Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Southern California
When I spoke with her last night about it, my very first question was: "why the heck are these vets not doing anything for you!?" Her response was basically that the hospital that did the surgery just facilitates the surgery. The aftercare is something that you and the veterinarian of you choice, work on together. I think everyone involved, including the surgeon, thought that this whole thing was pretty routine. And hell... maybe it is... maybe he's just stomping because his feet feel weird now, and he's just gotta' get used to it. But, unfortunately, he can't tell her how he feels, and the vets that have come out don't seem to have very many answers. I will speak with her tonight a little more and see how he might be feeling. She put ice boots on him last night, but it didn't quell the stomping.
Do you folks suppose that a thermograph might be able to tell what's going on?
Life seems mighty precious, when there's less of it to waste.