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  1. #21
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    I know i’m Just talking to myself right now,but that’s okay— the universe will here me. I’m so grateful that my little baby is rallying and I just know that her big angel sis, Gracie, is biting her in the butt saying, cmon—you can do this, mom and dad need you right now and itt’s Not your time....you can do it sis!

    I blesss all those wonderful people who are caring for her and especially her surgeon who preformed a miracle in my books, not to mentionhe’s just a nice guy and returns phone calls. We just feel like we have a little Easter miracle wrapped up in a pup. Blessings to you all and your pups. Karen

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    Hi....sounds like you are going through quite an ordeal. Keep us posted as to how things are... I'm sure you will. If you click on my user name.. you should be able to get all the info on Keesh. He was my life, and to this day even now typing, the tears flow. I will be off the forum for awhile... some good news finally, so check in on the In Loving Memory Thread.. I'm going to post it there. Please know you are on my mind and heart along with your baby.
    Judi & "mah boy" Keesh

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    I really wasn’t sure where to post this so I just picked here. Today I’m more than grateful for the little life who got a second chance. I’ m also thankful as a mom that she is hungry and is eating well.

    Now here’s the”kicker”.....I’m sooooooo grateful for her absolutely more than perfectly formed huge poop after her supper tonight. If I had my phone I would have taken a picture, just for me and to show doc. If the weather was better, I would have painted a portrait—that is if I could paint.

    As a mom of both human and pup kids, after years and years, I appreciate and revel in the value of a a healthy poop. Not only does it mean that my little patient is getting better, it means that even without her gallbladder, she is digesting her food and processing it to her advantage.

    If there is a universal collective sigh of “OMG”. “ this poor woman has nothing better to think about than her pup’’s poop”. Believe it or not, it’s more important than one may think, although I think I ‘m preaching to the choir on this forum.

    Well it really is important for those who even read all my garble. I am truly grateful. And for all of this and all of that,Blessings to you all and your pups,near and far.

    I’m also grateful that our sister, Judi, who has been so miserable for so long with her living situation now has an opportunity to change that and also may be adopting a new pup.

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    Poop...one of our major concerns. I look at the poop all the time..making sure everyone is digesting well. I always checked Gable's to make sure he's doing okay. I am grateful that so far, so good! He's drinking a lot, but the panting seems to have lessened a little. Only 16 days before we see the specialist!

    A good poop is a good thing!
    Joan, mom to my Angel Lena, Doree, Gable, Cooper, Angel Phoenix and now Sibble.

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    Hi Joan, maybe we should start our own “Hoop it up for Poop” thread! Just kidding but I’m thankful to know I’m not alone with my obsession. 16 days and counting—I know how hard this may be for you. It’s always the waiting that kills me.

    Sounds like your big guy is holding his own—and I will be thinking of you and Gable during the count down. I hope you don’t have far to travel far to see your specialist and I ‘ll be sending you good thoughts for good news. Blessings. Karen

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    No travel, the specialist is 20 minutes away. It's just that it's at the clinic where Lena died and I hate going there.
    Joan, mom to my Angel Lena, Doree, Gable, Cooper, Angel Phoenix and now Sibble.

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    I totally understand. After we lost Gracie, Annie got sick and my husband had to be the one to take her in. I just couldn’t. Even now, three plus months later, I can’t even drive by without a big twinge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan2517 View Post
    A good poop is a good thing!
    I second that statement!!

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    Well at this late hour, I’m grateful that my hubby is home and can help me supervise our little wonder-pup who continues to think she can leep tall buildings in a single bound. I have a feeling she’s going to give that up tomorrow. She was panting earlier in the evening so I called the clinic in Chicago where she had her surgery and was told that her panting was a sign of pain. Right now, no body cares about her cortisol or blood glucose..... they just tell me to breath and I just hate that! She is doing so well for a little 14 lb pup with 33 staples. Anyway, Blessings to you and your pups from the most neurotic pup mom on the planet. Hopefully, no one will read this but me.

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    Hi Karen,
    Sorry I don't get back on here very often these days, so wanted to stop in. I'm in Ontario, the Toronto area. Interesting that I don't get as much out and about here in Ontario as i do when we go to British Columbia. We go to Kelowna a couple times a year as have daughter and grandkids there.

    Yes I did get to meet Judi, Keesh's mum, in person, that is one of the great things with this forum, we are friends, near and far, no matter how many years pass.

    I'm sorry that Annie has had to go through so much lately. On the other hand, we are all quite experienced at poop patrols!
    Sharlene and the late great diva - Molly muffin (always missed and never forgotten)

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