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  1. The packaging contains no warning about possible side effects, including comas … And ETS Smile for me please, Aiden 1-4 Aiden 1-4 ! Thanks for looking!
  2. One sleep ago we had piktur perfek weather and a BEEG day. Today we had rain and a much smaller day, lol. April 25 is Aiden's 7th Gotcha Day. How is that possible. He was my collateral dog after I'd signed up for Paddy Mayhem, the boy who w'ant rite, and the boys made the trip together from St Louis along with 38 LWFs. This was Aiden yesterday, which is exactly what he did the moment he stepped into our camp seven years ago when Seamie and TPGIT welcomed the boys home He and Cletus KLTO went for a long ride that included a lovely walk and stopping for treats and a sing along http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTM5scDnTsw And, April 25 is also this! Snugglers, post-BEEG Gotcha Day celebration Wate. Thare's moor! April 26 is Aiden 1-4's *11th* b'day Doesn't he look thrilled ... We had a bit of a party This is a bit long but here are all the campers scavenging for birfday and gotcha treets! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALH9gqSY1vo Happy Birfday #11 my young man, Aiden 1-4, and Happy Gotcha Days to Aiden & Cletus KLTO! Thanks for looking, and for going along on these adventures with us!
  3. And you wonder if you had a good time An dats awl eye habs to say abowt dat
  4. For everyone Our nearby video store hosts open mike comedy nights as well as music of all flavors. Tomorrow is a blues jam session and today it was all Irish. The harmony on "Danny Boy" was so moving, made my eyes leak. Aiden was unphased about that lol, but seemed to enjoy just hanging out with new friends and some 1:1 time with his momma. Happy St. Paddy's Day! Two words rarely uttered together "Saint" and "Paddy"
  5. Aiden's second surgery on his RF toe was in August. Our awesome vet connected with a toe expert at OSU (thanks to GT!) and we learned that Aiden's toe presentation is apparently "classic for dislocation" whereby the lateral ligament tears, casing the toe to lift and the bone to pop through the skin, thus the "tearing" that we've been suturing. OSU sees this all the time in greyhounds because of their thin skin, whereas in other breeds it would be a non-issue. Under sedation, on the offending toe they cut back the nail to the base so that it doesn't make contact with the ground, which subluxates the bone. Because we routinely dremel so short anyway, we pretty much have that covered. OSU saw all our xrays including those from last year (shoulder, wrist, so much with this poor dog), and couldn't appreciate any osteomyelitis which is great. If the toe blew for a third time our options would be to put Aiden under and cut the nail way back, or amputate the toe. Cutting the nail does carry the risk of the nail eventually growing back, which would necessitate another surgery (#4), so that option came off the table. Annnd, over the weekend the toe blew again. We are scheduled for amp a week from Friday. Sigh. Don't tell Aiden but he's also getting a dental. Sigh.
  6. Aiden had surgery in April on a toe on his right front foot, pre- and post-proc pics are here. The toe was healing and early on we decided to leave the sutures in place just in case. Unbelievably, the toe has opened and we are facing another surgery We had done xrays of the foot and couldn't appreciate any infection of the bone but I am going to have them do another set of films to see if there is any change in that regard. Recently on the big foot pad I've noticed some discoloration that is directly in line with that lateral toe. I really don't want to take the toe but this issue has been ongoing and I'm wondering if that would be the better route. I do think there is more going on. Thoughts appreciated.
  7. 9/19/15 Update: Aiden is doing well! He has had #5/10 Baytril so far and is such a good boy during his disinfecting. The hole is still there but there is only minimal oozing at this point. The bruise on his right thigh is also healing up nicely. While we will never know for sure how this happened, my suspicion is this: We have a large row of perennials in the front yard, which is where the incident occurred. Aiden is a bush pooper and my best guess is that he sat on that dead stem and gave himself a new one. You think? Thanks for all the support and good wishes! "It's a bizarre area to have occurred in without trauma but it is an abscess. It looks like it is associated with the anus but there is no penetration." Vet clipped and cleaned the area and is sending Aiden home with Nolvasan for disinfecting and 10 days' worth of Baytril. She is not convinced that the bruise on his thigh is related, saying it doesn't "go" anywhere. If with the rx and disinfecting he isn't healing then surgical exploration would be in order. I can pick him up now, yay! Thanks for all the good wishes, please keep them coming that this resolves *without surgical exploration* This is Aiden tonight. He was fine, outside with Bea and Paddy, no rough-housing, nothing unusual that I saw or heard, no GSOD, no "Mom!!", no whining, no looking for help. We came in, they had dinner, all good. I noticed a spot of blood on the couch and did a grid search of everyone and found nothing until Aiden stretched out on the couch and then starting licking under his tail. It's a hole above his anus, it's not deep but looks like it's torn at the top. It is not actively bleeding but quietly oozy. There is also the bruise on his right thigh. Much of the stain in the photos is transfer, the area itself is not bruised nor swollen. He lets me clean it but isn't happy with me poking. How the hell did he do this? We have an appointment to drop off at clinic in the morning. The vet on call wondered about anal gland abscess but she thought that an express opening would occur at 4:00 and 8:00, not 12:00 as this presents.
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