Tuesday, July 24, 2012

7/25/2012 Doggy days

Whew it has been a rough morning already. 10am

Skot took China in to the shower with him, she was getting pretty gamy. Then he wrestled her out and dried her off, I gave her her first dose of meds then she started leaking again. So Skot carried her outside but with no real success in having her stand or potty on her own.

After he brought her back in and got her cozy on her cushions I broke down crying again. I want so badly to have my wiggly bouncy puppy back and it's becoming harder and harder to believe we can rehabilitate her. We can't keep carrying her around and cleaning up dog piddle forever. So Skot and Mom and I agreed that if there is no marked improvement by the end of this week we will let her go on Monday.

It is such a heart rending choice to make. I know how much I love her and I know how much others enjoy her so I have been holding on to hope that this was fixable. But we need to be realistic.

SO for the next 5-6 days we are going to go ballistic with healing sessions, acupuncture and all around spoiling of the dog. If by Sunday she can wag her tail or stand on her own we will persist until she is fully recovered. If not then with great love and deep regret we will need to let her go. Highest Will be done.

All your love and prayers are very appreciated!
If you want to come visit please call and arrange a time.
If you want to donate a little to the medical bills that would be awesome too.

Light, Life and Love


  1. Much of the time the right choice is NOT the easy one. I have been there. Highest Will be done.

  2. I'm so sorry to hear that she's not responding to treatment (yet!) I wish tears were magick, like they are in the movies, and you could just drip one powerful tear and they'd get all better :( I'm sure she'd be healed many times over. (I'm using my tears to charge the candle that's been burning for her).

    Also, paypal account?

  3. Thank you Jenya your love is felt. Skot has a Paypal account @ Skot@skot.me

  4. I want to thank you for keeping us all up to date on your special China girl. She is one of the sweetest, most loving dogs I have ever seen, and won my heart over as soon as I met her.

    Kisses, hugs, loves, and chest rubs for China. If I could come over Friday morning, let me know.

  5. I'm so sorry to hear about China. My hopes and prayers go out to you all. I'm greatly hoping that China will improve so that you don't need to let her go, but should it have to be, then may she go with peace, knowing that she is loved and that it is in her best interest.