Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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25 April 2007
WHEEE! Oh I’m sooo hoppy to hear that things are much better! WHEW!
What you said about him turning the corner when the sutures come out is something we hear quite often with members. It really does open a new door to healing and getting on with life.
The wound care is so intensive, you guys have a terrific attitude. It makes me incredibly grateful that when Jerry’s scapula tumor was removed (it was also huge) he didn’t require such ongoing after-care for the wound. I recently read about vets utilizing fish skin/scales to heal burn wounds, so maybe some day it can be used on dogs in Chomp’s situation.
Keep on hoppin’ Chomp!
P.S. Chomp’s bandana is on the way today, sorry for the delay in sending it!