Tuesday, August 22, 2006

What's up, Doc?

Good news, that's what! The ultrasound of Kadi's liver and spleen looked great, no sign of any problems at all. We still have to wait for the results of a needle biopsy they did today, but the vet seemed really confident. Up until now I would have described her as cautiously optimistic; today she seemed to be enthusiastically optimistic -- a significant upgrade that means a lot to me.

Happy campers at our house today!

11 comments:

  1. Terrific news! Hugs to Kadi!

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  2. Yay! I am so glad to hear that your baby is going to be okay. It's so stressful to go through all that with a pet. Hugs for both of you and a treat for Kadi.

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  3. Ah, that's good news. Glad to hear (read) it. Cheyenne had a lump we addressed on Monday. It's the only time I'm happy to hear "fatty cells."

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  4. Wonderful! Give her hugs and skritches from me - Carmon

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  5. Your love and relief shines through this post. I'm happy for you and kadi both!

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  6. Good for Kadi and for you. Captain had a needle biopsy awhile back. It ended up just being a fatty mass that wouldnt cause any problems. The vet said it's a sign he's getting old. Someone should tell Cappy he's getting old because I don't think he knows it. Kadi will mostlikely have the same kind of harmless fatty mass as Cap. My vet said some dogs seem to get that, especially labs or lab mixes. I'm not sure of Kadi's breed though.

    smiles to you and yours,
    Austin

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  7. I'm so glad to hear the news and will be waiting to find out the final word.

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  8. Thank you all so much for your kind thoughts and supportive comments. I appreciate each and every one of you.

    As I write this, the canine focus of all your good wishes has hidden her big self under my computer desk, where she's gotten tangled up with the mouse cord twice and the keyboard cord once in the past 10 minutes. Yes, in case you haven't guessed, we're having a little thunderstorm.

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  9. Great news! Sigh of relief.
    Better late than never, sorry slight glitch in the upload.
    Sandy

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