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Brian M
1st October 2012, 09:09 PM
Hi

We take Dawn back to the hospital tomorrow for her colonoscophy under GA then back again on Wed for a couple of biopsies they want and hopefully
then she will have the all clear apart from taking her Omeprazole for life .

Rosie has been acting strange for about the last week as normally she follows me everywhere as soon as I am in from work but she has been
leaving my company for that of Dawn ,it sounds daft to complain about this but I am so used to watching every move the four make that something different
sets alarm bells ringing .We increased her Incurin tablets that she takes for bed wetting on her Vets advice and that has stopped her nighttime wetting
but I want to get her onto a homeopathic treatment within the near future ,though last Thursday the one big dog bed we keep in the lounge was absolutely dripping wet but we have no idea who the guilty party one was but all have been fine since that incident. Rosie has been scooting a lot and shown a reluctance to climb the stairs again so is it her CM or discs playing up .As I am off work on a weeks hols mainly to run Dawn around and to put the garden to bed for the winter I decided to play safe and took Rosie and Daisy who has also scooted a bit to our Vets with a possible trip to Chestergates in my mind if they do think its her SM or disc problem be giving trouble but Lorna her vet after exam decided to leave Chestergates for now but for her to take Loxicom for a few days while we watch then go back on Friday.

When her glands were checked we found one had an infection but only in its early stages so that was worth going just to find that problem for which she is now on Antibiotics and to go back on Friday for further exam. Daisy also had her glands checked and emptied and promptly screamed the place down and she goes back for another check on Friday which will please her .All poor Rosie does at the Vets is hide her head under my arm and never makes a sound while Daisy acts as though they are sawing both her legs off, how different the two are .
I just knew Rosie wasn't 100% so I am sad they had to go but happy to have found that gland infection early. Hopefully my Dawn will be fine tomorrow and the girls will be OK on Friday .
I dropped Luke off at school this morning then took the girl along our seaside walk which I thoroughly enjoyed and I know they did ,oh to do that every morning though winter time it does get cold there with the wind blowing off the Irish sea ,then after our little walk we went and had a human breakfast in a nice little place in West Kirby as after that Dawn is allowed no food today only liquids till after the hospital visit in the morning.

As my photos are now huge with the Nikons sensor taking shoots of 36.3 pixels I decded that was my exuse for a new laptop which might arrive tomorrow ,have gone back to Dell its an xps laptop 15.6 in with 1 terrabyte of storge 7200 speed ,8 gb of ram and a separate graphics card with its own 2 gb and last but not least an i7 processor to give it loads of punch .Also knocked Sky off going back to Virgin on Friday with 3 Tivo boxes all my sports ie rugby u ,boxing and footy and most of all a braodband speed of 100 mb down its cable compared to as tested by the gpo Skys speed of 3.8 ,no contest .

HollyDolly
1st October 2012, 10:21 PM
Thinking of you all.


Nanette

Sydneys Mom
2nd October 2012, 02:44 AM
Hopefully my Dawn will be fine tomorrow and the girls will be OK on Friday .

You sure have a lot going on right now. Thinking about all of you and keeping my fingers crossed all will be well.

murphy's mum
2nd October 2012, 09:29 AM
Hoping all goes well for Dawn and the girls. Good job you caught that infection in time, well spotted.

waldor
2nd October 2012, 01:25 PM
Rosie has been acting strange for about the last week as normally she follows me everywhere as soon as I am in from work but she has been leaving my company for that of Dawn ,it sounds daft to complain about this but I am so used to watching every move the four make that something different
sets alarm bells ringing .

Dawn may be nervous about the colonoscopy, even if she does not realize it, and Rosie knows this through those infallible canine senses that dogs have. My theory is Rosie is trying to comfort Dawn and let Dawn know that Rosie is there for her during the wait. I hope all goes well with Dawns test and your Flower Girls.

jasperpaw
2nd October 2012, 04:23 PM
Hope all went well with Dawn today and thinking of you with all the worries of your Flower Girls - what a time you are having of it at the moment, hope it all improves soon.

lindylou
2nd October 2012, 08:20 PM
hi brian
thinking of you all and hope dawn is feeling alright and tell her i'm asking after her
take care to you all

Brian M
2nd October 2012, 09:44 PM
Hi
We arrived at 9.00 am and left at 12.45pm but they wan dawn back again to have a CT VC scan which of course shes not happy about but we should
see her consultant first so we will have his thoughts .For me its going on too long now it gets your mind thinking allsorts .Rosie is a lot brighter after
starting her tablets and she goes back with Daisy on Thursday .