Thank you so much for your vibes and prayers, you guys have always been here for us and your vibes and prayers have always pulled us through. I love you, guys
As Helen said, Snowball is ok, we are hoping. He still will not put any weight on his leg and is still crying, which is why they think he may have a hairline fracture, but the xray is not showing in outright breaks.
They gave him Buprenex and Metacam. He was sleepy but will not go to sleep and has not eaten anything all day.
They said to call them in the AM if he hasnt eaten by then.
Does anyone know of anything to build his appetite? I know with cats its bad to go longer than 24 hours without food, but does anyone know what it is with dogs? Should I be giving him pedialyte?
Jim taught Snowball to jump out of my window into his arms, which has always been a "cute trick", until today when Snowball did it with Jim's arms full. Snowball went over Jim's shoulders and landed right on the concrete and could not get up, crying out in pain.
He's a Bichon, prone to dislocations, but this was a really hard fall. I you guys could continue to keep him in your prayers.
Originally Posted by Rosiemac
Oh no, Snowballs the cute white little dog of yours isn't he Pam?
Lots of mega healthy healing
coming over for him
The poor baby, i hope the pain gets under control soon
I'll move this to the health forum.
Thank you, Yes Snowball is my little white fluffy dog
Originally Posted by catsallover
Oh no! I have said a prayer- are you at the emergency clinic on Acton Rd? That's the one we use (and where Mattie's cardiologist, and Othropedist and physical therapist are) and I really like them. Please let us know how Snowball is when you get a chance!
We went to Acton Road, they were really nice with us and treated Snwoball well. But they took FOREVER!!!