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Dougaljk wrote:I am so thankful that I found this site......
Last year she was diagnosed with a front lope benign tumor which up until now just affected her breathing and her vision. I am not sure if this was related. She does not have any reaction when they pinch her toes on her right leg (which I know is bad). *snip* We went to check in on Molly this morning and they think she has developed deep pain sensation in her rear legs (which is good news). She was happy to see us but was kind of out of it (which I am sure is a combination of the meds).
However, her front legs have now gotten stiff and they are thinking meningitis.
She can not go potty on her own but I spoke to her regular vet and she is willing to show me how to empty her bladder. She however, doesn't suggest that we even do a surgery what with her brain tumor and other health issues so I think an MRI is not worthwhile afterall. She suggested giving her at least another week of home care before making any rash decisions.
I am now thinking about bringing her home and just doing crate rest
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