Hi Sabby, I am so sorry you are going through this. I thought I would mention, when we had Molly scanned, limping was her only symptom that I could recognise as a problem. Looking back she was clearly in pain just by looking at the expression on her face and the dullness in her eyes.
Originally Posted by Sabby
I was told by the original Neurologist, she was severe and would not make her second birthday, he also said surgery was not an option.
Now she is on the correct treatment, she does not limp and lives a good pain free life. (we are now 2.5 years on)
Molly is not as active as other dogs and I do not push her into anything, I pretty much let her do what she wants.
There is a positive life after diagnosis even if it is severe. You will cope because you are the sort of person that will. You love Harley and your fighting instinct will take over to help, protect and do what is right for him. You also have us all here to help you if you need us.
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