Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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27 September 2010
im a nervous wreck this mornin. have to leave in bout 20 mins to drop my little girl off at the vet. she knows there is something goin on cuz she couldnt have her cookie after goin potty. shes layin on the blankets ive put next to the bed for when she comes home. gotta keep myself busy today or ill go nuts. gonna go finish buyin stuff i need to prepare the house but dont think that will take nearly enuf time up. i pray evrything goes smoothly.
24 September 2009
Cathy, we send our love and well wishes for a speedy recovery, keep us posted OK?
FYI, this is a continuation of the topic you started in "Tripawd Parties." We moved it here because this is a more appropriate Forum to discuss her diagnosis. You may want to update newcomers with her diagnosis here. Please continue talking here, or as she recovers you can start a new one in the "Treatment and Recovery" Forum.
Thanks for understanding.
20 May 2009
I remember that fear! My heart and prayers will be with you today as Libby has her surgery. Stay busy! Read the forum topics on what to expect when she comes home.
Debra & Angel Emily
Debra & Emily, a five year old doberman mix, who was diagnosed with an osteosaecoma. She had a right rear leg amputation on May 19, 2009. On November 10, 2009 she earned her wings and regained her fourth leg.