to make me feel guilty for taking toys away (he's the king of dirty looks) when he starts getting pieces off but now I realize it can get dangerous fast- especially since this years vet visits already have me in the hole and I am not sure how I would afford surgery. How does care credit work? I read about it once but think it said something about certain vets taking certain plans but I cant remember if that was care credit or a pet insurance plan insurance.
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