Monday, April 26, 2010

Anesthesia is a long trip home

Dozer here:

Mum has brought Dottie home and she is sort of with us. Mum says Dottie is going to be sleepy for a while and needs to rest because she still is getting past the anesthesia. Dots has been crying a bit but then she puts her head down and sleeps a little. She will be better tomorrow. Until then she has to stay in her room so she doesn't fall down or hurt herself.

Our vet (Ark Animal Hospital) today was Dr. Lewis-Simpson (left) . We like her bunches, she is very nice and gentle. Dr. Lewis-Simpson has a DVM from Oregon State University and Washington State University, and she has a special interest in surgery. (Good thing with my knees).



And our vet tech was Jasmine (left) who is Cooper's girlfriend, except we aren't supposed to tell anyone that because he says it is a secret. (He made me put the hearts next to Jasmine's picture).

"She loves talking with people and prides herself on providing great customer service. Her dog Bronx was adopted from Heartland Humane Society and is a professional beggar by nature. She also has four cats: Ziggy, Brooklyn, Meko, and Kaya." (from the Ark website)

These are the culprits in our tale of woe. (See below) The big boulder was a centimeter in diameter and brought along a bunch of little friends when he left Dottie.

Dottie is going on special food starting tomorrow and she has to take antibiotics twice a day to get better.

Shhh, Dottie is asleep. We'll write more later. Night and thank you for your thoughts and prayers (they worked!), Love from your favortie naughty corgi, Dozer



14 comments:

Tank said...

Poor Dottie. I hope she's feeling better tomorrow.

Kari in WeHo said...

Poor girl! We hope you feel better soon!

Dory and the Mama said...

Poor Baby...Glad the stones came out ok...and we are keeping her in our prayers for fast healing!

Smileys!
Dory

the booker man said...

oh my gravy! miss dottie, you poor thing! i'm glad your nice vet lady was able to get some of those ouchie stones out! please sleep tight, and i hope you are feelin' better tomorrow morning.
*woof*
the booker man

Fiona, as typed by Dr. Liz said...

So glad that it all went well! Be nice to Dottie until she's feeling all better! Feel better, Dottie!

*kissey face*
-Fiona

ClassyChassy said...

Get well soon, Dottie!

Laurie said...

Feel better soon, Dottie!

kissa-bull said...

we are going to be sending healing vibes your way so she can be up and running again furry much soon. poor sweet woggie baby. give her slobbery sugars from ush ok??

pibble wiggles
the pittie pack

Mango said...

Oh Dottie! I missed your scary night of pacing. I am so glad that you are home. Those stones are HUGE! That must have hurt so much. Hope you will get better soon. You are a wonderful gal. Hang in there.

Slobbers,
Mango

doggywisdom said...

We are so glad to hear that everything went off well.
Sleep tight, Dottie. We hope u will be up and running n be your usual fun self soon

heaps of healing thoughts n licks n wags,
buddy and ginger

Ms. ~K said...

Feel better soon sweet Dottie!
Gentle hugs,
Kit and Pups

Pearl said...

Miss Dottie,
I was wondering if you slept off that anesthesia? Ya feelin' better today??

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Scary for all, glad it's over and Dottie girl is getting better.

ocmist said...

MY... Those DO look painful! We are so glad that you are being nice enough to spend so much of your blog to keep us up on Dottie's condition! Have they said anything about specific things NOT to feed so that those nasty things don't develop? Inquiring minds want to know... I'm sure YOU don't want to find out how Dottie felt! Thanks for being so sweet to Dottie, Dozer!