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You go, Huck! You both will be in my prayers and much thought.

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Huck is in the best hands God could have give him Hucks Mom ! - Kick butt Huck ! Thoughts and Prayers from Indiana ! BTW Lots of thoughts and prayers


BTW Hucks mom - where in the world did you get them sweaters - Good Will ?? - Gee Wizz jkding
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Huck is in the best hands God could have give him Hucks Mom ! - Kick butt Huck ! Thoughts and Prayers from Indiana ! BTW Lots of thoughts and prayers





BTW Hucks mom - where in the world did you get them sweaters - Good Will ?? - Gee Wizz jkding


MadeByMeadowCat made them. If you close your eyes and squeeze them real hard, when you open them she may be reading this!

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I started making Huck this collar this summer while camping, but Lyme kicked my butt and the mosquitos ate his and we sadly never got back to it.
I kept seeing it thinking we were going to put him down this weekend. Now that there is a little hope, I just finished it. Itís a bit too big right now but hopefully heíll fill it back in.
May he make it to Kentucky this spring/summer/fall.

2Ē wide UK and KY Wildcat concho on a stainless steel martingale chain. Wear it in your sleep dreaming about running through the bluegrass my big man!!!


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Oh so much thinking of you today for sure. Suspect maybe you will be online today as you are waiting waiting waiting......so here is a happy story for you. Last night Hoss best buddy came over Brutus. Brutus dealt with and amputation of his right front leg a month ago.
Brutus is doing great......he has mastered having one front leg and at times his owner is having to slow him down. Before the amputation I do not think any of us realized how uncomfortable he was....but last night he stands up and lays down with little hesitation. He is playful and eating great. Brutus has had 2 chemo treatments and doing well. At our back door we have 3 steps....Brutus took a shot at them with hesitation and from that point on had no hesitation on going up and down the stairs. We are all still so cautious with Brut because he also has heart issues and is 8 years old. It seems now that Brutus has that bad leg out of his way he really is enjoying life more. The first week is the toughest ....be prepared to spoon with him 24/7 ...... May not eat much the first few days......You might even question yourself once you see the wound after surgery........but boy oh boy after that first good poo and a week later after the incision site is healing real good ....look out....Huck is going to start feeling so much better.............then you will know you did the right thing.......you will probably be fighting with him to try and slow him down.
As far as Brutus ....we have had to be real careful when we get the 2 dogs together......Hoss and Brut want to play rough just like before .....and with Brut missing the front right its much easier for him to fall. Last night was the first time Hoss sniffed Brut’s surgery site ......They looked at each other real funny....then started rough housing again........these dogs are so tough...........and it appears you are to.......so keep the main thing the main thing...one step at a time..........let us know how things go today. Hang in ther Huck........we all love you!

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Absolutely beautiful collar. The love woven in it makes it just glow.
I have high hopes as Huck goes through this surgery.

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I don't know how I missed this. I knew about this from FB. My thoughts and prayers are with Huck. Stay strong big guy.
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Oh so much thinking of you today for sure. Suspect maybe you will be online today as you are waiting waiting waiting......so here is a happy story for you. Last night Hoss best buddy came over Brutus. Brutus dealt with and amputation of his right front leg a month ago.
Brutus is doing great......he has mastered having one front leg and at times his owner is having to slow him down. Before the amputation I do not think any of us realized how uncomfortable he was....but last night he stands up and lays down with little hesitation. He is playful and eating great. Brutus has had 2 chemo treatments and doing well. At our back door we have 3 steps....Brutus took a shot at them with hesitation and from that point on had no hesitation on going up and down the stairs. We are all still so cautious with Brut because he also has heart issues and is 8 years old. It seems now that Brutus has that bad leg out of his way he really is enjoying life more. The first week is the toughest ....be prepared to spoon with him 24/7 ...... May not eat much the first few days......You might even question yourself once you see the wound after surgery........but boy oh boy after that first good poo and a week later after the incision site is healing real good ....look out....Huck is going to start feeling so much better.............then you will know you did the right thing.......you will probably be fighting with him to try and slow him down.
As far as Brutus ....we have had to be real careful when we get the 2 dogs together......Hoss and Brut want to play rough just like before .....and with Brut missing the front right its much easier for him to fall. Last night was the first time Hoss sniffed Brutís surgery site ......They looked at each other real funny....then started rough housing again........these dogs are so tough...........and it appears you are to.......so keep the main thing the main thing...one step at a time..........let us know how things go today. Hang in ther Huck........we all love you!


Thank you so much. Iím sitting here thinking of all the things I should do before he comes home in a few hours. Should I put my bed on the floor? Should I put rugs down all over the hardwood floor? Should I have built a ramp for the steps? Should I kennel Calamity and Moonshine for a few days? Should I shovel the snow out of the yard? Ugh, I just donít know. I think Iíll leave things as they are and let Huck show us. Weíll keep the girls separated for a bit, but see if he can maneuver the rest.
Reading this settled my soul a bit. He was 110 in July, now (before amputation) he is 92 or so. Although it such a big weight loss and he looked lean at 110, itíll help him steady I bet.

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I don't know how I missed this. I knew about this from FB. My thoughts and prayers are with Huck. Stay strong big guy.


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Absolutely beautiful collar. The love woven in it makes it just glow.

I have high hopes as Huck goes through this surgery.


