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    Default Charlie - 9 days post surgery

    I took some photos of Charlie this morning. I love how he uses his toys for pillows. He always wants to have a fleece baby blanket nearby, too.


    Cathy Moon
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    Cathy, he is just beautiful. It's good that he can makehimself comfortable by proping his head up on his toys!
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    Thanks for the update. He looks good-- actually, he doesn't have the same pained look he had in some of his petfinder photos- (that could be my wishful thinking too).

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    Hey there little buddy! He looks so comfy curled up with his toys.
    Cathy
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    He's looking fabulous Cathy, doesn't have that same far away pained look...I'm so thrilled for you all.

    I love that he rests on his toys - mine like to have their heads raised sometimes too.
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    He looks beautiful. Hope his recovery is going ok. He really does look much happier. Your doing a great job looking after him

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    I agree; his face has really softened. It's great to see him!
    Jen, Abbey (Tri Cavalier) & Gus (White Min. Schnauzer)

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    So others think they see it too.. Compare pictures from before to the one here/--- http://board.cavaliertalk.com/showthread.php?t=21470

    It could be the difference between outside and inside--

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    There's definitely a difference in his face and eyes now!
    More photos from today - look how round his eyes are, and his forehead above his eyes is now smooth:




    Below is his incision; the top part of it you can barely see, but the bottom part is a bit scabby from when he scratched at it early Monday morning. I had to rush him to the neurologist and that's when he was put on Prednisone.
    Cathy Moon
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    His eyes are showing he is in less pain. That is so good to see. Charlie is very blessed to have found a forever home with you Cathy Moon.

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