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    So sorry poor Spangle has been feeling so unwell. Keep trying with the fluids, it really helps. Hope she enjoys the chicken tonight.

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    You're such a good mom! You're reading her and responding to her on a very comfortable level, yet still making the right decisions for her health. I'm glad to hear she's doing a little better.

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    That sounds really promising, Christine - you are obviously doing really well with her and I know we all hope she will continue to improve
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    Thank you again everyone for your messages! Spangle is now much better and really enjoyed her chicken meal last night. She even had a little play with a toy! She`s also back on her full medication, which is a massive relief. After a lot of gentle persuation she is managing to eat by herself from her bowl, (she had been completely spooked by it before and wouldn`t go near it!) I think she had experienced some pain whilst eating from it when she was refusing her medication.
    Anyway, she is almost back to normal and we can give massive sighs of relief!!!!!
    Thank you all for being there!
    Christine
    Spangle born 24/11/07 (Blen)
    Poppy (Blen)who went to Rainbow Bridge aged 13 and a half.

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    That is great news about Spangly.

    Our Cavaliers sure take Years off our Lives, I had an episode with Suzy Woozy this week, a Heinz 55 Variety , I'm still recovering.!!!!
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    What a relief. I'm happy she is doing so well now.
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    I can almost feel your relief reading your words. I'm so glad Spangle is feeling better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spangly View Post
    She`s also back on her full medication, which is a massive relief.
    It is so difficult when they are ill and in distress, but just won't take the very thing that will deal with the pain.

    You are such a caring owner, and I'm so pleased are looking up for you and Spangles.
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    Thank goodness she is doing a bit better - it's so horrid to go through this with our precious companions. You are doing a wonderful job
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    Oh, wonderful news. It sounds like she is safely through the worst of things and getting back to normal now. It is so hard to separate out what might be causing pain and difficulty when there's also an underlying chronic problem. I am so glad it is something you have been able to address quickly and carefully and gotten such a good response.
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