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Old 04-03-2014, 02:42 PM
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This humidity is really rough on her as well as the 80 degree weather. She barely made it a block last night.

We really are going to have to do no exercise for about half of the year with her. Plus I've been reading and prognosis seems so mixed. She's doing well indoors though and staying active and crazy.
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Old 04-03-2014, 02:51 PM
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Also reading into the stenting stuff doesn't sound like an option for me. Everythign I'm reading says most dogs die within a year or two anyways of the stent being put in. The procedure is very expensive and prone to complications. :/

Trying not to think that far in advance.
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Old 04-03-2014, 04:31 PM
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This humidity is really rough on her as well as the 80 degree weather. She barely made it a block last night.

We really are going to have to do no exercise for about half of the year with her. Plus I've been reading and prognosis seems so mixed. She's doing well indoors though and staying active and crazy.
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Also reading into the stenting stuff doesn't sound like an option for me. Everythign I'm reading says most dogs die within a year or two anyways of the stent being put in. The procedure is very expensive and prone to complications. :/

Trying not to think that far in advance.
I'm sorry.

I have read also that the surgery is not usually worth it or in the best interest of dog.

Sending many vibes that Mia gets through with less exercise and her little smart active mind stays busy indoors.
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