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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Happy is not so happy - Again!

The UTI returned and Happy is sick as can be again. Same thing! We even kept him on the antibiotic a full week longer than the vet told us to. Keep Happy in your prayers. This is so difficult... :-( The vet is coming this afternoon. I managed to get a urine sample and will give that to him.

11 comments:

Sis said...

Happy is in our prayers.

Jennifer said...

Thank you, Sis. ((HUGS))

Anonymous said...

In my prayers GF ((HUGS))

Jennifer said...

Thanks a lot! Right this moment Happy is sleeping peacefully. I pray he has a good night.

Lauren said...

Keeping Happy in my prayers, Jennifer! Hope your pooch is feeling better soon. :)

Jennifer said...

Thank you so much, Lauren. ((HUGS))

Vikki said...

I'm slow getting here as always, but you know I always have you in my prayers, now I'll just include your sweet baby. I hope Happy is better now.
Hugs and blessings,
Vikki

Jennifer said...

Hi Vikki, it is so nice to see you! Just a day or two ago, I was thinking about you. Thanks for keeping Happy in your prayers. He has good days and bad days and we're just taking one day at a time and grateful now for each day we still have him with us.

AnnInMaine said...

Hi Jennifer, Sorry to hear about your pups illness. I wanted to share with you the diet we give our dog Niki.
She is 8 years old a Norwegian Elkhound, very, very active and about 35 pounds. We started feeding her a raw meaty bones diet about 4 years ago and what a difference it has made for her! She stopped eating her poop, her teeth and gums are perfect, her weight is perfect where before she was porky and lame, and her energy is wonderful! I highly recommend a raw diet if you can manage this where you live.Google BARF diet or Raw Meaty Bones Diet.

Jennifer said...

Thanks, Ann. It is a little late in the day for Happy, unfortunately. He no longer is able to chew bones. However, he eats a ton of cooked ground beef, pork or steak every day.

AnnInMaine said...

A raw meat diet is better than cooked as cooking changes the composition of the protein and fats. To much cooked fat can be harmful and cause pancreatitis. In its natural raw form
the dogs digestion can asimulate it much better with out harm.