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    Default mischa had a double patella op today !!!

    well the poor mite went under the knife of Dr Malcom Ness today ,she was classed as grade 2 , they have rang to say all went really well and hopefully we can bring her home tomorrow so hopefully in a few weeks she will be as right as rain ,the other three are very quiet as they allways are when one is missing even lucy who has settled right in and feels like she has always been part of the clan ,she is full of it after being spayed and an umbilical hernia sorted out at the same time .will post mischa's update tomorrow when she comes home fingers crossed

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    Hi

    We all send our best wishes ,pls keep us all updated once my poor Rosie recovers from her disc problem a patella op is next .
    Brian M

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    It must be a huge relief to have that over and done with.Best wishes to Mischa for a speedy recovery.It's great to read that all has gone smoothly during the surgery.
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    Gentle hugs to Mischa, hope everything is okay today and that she will be home soon,
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    Hoping all is well with your little one. My Bob has patella problems and I'm not looking forward to him having an op someday. Best wishes and

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    well all went really well and we picked mischa up at 3 today ,mr ness was really pleased with how well she has come through it and said the whole thing went really really well ,so now we have a few days till swelling and stiffness starts to ease off but she is walking around slowly and stiffly poor mite but she seems to be coping with it ok .
    got a shock when we picked her up though never thought about them having to shave her !!!!! she goes to get the dressing off at our vets next week then the stitches come out the week after







    as you can see she isnt going to win crufts at the mo lol and hils may have to knit her some wooly draws !!! but on the whole she is doing great the other three come home from grans tomorrow so we'll have to watch they dont myther her but they where fine with each other after they where spayed so we dont expect any issues,
    she has eaten some ham (her fav if nothing else on the go ha ha ) and she has scooched (peed ! ) no number 2 yet but its been 2 days nearly since her last meal so to be expected
    so hope fully in a months time when she goes back to mr ness for a check up all will be well
    thanks for the kind comments and will continue updating with her progress

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    Last edited by clackdish; 10th October 2010 at 11:00 PM.

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    Y'know,that doesn't look too bad.Is she being a cooperative patient?
    The shaving must have been a bit of a shock to the system,she looks a little like chinese crested.
    Now that she's safely home,she can only go from strength to strength. What a great little cavalier to do so well.
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    yes she is being really good i think the problem will come as the soreness wears off and we have to try and stop her overdoing things

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    Default day five !!!!!!!

    well she is doing really well and although the last two days have been a nightmare ,she wants to do everything the others do and she is going through the itchy phase , she had to have a buster collar on last night as she had a bit of chew at her dressing ,but at the mo she is forever getting told no and we are in the process of building temporary steps all over so she can get about on her own ,there are books and boxes covered in towels all over !!!! .She is getting a couple of walks on the lead a day and shows no signs of discomfort and is moving really well no limping or stiffness ,the other three seem to know something is wrong with her and keep checking out her dressings!! so if she keeps progressing like this she should be well sorted for when she goes back for her check up in 3 weeks
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    me and lucy get comfy
    thanks for the messages of support
    mischa
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    Good girl Mischa, ahh bless, sending gentle hugs
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