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9 July 2018
Here is the link on how to make DIY onesies to cover her incision: diy-baby-onesiet-shirts-cone-of-shame-alternative
Sorry, the bone broth comes in a boxed liquid.. already pre-made. Matter of fact, I think the last one I got was on chewy.com.
So good that she is starting to wander around, definitely a good sign. If she does not drink for you, the vet will probably check her for dehydration and give her fluids if necessary. Dehydration can make them feel really terrible as well as make them sick, so you are right on top of it!
She sadly had a rear leg amputation, and not her front. I can seem to find anything for rear.
Chewy doesn’t deliver to Canada unfortunately. I’m going to see if I can find some bone browth locally. Fingers crossed!