I am glad to hear of her improvement. Sometimes we live with dogs and don't see the changes they start so slow. It's good to make it a habit to actually inspect them monthly. I hope she keeps improving but as Sally said, too much weight gain isn't good.
Hi all, two year old Sydney was involved in a scrap at daycare, and came out with a tail injury. Tail has been down and she certainly is not herself. We've been to the vet, shaved tail, some obvious trauma, prescribed rimadyl and cefpodoxime, and neosporin on the tail. We've given her the antibiotic, but stopped the pain med. She's eating, drinking, peeing and pooping relatively normal. Biggest concern is that she won't sit or lay down. She almost falls asleep standing, then wakes up just as she loses balance. So sad to watch. Worried that she isn't sleeping. She also won't leave her tail alone. Any ideas? We will likely go back to the vet Monday…poor pup.