Well, we had the Cardiologist look at Isabelle today, the news was not what I had hoped, the MVD was more advanced then orignally thought by my vet. Her Cardiologist was hopeful and did share although Isabelle had advanced with MVD, we were still grateful that she has NO fluid on her lungs, and NO heart failure started. They did up her Enalapril from 5mg half tablet once daily to now twice daily along with Furosemide, which have a call into her seeing as when I went home and read what Furosemide
Just looking for pray and encouragement. Isabelle has been doing so good and managing with her SM she is still on the lowest dose of meds for these past 2 years and doing great. We went in for her routine visit, and the doctor heard a murmur for the very first time. Isabelle is almost 8 years old now, they ran an X-ray and it showed her heart was slighlty enlarged, so he wanted to have me leave her with them to run an Ultrasound to determine more. My heart sunk and
Almost one month has passed now, and the furry ones are very well indeed. The fur is growing back on their behind, and there have not been any problems since. The first week after stitch removal I was very concerned, when they scooted over the floor; if their wounds could split open or something, but of course nothing happened. They still scoot over the floor if they want to go out playing (most often) or if they really have to go
Molly and Éowyn were soon back to their cheeky
Updated 25th February 2012 at 11:43 AM by ourempire
Originally Posted by Kirsty Glenn
Where is/what is the natural habitat for a King Charles??? In other words where is it originally from??? xoxoxo
I was wondering if anyone else has a blog set up with just their Cavaliers?
Kirra has one on blogger and I am amazed at how many folk I have found with Cavaliers (and other pets) for just their loving companions
A great way to be creative with the camera and the imagination and of course fun to read and see other Cavalier King Charles in their own setting.