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The Ongoing Adventures of Sheba

the adventures of a tripod GSD

The Ongoing Adventures of Sheba

Entries Tagged as 'hind limb disarticulation'

Almost there!

July 27th, 2016 · No Comments · Post Op

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!  Tomorrow is day 28 – 4 weeks pot amp, and 4 weeks on the antifungal.  But I’ve got a final and work, so probably wont have time to get online.  Maybe Ruth will celebrate with them while I’m out of the house!  Aside from the […]

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Tripawd Day 13

July 13th, 2016 · 5 Comments · Pathology, Post Op

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!My brain has been fried from lack of sleep and migraines, but I think I’m almost caught up on sleep!  Now that the firework are (mostly) over.  Her last fentanyl patch came off Sunday, we’re doing ok on 150mg Tramadol every 8 hours.  Poop is still […]

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“Ruff” night! Tripawd Day 7

July 7th, 2016 · No Comments · Pathology, Post Op

Last night around bedtime Sheba started whining/crying inconsolably. The fentanyl wasn’t going to peak until 10am today so I gave her tramadol and an extra trazodone (as directed).  No luck,  she cried off and on all night, played musical beds and eventually ended up in my bedroom.  Ruth called the vet this morning to ask […]

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Tripawd Day 6

July 6th, 2016 · 2 Comments · Pathology, Post Op

I do believe we’ve recovered from the fireworks!  Once again, San Jose PD has totally let me down when it comes to preventative community policing.  Good to know they’ll show up if theres a body involved, maybe I should have lobbed a bottle rocket at one of the gang bangers down the street.  That’ll get […]

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Tripawd Day 1

July 1st, 2016 · 7 Comments · Post Op

Sheba came home today! Ruth went and picked her up around noon.  Our vet’s office is specialists during the day and emergency at night.  the poor emergency vet, not realizing Sheba is tolerant to sedatives, was concerned with the doses the surgeon was ordering.  While she was heavily sedated, Sheba remained wired all night.  Everyone […]

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