Yes... she seems back to normal. Even plays with the grandbaby now, and she's not a 'kid' dog. She generally distrusts wee ones, but the baby picked a fight with her over the weekend and much snorting and play-growling, invitations to play (Bowing and butt wiggling) went on.
Her water intake is back to normal, her bladder is almost back to normal. Just the occasional middle of the night (Usually 5 am) potty break and that's it in terms of 'extra' bathroom breaks.
I have switched her food to a no-grain brand: she's getting a daily can of no-grain soft food topped with the CBD oil. I'm making sure she always has something out to snack on during the day (no-grain kibble) as the vet said the only other alternative, without extensive testing, was that she may be suffering from hypoglycemic seizures - but I've always kept kibble out for her, all our animals are 'free grazers' - we don't have set times for feeding the cats and dogs, they have access to food 24/7. Thing is, with her teeth getting worn down, she may have been having trouble with the larger sized kibble, so now she gets a small breed sized.
Whatever this was - It was an awful reminder: She's 13 at the youngest, 14 at the oldest. No matter how much vet care she gets in the future, my time with her is getting short.
"We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that death will tremble to take us."