I've been following this thread since your first post. When I saw there was another post on here I held my breath and read it. Whewwwwww what a relief. Now i feel dizzy holding my breath. Lol. So happy for you and Bob. Merry Christmas!
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I am sooo happy that this was something that the vet could fix!! I was worried along with you. I WANNA KISS YOUR VET!!! (Feel free to tell him that there is a little old lady in Ohio who wants to kiss him/her, but promises not to, if they reduce the bill a little---LOL)
SUCH GOOD NEWS.
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I was a late comer to following this thread, just having read it all in one sitting. What a fabulous ending to a hard story. I am so sorry you had so much worried time, but so happy for you that everything will be ok. It goes to show how much we have to advocate for our companions. You did great all the way through. Thank you for sharing this story. I will remember it if I ever have to deal with a vexing problem like yours.
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Thank goodness! Can you believe all that anxiety and expense are from a single blade of grass? If I were you I would panic every time I saw Bob sniffing anything. PaddleAddict you nailed that diagnosis, very impressive. But I do understand why Bob's vet had to proceed in a special order just in case. Now you will be able to rest easy in more ways than one.
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