Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Look Who's Home


Sleeping peacefully now

She wasn't happy coming out of the anaesthetic and I had a call before lunch asking if I could come and fetch her

Sadly I couldn't but youngest did get off an hour early

She didn't settle until I got home though

Poor baby

She goes back in on Thursday

And stitches out in twelve days

Just waiting for results of the tumour analysis

Thank you for all your supportive comments

Blessings J. x



  1. Lots of gentle hugs this evening. Xx

  2. They usually relax once they are home and sleep off the remains of their aneasthetic. Often the larger dogs are the softies and need to go home sooner! recover well Heidi x

  3. Just want to say that I had a miniature pinscher that had an aggressive, very fast growing tumor on one of her mammary glands when she was about 7 years old. Even a few weeks would have made the difference, but the vet removed that tumor, and Amy lived another 8 years before the cancer returned.

    My Pyrenees lived 12 years. Don't give up hope for many more years.

  4. Hope your recovery is quick Heidi.
    Lots of hugs from Mummy will soon see you right-x-

  5. Our old Beardie was always 'released' the minute the vet felt it safe to get him out of there - as Kate said, I think the larger dogs are often very unhappy as they come round and it is much better for them to be at home where they know they can safely relax and sleep it off.

    Hope you all had a quiet night. Am sure Heidi is getting loads of extra love and cuddles, just make sure to take care your yourself too :)


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