Her staples are being removed next Wednesday and we have an appointment with an Internalist that day to discuss how to best move forward to prevent this from happening again. What happened? Her small intestinal wall was thick with inflammation likely a sort of inflammatory decease but possibly a parasite also.
So, the bills may just keep rolling in, sigh. She's my new roof right now lol.
I'm just going to throw out an idea in reference to the expense to all of this. A friend suggested one of those fund raising things, go fund me, or something like that. This is not something I could ever do. However, I am going to say that if you'd like to help Quincy and your dog at the same time, please consider registering for one of my Dogsafe Level One classes. I'm looking at hosting a class just for Quincy but until I get that figured out, there is a class in Langley on May 21st. So all of my friends who said in the past that they'd like to take the course, now's a really good time. It was skills I learned in this class that alerted me to Quincy's being in real trouble this time. If those skills can save your dog one day the course will have paid for itself twice.