For those of you who do not know Connors story and wish to read it; his previouse thread is located here:
Dealing with Parvo
Connor is a rescued puppy who came down with Parvo at 6 weeks old; then was diagnosed with Wobblers Syndrome about a month and a half ago. His WS is thankfully mild for now; but because of the location on his spine, surgery would be very dangerous. The doctors feel that he is better off with therapy at the moment; and if he worsens, we will look at the surgery route.
Connor is nearly five months old, and doing fantastic with his hydro-therapy. His muscles are very week, but are very slowly gaining mass (they had atrophied terribly before we started his therapy; resembling sticks rather than legs.) He's such a goofball and has an amazing personality that has us all constantly laughing.
As a first post; we'll keep everything happy. Here is a video of him playing this evening with my brother's bedspread, and attempting to eat my camera!
note: our word for slobbering on things (as he often does) is 'slime.' so when I say 'Connor you slimed it!' I'm talking about the puddle of drool he left us!