July 9th 2012 11:46 am
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Update on Fizzy: It's not pancreatitis, it's his gallbladder. It's not an emergency to have it removed right now. They're continuing to fast him to see if his triglycerides go down. If it doesn't, surgery. *sigh* All of this was caused by his food, and I'm pretty pissed about it. It all could have been avoided. Yeah, he doesn't have bladder stones, but he's now super sick. They're going to work with me to find a new food. If I don't like it, there's a holistic vet in Beaver that I'm going to take him to. I was VERY adamant about him not eating his prescription diet anymore, and she agreed with me. *sigh*
Thank you for all the rosettes and POP. Fizzy's feeling better (the vet says he thinks he should come home) but keep the prayers coming!
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Oh, cwap... bud it r gud dat dem hab finawwy figureded out whut da heck r goin' on in yur cute lil' Fizz-Body, Fizzy!
I r sendin' more twuckwoads ob POtP tu yu, my fwiend ♥
Food is such a tricky thing fur some of us. Glad you are feeling better. Coming home would make all of you feel much better sooner. POTP buddy. Take care.
Sending you tons of POTP buddy!
GOOD NEWS! Mommy is sad you have had the runaround with the vets about your foods, but we will figure it out. Glad you will be soon well enough to come home!!!
Hope you will get some good noms when you can see that other vet. Maybe you will feel way better on 'natural' food.
Sorry that you, your Momma and all who love you, have to go through this.
OMD! We are so grateful it isn't Pancreatitis! The prayers will keep coming!
Why is it food tends to make some of us sick? I hope you get something yummy to eat soon that won't make you sick.
Hope the holistic dogtor can steer you in a better direction. Our pawrent took her heart dog, a little Miniature Schnauzer girl, to a homeopathic dogtor after the regular one couldn't answer her dietary questions. Between that and getting a computer, she found out how badly she had done by relying on the big mainstream dog food brands and mainstream vets to tell her what was good for a dog. Also, finding the magazine 'The Whole Dog Journal' was a very good thing!