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If it's not one thing, it's another

Kelly LawKelly Law BuffaloPosts: 10,563Member
edited 14 December, 2015 in Get Well Soon
Gypsy Road is heading to the vet this afternoon. He's been hanging his head down, walking slowly and barely jumping up on the furniture. He is eating, drinking, and peering normally though. The vet says he could have some pain in his back and that dogs do hold their heads down when that happens. He is ten years old. So between that and his anal sac issue, we decided to call. So he's going in this afternoon. He already had an appointment scheduled for Thursday too. We could use all the prayers possible. Thank you.

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  • Peter_ParkerPeter_Parker San Antonio, TexasPosts: 17,958Member ✭✭✭
    edited 14 December, 2015
    Gypsy Road sending you prayers and hope everything is ok|:||:||:||:| please let us know what the vet says|:||:| I am not trying to scare you whatsoever, but when Peter had his IVDD/Cervical surgery, he was holding his head down like that and could not turn his neck at all, not even to look at me...when I tried to pick him up he cried out and I rushed him to the vet and they referred me to the special-ist that did surgery that same day. I hope this is not the case for Gypsy|:||:|we are saying prayers for you sweety|:||:| P.S. Peter has anal gland issues too so we understand|:||:||:|
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