Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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27 December 2012
Oooooh! I'm SO glad you took a video and posted it for us! Yippee skippy, Libby! Might I add, that her core strength from shaking off all that water, with added float-coat weight, wet fur weight, and a slippy floor must be slammin'. WTG!
ACL tear in right hind leg 12/5/12 and scheduled ACL repair surgery 12/21/12. Pre-op xrays revealed osteosarcoma. Amputation 12/28/12. Chemo (carboplatin) started Jan 10, 2013 and ended on April 5, for a total of 5 doses. He handled carbo like a champ! No side effects. We started metronomic therapy at his third chemo and have been also doing some holistic treatments. He's a lively, playful 10 year old huskie-boarder collie and a very proud member of the Winter Warriors! Our love. Our funny little guy!
24 April 2013
Pool Party!!!!!!! Atlas says...Cowabunga dude!!! Lets see Georgia is only 12 hours from Indiana! LOL!
The iceberg thing is total genius. Did they have that prior to Libby's amp? I've watched it a dozen times. Libby's friend barking really gets Sophie flying around barking, looking out the windows for the visitors. Tee hee. Cruel mommy.
All I've been doing is dreaming of a pool for Atlas.