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Definately get something on the floors so he will not slip and bump the surgical site. The first few days you may need to use a sling to help him steady himself as he goes out to do his business. We used a sheet for Brutus initially. Then a halter so the owner had a handle to steady him with. The other dogs as well as Huck will most likely try to lick that site....I would get the bed on the floor...sleep with him.......cone if you have to at night....they are sneaky lickers. Watch him like a hawk for those first 5 days to prevent trauma and/or infection at the surgical site.
Just like us those stitches with pull or become itchy.....once heís home you will find a way to master covering with tee shirts or pajamas.
Brutus didnít like the plastic cones......he kept hitting the doors and walls....so Kong has an inflatable cone.....much better ...........anyway will check in with you later . All of us can help with ideas as he begins adjusting to his way of living.
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Definately get something on the floors so he will not slip and bump the surgical site. The first few days you may need to use a sling to help him steady himself as he goes out to do his business. We used a sheet for Brutus initially. Then a halter so the owner had a handle to steady him with. The other dogs as well as Huck will most likely try to lick that site....I would get the bed on the floor...sleep with him.......cone if you have to at night....they are sneaky lickers. Watch him like a hawk for those first 5 days to prevent trauma and/or infection at the surgical site.

Just like us those stitches with pull or become itchy.....once heís home you will find a way to master covering with tee shirts or pajamas.

Brutus didnít like the plastic cones......he kept hitting the doors and walls....so Kong has an inflatable cone.....much better ...........anyway will check in with you later . All of us can help with ideas as he begins adjusting to his way of living.


We already had the inflatable cone. We have a couple of them actually, lol.


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We donít think heíll be home today. Heís having some bleeding from his incision site. They think itís gravitational leaking and mainly serum type of blood. We had to get toddler diapers to drop off for him. He also has a lot of bruising into his penis. They think he may have struck it onto something when he was coming out of anesthesia.

Iím trying really hard not to get upset. Thinking he shouldíve been watched at all time while recovering. If he did jump and strike it, then I understand that, just tell us. But donít say you donít know. Once again it doesnít leave me with the confidence I need.
We are apprehensive to visit him in fear of making him move to see us and getting him excited then leaving him.

We are preparing the house and beds better since they feel him may be leaking for a few days.

They did look at the leakage in the lab and it only has a few blood cells so they think itís a seroma instead of internal bleeding.

We want him home but we donít want him home only to return with him.


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We donít think heíll be home today. Heís having some bleeding from his incision site. They think itís gravitational leaking and mainly serum type of blood. We had to get toddler diapers to drop off for him. He also has a lot of bruising into his penis. They think he may have struck it onto something when he was coming out of anesthesia.

Iím trying really hard not to get upset. Thinking he shouldíve been watched at all time while recovering. If he did jump and strike it, then I understand that, just tell us. But donít say you donít know. Once again it doesnít leave me with the confidence I need.
We are apprehensive to visit him in fear of making him move to see us and getting him excited then leaving him.

We are preparing the house and beds better since they feel him may be leaking for a few days.

They did look at the leakage in the lab and it only has a few blood cells so they think itís a seroma instead of internal bleeding.

We want him home but we donít want him home only to return with him.


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Thinking of you and Huck. It's hard to feel helpless and not know what's going on. I'm trusting they are doing a good job and I know that he's in good hands, but I know how hard it is not to have any control and to be so worried.


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Ok...sorry for the complications.Yes poor boy gets up not knowing whatís gone. Yeah better to have him stable before coming home.Hopefully you can get him in your arms tomorrow.He will settle once heís with you.One more night I am sure he will be in your arms.Take a breath.....follow thru ..one stage at a time.
Praying the night goes by quickly. Some places allow you to call anytime of day to check on him. Do that....knowing heís ok will settle your nerves till tomorrow.
Meanwhile try to sleep time will go by faster.

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I personally agree with not visiting dogs in the hospital after a serious surgery--for the same reason you did.

I was always afraid they would get all excited and jump around too much, and then be even more depressed than they would normally be after a surgery when I had to go. Maybe I would have felt better after a visit, but to me, at least, it seemed in the dog's best interests that I stayed away.


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We were able to visit him, once we confirmed it wouldnít require moving him. We found some more inconsistencies but weíll have to deal with his treatment by the Hospital after we get him home safe. They have promised me a meeting with the Chief of Surgery. I would really like them to use his case in how NOT to communicate with the owners.



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Heís still sedated but stood up when he heard us. He seems okay, drugged, scared, sad. But heís coming home in the AM I promise him and you that!




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Keep us posted. Despite some of the things that have gone wrong with the hospital, it does sound like Huck is doing well. I think he'll do even better once he's home.


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Tears here for what you are going through and for Huck. What you did was the right thing because it was out of love for your dog. I understand all about discrepancies with clinics and vets, if you ever
want to read my thread here, 'Our experiences with IVDD'. It adds to your already high anxiety. But, in the end it turned out alright and that is my hope and prayer here for you and Huck. This is huge
what he just went through. I will be anxious to hear how it goes tomorrow.

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Hello and good morning. Today is the big day so I wanted to share with you some PICs from Brutusís visit last night.

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Trying AGAIN

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Few more ..Brutus is happier....good quality of life.
Biggest issue now is heís a sneaky licker.........tee shirt was keeping him away from it but he is mastering a way to get to the very base of his wound. Kick azz dog........absolutely amazing......so just Wanted to share what you have to look forward to in a few weeks....hang in there and get our baby home to mama!!

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Oh thinking about Huck tonight. Hoping a praying he is with his family feeling secure and warm.
Certain you are so busy today .....take care now....hope to hear from you soon.
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