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Thread: Mojo's man bit issues.

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    today is the day, good luck mojo! and hopefully, yer Dad can post urgently, and put us all out of our angst over the little lamb.

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    Fingers and paws crossed, looking forward to your next update Sean.

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    Thanks guys.

    Well, i'm a bit relieved but a bit sad too. I'm home now while my big boof is spending the night in a crate with a drip and a cone of shame too.

    Good news is no cancer and no bladder stones. But the ultrasound did show up areas they are pretty sure are infected so it looks like antibiotics at this stage will be the way to go. The blood and urine samples have been sent away for (culture ??) or testing so we wont know the results till Tuesday. Then we will have a idea which drugs to use.
    I'll pick him up tomorrow morning and for now he's on 'Baytril' for at least the next 6 days, possibly more. They injected straight into his bladder and couldnt find any blood but there was still some on thier basic urine test so the problem is somwhere between the bladder and the end of his old fella....

    Poor bugger didnt wake up till 4.00pm and when i went in the girls said to be prepared for a very sad dog.
    He must have heard me coming because he was up and tail wagging when i walked in ....as soon as i got the crate door open he tried to push his way out to me. I had to stop him because he's still hooked up to the drip.
    So we just sat and had cuddles for a bit while i explained to him he had to stay overnight. Poor baby didnt seem impressed. It was my call if he stayed or came home....but they did want to keep him on the drip overnight just to be safe. I wouldnt have slept well knowing he could go backwards during the night so i felt it best to leave him there. Better safe than sorry.

    While i was waiting they where setting up for a puppy preschool night and a few widdle tail wagging poopy's arrived all excited for thier class. It brought back good memories of my little giant pug who hid under my seat scared of all the other puppys. Thats about 2 years ago now and its been a good ride so far...a few little hiccups here and there but overall its been great. With good news of no cancer i'm now looking forward to many more good years ahead. I was nervous walking in.....but walked out rather relieved it wasnt anything really serious (touchwood).......i just wish i had my boof head home now but its not to be at the moment.

    After reading Bernies thread about poor Pohm its made this whole situation seem not to bad.


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    Glad to hear it Sean. For the big fella:

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    That is very good news Sean, sleep well tonight

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    Good news about the giant pug Sean, he'll be excited to get home tomorrow

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    That's what i came on to read.
    fingers crossed he heals real fast on his meds.
    Way to go Mojo!

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    Thanks again guys......i have a patch work puppy now.

    He's shaved all underneath and halfway up the sides.......looks really wierd. Must be itchy to i reckon.
    He was very happy to see me in the morning and the girls where kinda spewing to see thier big boof patient leave. They warned me before i walked in that he was a very sad and sooky dog who had been whining all morning but when he came out to see me he was all tail up wagging like mad and prancing around full of beans happy to see dad again.
    Rode home with his head out the window loving life and was even excited to see Bronx again.

    It was soooo wierd to only make one dogs meal that night he wasnt home.....sheeeet i even missed his snoring and midnight dunny break...... LOL.


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    Great news Sean, lets hope it was an infection that the antibiotics will get sorted. Please let us know when you get his results.

    Abe keeps me awake with his snoring sometimes too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    He's shaved all underneath and halfway up the sides.......looks really wierd. Must be itchy to i reckon.
    Speaking from experience?

    Glad he's home and it was nothing too serious!!

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