The trip south to melbourne took two hours longer (Nearly 6 hours), because of rain, flood and car accidents
The vet was great, Katy loved them all over there. I was allowed to visit through the night and the morning and she had her very own fan, as promised. Visiting was a bit of a non-event as she was passed out on morphine LOL......They keep the dogs on sheep skins. She was walked by them three times and did her p's.
She is walking better now then she was before. She has a real sway, but he says that will all settle. She is allowed to leash walk for the P's and we just have to keep her contained with at least 4-5, 5min walks. Just no steps, unless in sling.
They gave me a copy of the pre-arthroscopy, but I will have to ask for the x-rays as there was 2x arthroscopy and no x-rays on the CD, someone made an error.
All in all I am pleasantly surprised at how well the trip went....now comes the hard part, rehab
Any great ideas will be gladly taken on board
The last pics are all about the last few days getting ready for and taking Katy for her surgery
Feb 29........reading over all the info
March 1........We got to the Surgery and we were handed more info and more talks about the surgery. Take note.the ortho vet owns a Berner
March 2.........We got home after another challenging drive through tempest, flooding and storms....A drugged Katy with Morphine on board
March 3.......This morning, we are NOT talking to anyone. We are not happy being crated