Monday, December 1, 2014

a mini pancake for bailey

who knew a little 4 pound chihuahua could have so much energy. we have a 3:00 appointment with dr w today and i can't wait to see him. bailey is so restless. she's restless in the playpen and she's restless in our arms. in the playpen, she tumbles around like a gymnast and in our arms she constantly pushes with her back legs like grasshopper trying to leap away.

another odd thing is that she has a voracious appetite. i feed her every 3 hours and she gulps down every bite like she's starving. very out of character for her.

i know it's only been two weeks since her accident, so i don't know if it's too soon to be asking about some sort of therapy for her weak front legs, but i'll ask anyway.


on jack in the box's breakfast menu, they have mini pancakes. since doc said we can add pancakes to bailey's diet, we shared an order over the weekend. she got one and i got seven. BOL



thanks to alfie's blog, my brown newfies & snoopy's dog blog for hosting monday mischief blog hop.

until we meet again my friends-

23 comments:

  1. We are so deeply sorry to read about Bailey's accident, and we are so relieved you can go back and see the doctor today. Sending POTP.
    Much love, Tootsie and her humans

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  2. Will be thinking of you today.
    Lots of POTP
    Loves and healing licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. The bummer is muscles take so long to build up but they fall apart so fast. Maybe all her squirminess is because she is nervous about not feeling right and not really being able to move. We are just so thankful she is moving and eating. Looking forward to hearing what the doc has to say.

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  4. It sounds like Bailey is recovering. I hope your vet visit goes well.

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  5. My paws are crossed for Bailey's continued recovery!

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  6. We have you in our prayers and have all our paws crossed for a good checkup today.

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  7. Best wishes for your doctor visit. I hope you get helpful news. I'll be thinking of you.

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  8. Will be thinking of you today, best of luck at the doctors.

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  9. we will have our paws crossed for some good news today

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  10. Sounds like she is on the mend. I will keep her in my thoughts for your checkup today.

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  11. Bailey we are constantly sending you good vibes. Don't eat to much little one. Mom is doing all she can to get you all better. Good luck at the doctors
    Lily & Edward

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  12. Will be thinking about you today, especially around late afternoon. Sending best wishes for Baileys recovery. Terri, Sophia, Niko and Millie

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  13. Good to learn you are getting some little pancakes - lucky dog! I'll continue to pray for your full healing and recovery.

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  14. Eating well is a very good sign she is getting better. Love the mini pancakes, just chi sized :)
    Lynne x

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  15. Hope you get good news at the docs.

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  16. That's so sweet you two shared breakfast! Don't second guess yourself for wanting to ask about therapy. You ask all the questions you want - that's your baby.

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  17. At least there are special treats to enjoy for the time being! Hang in there, little furiend!

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  18. Can't wait to hear what the doctor had to say today. Praying for good news.

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  19. one for B and the rest for you may make you, ahem, heavy! Those little pancakes are the cutest things. I hope B is well soon. She is so cute. LeeAnna at not afraid of color

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  20. It's so exciting to see Bailey improving!! I was wondering about an update and then realized I have Bailey's updates going into her own file... BOL! Will be looking forward to hearing what the update is after your visit to the Vet!

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  21. I'm happy to see Bailey is obviously getting her strength back. Physical therapy is always good, I think. You can lose muscle mass SO quickly but it can take so long to get it back. Good luck at the Vet!

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