Since she wasn't in distress, had no temperature, wasn't dehydrated, and her heart rate was normal, the vet went with treating her for a possible Gastrointestinal Bug or a possible Pancreatic Bug. We began treating for both...
In 4 days, I made 3 trips to the vet.
By day 4, I was feeling slightly frantic. Because I'm WAY MORE ATTACHED TO THIS DOG, than I should be. Especially KNOWING, I'm going to outlive her by a good 20-40 years...
By day 4, I was willing to do whatever it took to get her back to normal again.
This all started in the wee hours of Tuesday May 16th, and FINALLY, on Sunday, May 22nd, she seemed more like herself. By Monday, she was obviously on the mend... Thank GAWD...
My heart SO can't take this. I therefore, hereby proclaim, this is to be my first and last dog. Ever.
And if she thought she was unhappy before... Well, the blue, cone of shame, most definitely didn't add to her self-esteem.
Like I said, LAST DOG.
Onto less stressful things, like my project life album. Here's a look at Week 15.
I was not pleased about the hamster, even though it was my own doing [I made a deal with Madelyn at a weak moment] However as far as hamsters go, he was a cute little fella. When it was clear something was wrong, I felt really bad...
The following Sahlin Studio product was used:
Highs and Lows - Elements
Highs and Lows - Journal Cards
Highs and Lows - Papers