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Old 01-10-2017, 07:20 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Thank you, friends! I am so happy to have her home. She was starving, and very thirsty. I don't know if she didn't like their water, or if it wasn't offered.

It was so sad when I went to pick her up, though--a couple came in with their dog who had been hit by a car. They were hysterical and I saw one of the girls who works there mouthing that she thought it had already died. I can't imagine working in an emergency room for animals or people.
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Old 01-10-2017, 08:51 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Thank you, friends! I am so happy to have her home. She was starving, and very thirsty. I don't know if she didn't like their water, or if it wasn't offered.

It was so sad when I went to pick her up, though--a couple came in with their dog who had been hit by a car. They were hysterical and I saw one of the girls who works there mouthing that she thought it had already died. I can't imagine working in an emergency room for animals or people.
Oh my gosh. That's so sad and so scary... Poor couple and their poor dog. :'(
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So glad you came home with Zooey and lots of hope!! Hope her bloodwork is good at her next checkup! She's in my prayers!!!
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That is all I know right now, but I am so worried. She has always had normal liver blood work, so something is wrong. There are so many things it could be, but I hope and pray it's something treatable like hypothyroidism and not cancer. Could you please keep her in your thoughts or prayers? She is my little angel. I'll post more when I know more.

Oh my gosh, I just saw this! I'm so sorry Zooeysmom! I will pray for your little girl, and read on for any updates! ❤️
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Hi all, well, some good news--the ultrasound did not reveal a mass I had the option of doing the biopsy today or treating her with food and meds, so I went with the latter, since she acts normal most of the time. I hope I'm making the right decision on that. I just didn't want to put her through the biopsy if it's not super critical. The plan is to have her blood work repeated in two weeks to see if there's improvement. I get to pick her up this evening after my first client tour

Oh wow, ( feeling thankful), that's great news! Please give your baby Zooey love for me! ❤️
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Thank you, friends! I am so happy to have her home. She was starving, and very thirsty. I don't know if she didn't like their water, or if it wasn't offered.

It was so sad when I went to pick her up, though--a couple came in with their dog who had been hit by a car. They were hysterical and I saw one of the girls who works there mouthing that she thought it had already died. I can't imagine working in an emergency room for animals or people.

Ohhh gosh, that is so sad. That poor family. :-(
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I'm so glad to read your update, zooeysmom! Here's hoping the good news continues and her follow up bloodwork comes back better!
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I haven't been on PF for days...We emailed already so I don't have a lot to contribute to this thread that wasn't already said. What does your vet have for a diagnosis? It is good that there's no mass. Is she being put on any prednisone? I've dealt with this before with a few dogs or something like this...liver issues. Another good thing is Denosyl. (SAMe) Maybe it was some mystery reason the enzymes shot up and maybe they'll come back down and it's nothing. I'm hoping. And will be sending my most positive vibes to little Miss Zooey. And YOU. Ahhh...the worry. I'm glad she seems to feel okay though and is back home with the group.
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Tons of good thoughts for Zooey, Zooeysmom!

Consider looking up Country Life's Liver Support Factors on amazon. It's a human supplement also given to pets, and there is a lot of good news down in the feedback area.
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Thank you, Streetcar. How much would I give her? She gets her blood work repeated in about a week so we'll see if the Denamarin is working. She has seemed to feel fine and hasn't vomited this week
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