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    Default Coco - Anal Glands Emergency Op

    We had a bit of a scare with Coco last night, her breathing became very laboured and I was concerned she was going into heart failure. Coco has a grade 5 heart murmur, her heart chords have already started to rupture.
    We managed to get her to the vet before he closed.
    The vet gave her furosemide in case fluid was building up in her lungs, even though he couldn't hear anything.

    Coco has been behaving every strange today, sitting in an odd position and when I picked her up this evening to check her, she screamed.

    Once again I got her straight down to the vet before he closed a few minutes ago.

    Coco has an abscess in one of her anal glands which must me incredibly painful!



    They have sedated her and going to flush it , hopeful she should be home in a few hours.

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    Poor little Coco...had this with 2 of mine in the past...
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    Oh my goodness!! poor little coco, she must have been in agony,hope she makes a speedy recovery , sending lots of hugs and kisses. Karen,Ruby and Sadie xxx

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    Poor Coco, fingers crossed for a speedy recovery. So scary when they are unwell.
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    Wishing Coco a speedy recovery. Lucky she has you to look out for her.
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    I hope Coco will feel more comfortable again soon. She is lovely!
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    Hoping Coco is now home with you and feeling a lot better.
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    Poor little girl....how incredibly painful for her; hope she is more comfy now and back home - best wishes from us xx

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    Aww, poor girl. I hope she's feeling better now.
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    Poor little Coco, how is she feeling today?
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