Saturday, February 21, 2009
Adi Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Have a hard day
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It all started last night (Thursday). "Nothing to eat after ten."
Adi had her teeth cleaned today (Friday--but I'm posting this for Saturday). She also had Xray's of her heart to check on her heart murmur.
Our ride to the vet was fairly nice, Adi was pretty quiet. She knew something was up that involved her, something not good.
She decided there would be one more pit stop before she went into the vet's office. For a minute or two I think she forgot about the ordeal she was going to have.
At the vet's a young lady came out to see us. She greeted Adi in a nice voice. I gave her the leash and Adi headed off with her. She did stop in the hall for a last hug and goodbye from me. I told her to be a good doggy and she headed on in.
I got the call (I called the vet) about three. Adi was ready to come home.
The green bandage covered the place where her catheter had been in place. She was all smiles and hopped into the car. Adi was also a little loopy still from the anesthesia.
All was okay, her heart was normal sized and her teeth had a lot of plaque which was removed. She is on light duty for five days but otherwise is all ready to go again.
She spent a lot of time on this bed. At first she was very much wanting to know what all was going on but as the evening wore on she relaxed more. She did a lot of sleeping.
Since she didn't eat in the morning, I gave her three 'half meals' and some Blue Bell Vanilla Light Ice Cream a couple of times.
Things are looking up again for Adi.
Adi is a good girl. I know she was pampered and well cared for by you.