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        06-17-2009, 06:47 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    Awhhh poor thing :(
    My 4 year old, costa, had a similar lump on his jaw (still has it) all the xrays later, and it turns out that he has a small infection on one of his back teeth. So he's on meds for the next 2 weeks, but that should cure it.

    Hopefully your girl has a quick recovery!
         
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        06-17-2009, 10:24 PM
      #12
    Trained
    Thanks for all the support guys! I dropped her off at the clinic tonight and it was harder than I had expected. I know it's not a major surgery or anything, but still scary none the less! I wish I could be there with her tomorrow while she is on the table, but unfortunatly I can't!

    I will be sure to updated you guys tomorrow after the Doc calls me!

    Sky I hope the med's cure your boy! Are they thinking they will have to pull out any teeth later?
         
        06-17-2009, 10:33 PM
      #13
    Yearling
    Sorry to hear your baby's in pain..... glad the vet figured it out and can fix it though. I remember how hard it is to leave them at the vet hospital. I felt really bad with our pony because he's terrified of Hispanics and those were the barn workers at our local vet hospital. When we picked him up, his legs were seriously shaking.

    Glad she'll be OK and hope it went well.
         
        06-18-2009, 12:04 PM
      #14
    Yearling
    Hey there....
    Today is thursday and I remembered that Remedy will have surgery today! I hope that all will go well and the healing will be able to begin...
    It surely is a tough deal to watch when our babes are hurting and need big things like surgery!
    Sending out a bunch of good vibes.....
    Half Pass..
         
        06-18-2009, 01:01 PM
      #15
    Foal
    Hope everything is going well for Rem today. Our little hunk of man stuff Scottish Terrier (aka my stud dog) had a rectal type tumor on his little rear. The vet said it had to come off so he went under the knife a few weeks ago. While he was doing the surgery the vet cut an artery Didn't know they had arterys on their butts but oh well Anyway he goes in tomorrow to get his stitches out and he is doing fabulous.
    Its always something isn't it? I'm sure Conner developed his tumor from all that being a hunk of man stuff stress
    Makes you wonder how Rem got her injury?

    Sorry Tiffany, this is Vidaloco, I didn't log Tony off before I started typing. How embarrassing
         
        06-18-2009, 08:19 PM
      #16
    Trained
    Oh Vida your poor poor puppy! That would be just to most uncomfortable thing ever!!

    Rem did very well today according to the vet! The procedure went well and they are still expecting a full recovery! I will head out first thing in the morning to go get my little darling!

    Halfpass a special thanks to you for checking back, and thanks so much for the great vibes!

    Once again thanks to everyone for the support I will update again tomorrow and how she is doing once she is back at the barn!
         

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