Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Update On The One I Loath

Yes y’all, this is a Zoe update!  With our intermutt issues last week, my mom never got around to telling you about how well Zoe is doing after having her pin removed.

This is Zoe…pain in my back side.

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Here is the Dogter looking at the before and after x-rays of Zoe’s leg.  He had to check to make sure the pin did what it needed to do before he took it out.  I think he was pleased with the way it had healed, so he gave the go ahead to have the pin removed.

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This is Zoe before the pin was taken out…she looks terrified!

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This is the pin that was in Zoe’s leg…all nine inches of it.

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This is the pointy end of it…YIKES!

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This is Zoe on her ride home, all dopey and drugged!

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The Dogter said that she will continue to heal and should make a recovery at about 85%  or more of what she was because of the injuries.   She walks a little crick-ity and has a little bit of a limp.   With her intensive injuries, it could have been much worse.  Mom said now Zoe has a story to tell and hopefully this will always be a reminder fur her to stay off the road!

Remember how bad it was??  Here is a before x-ray…look away if you are squeamish!

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This is me, since this is my blog and Zoe is trying to steal this too, along with duckie, lamby and all my squeaky toys.  Grrrr.

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19 comments :

  1. Oh Higs, you do not so loathe Zoe. Look at that first piccie...she's so sweet. I hope she gets better really soon now that the pin is out. 9 inches good lord! That's something. X

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  2. Oh my goodness! Seeing that x-ray is incredible. I hope she continues to make super progress and gives up stealing your toys, Higgins.

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  3. OUCH....That pin is as big as me!!! So glad it's out of your leg, Zoe. Quick, go bury it!

    Higgins, that was nice of you to let Zoe horn in on your blog today!

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  4. Well I am glad that Zoe is healing up nicely. I like the doped up look on her face. And Higgins that stink eye you are giving is priceless.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  5. Oweee, I hope she feels better now. And don't worry...it will always be your blog.

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  6. Glad she's healing nicely!
    Nola

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  7. We are g;ad Zoe is doing well. Higgins. Tell her now that she is well she can get her own stuffies. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  8. THIS is just WONDERFUL fur Zoe. We are THRILLED that she has healed so quickly and so well. YEP... let's HOPE she remembers to stay off the ROAD!!! Whew what an ordeal.

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  9. Aw, Zoe, I'm glad that she's better!

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  10. Woof! Woof! Continuing to send Zoe Golden Healing Thoughts. Golden Thanks for sharing your blog. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  11. So glad that Zoe is better and got that weird metal out of her!

    Nora

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  12. Oh, I am so glads Zoe is doin' good after gettin' that metal out of hers! Ouch! Hehehe, she looked all funny drugged! Poor gurl.
    Okay Higgins, now you know you loves her, and your just being a little jelly over all the attention she's been gettin' as of late, butts you gotta remember that you are THE Top Dog, and a hunky piece of ManDog!
    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  13. Oh, thank goodness is on the mend. She is very brave. And Higgins, it's ok, being as cool as you are, every once in a while it's ok to share the limelight!

    Woof

    Groucho

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  14. Thanks for the good news about Zoe, Higgins. Don't worry--we still love you too!

    Susan and Wrigs

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  16. Yay for Zoe, so happy she is doing so well - I'm shocked she's brave enough to try and steal your blog buddy, with a look like that even I'm scared over here!! :)

    Wags to all

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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