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Old 14-04-2017, 10:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Ha! Thanks for the query's all......

So Judy's not so good but not so bad.
Been trying to build her back up gently like we did almost three years ago but proving much tougher this time.
She's had 15 minutes off lead today in the NT park and showed it a bit eralier so we'll be pushing another week on the lead. Amazingly, the weight is coming off and it's helping but I am just so worried about stopping her being "our Jude" and adding to stress / aging. I'm also so paranoid she's going to bolt off on a chase and pull up back to square one.

I'm being as positive as possible - we WILL get there!!

Thanks again all and good luck
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Old 19-04-2017, 04:00 PM   #22 (permalink)
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How's Judy doing?
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Old 11-05-2017, 04:23 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Quick update.....

Hoping we're not tempting fate but Judy seems a lot better. Unfortunately she's not back to the level she was pre flare up but I suppose we've got to come to terms with that.
I'm still taking her on easy street and trying to restrict her running after rodents as much as possible.
There's a chance I may lose my job this summer so if that happens I'll have loads of time for hydro!! Looking to get some of that in soon.

Had cause (not a nice one) to look back over some old videos of Judy in the park with her pals and I must say I detected a slight issue with her gait back then.

I'm still gutted - even more so today due to one of Judy's pals - but that's for a different thread

Massive thanks again for your support
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**** IT!!!

I just knew I was tempting fate when typing the above message yesterday.
Totally gutted that Judy has had a further relapse this afternoon after her walk this morning.
She seemed totally fine and then we got home late morning and she seemed to turn too quickly in the kitchen to see me as I walked in and pulled up a bit. She was slightly lame and I did think quite grumbly until it was daytime nap window.

I've just got back from the dentist and it was sole destroying to see her heavily limp to me as I opened the door.
She is in no mood to stand up for too long.

Devastated.

Trying to call vet's now to investigate options such as these cartophen injections etc and obviously it's back on the Metacam for my little beauty.
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**** IT!!!

I just knew I was tempting fate when typing the above message yesterday.
Totally gutted that Judy has had a further relapse this afternoon after her walk this morning.
She seemed totally fine and then we got home late morning and she seemed to turn too quickly in the kitchen to see me as I walked in and pulled up a bit. She was slightly lame and I did think quite grumbly until it was daytime nap window.

I've just got back from the dentist and it was sole destroying to see her heavily limp to me as I opened the door.
She is in no mood to stand up for too long.

Devastated.

Trying to call vet's now to investigate options such as these cartophen injections etc and obviously it's back on the Metacam for my little beauty.
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Oh my.....I hope she's better soon
Keep us updated.
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Old 13-05-2017, 06:53 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Oh oh the darling!
That is awful Defo time to consider the next steps with the vet for pain relief.
Hope that you can get things sorted for her so she can get back to some walkies.
Luna may have had to retire from everything fun pretty much now but she finds fun in the everyday....
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Hope Judy will be back to normal soon.
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