The Rat Terrier Review #5

Saturday, June 20th, 2015

2015-06-14 - Napping in the Sunroom - 0014 [flickr]

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First things first: Peedee had his one-month (actually four-week, but wev) follow-up x-ray yesterday. According to our regular vet’s admittedly inexpert eye, it looks like the cancer has progressed a little, though possibly not as much as we expected/feared given the time frame amazon film kaufen downloaden. (One month = one half to a third of the predicted life span given us by the oncologist, so.) The primary tumor isn’t much larger, nor has the fluid in his lungs gotten worse how to. So maybe the semi-secret herbal supplement we’ve been giving him has made a difference? Idk.

2015-06-19 - Peedee & His Moo Cow - 0011 [flickr]

Really we won’t know for sure until next week, after the oncologist has had a chance to look over the newest images and compare them to the last round sketchup download mac kostenlos. Like I said, our vet’s good, but he’s not a cancer specialist. I’m trying not to get my hopes up while also not going too far in the other direction and freaking the fuck out need for speed world. I was dreading yesterday’s appointment all week, and at least now it’s over. So there’s that.

2015-06-19 - Post-Walk Peedee - 0008 [flickr]

Otherwise Peedee is acting pretty normal so far: no loss of appetite, no trouble breathing, no weakness or lethargy firefox browser herunterladen. He’s his normal, anxious, hyperactive self. Though the warm weather has got them all feeling a little lazier than normal. Today it’s supposed to hit 95F, so we went the proactive route and cranked the AC this morning auto spielen kostenlosen. I HATE to close up the house during the summer – it may as well be winter, without the warm breezes and wildlife sounds – but sometimes it just has to be done dinner for one downloaden.

2015-06-19 - Post-Walk Peedee - 0014 [flickr]

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