October 29th 2012 11:45 am
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Dixie will have Enucleation of her left eye tomorrow morning at Veterinary Vision in Glendale Heights. The pressure in the eye keeps increasing and the pain is increasing. Removing the eye will instantly ease her pain.
Dr. Vernot believes when the University of Wisconsin biopsies Dixie's left eye they will probably find cancer, specifically cells from some sort of blood cancer. We will have a path to follow for treatment going forward.
Dixie has something starting in her right eye. Dr. Jacqueline Vernot started to treat that eye today. I said "to save her sight" and Dr. Vernot corrected me: "No, to save her life". Truth.
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Sending much love and HUGSSSSSSSSS.
Take it a step at a time,,,, see what the biopsies say... one day at a time.
We are here for you always....
Love and HUGSSSSSSS
Flicka ∆,,∆ & Lucas /..| Cleo (I.M.) ∆,,∆ & Pam X
We will be praying. My angel sister, Maggie was blind in one for years and she was blind when she died. She did great. Mommy just could not rearrange the furniture or put anything out of place so she could walk around without running into anything.
Sending lots of love and praying so hard that Dixie's surgery will relieve her pain and stop any possibility of "c" spreading.
Our love to all~
Sully, Socks, Mom & Dad
We were so sorry to hear that Dixie's eye has to be removed. Praying for relief & healing for your beautiful girl. We will be thinking of her & you & sending lots of POtP.
Love & Hugs for all,
KJ, Rain and Mom
Sending many prayers to you Dixie and to your family...xoxo River & Trickle
Praying the removal of Dixie's eye will go as planned and that they are able to save the other eye. Sending healing thoughts and prayer♥
Love and Hugs,
Lexi and Family
Praying so hard for you sweet pup..