Tux was able to eat a small meal Friday evening, and keep it down all night. In the morning he woke up demanding food and ate a total of 4 tiny meals of boiled rice, chicken and turkey ground meat, with turkey broth and added electrolytes though the day. Lots of drooling going on Sunday morning, no puking, stopped in the afternoon and ate 4 meals as well.Started small portions of the prescription diet Sunday night, alternating with chicken and turkey meat. Has been eating and acting normal and went for walks since Saturday. Ordered new quality kibble, with 10% amount of fat and decent protein, to be fed after a couple weeks of the prescription diet.
Today he went back for another cPL test, which should come back Friday. It was a different Dr. who saw Tux today, who seems to be better at reading ultrasounds, so I asked for him. Dr. Frank wants to wait til the results come back, before taking an ultrasound.
Tux did not want to be there, but got blood drawn from the neck without a peep with me holding him. He "asked" for help several times when waiting , and in between. In circumstances like this, he never fails to remind me of the sadness behind the many dogs who have the behavioral issues that Tux has, and everything else related to fear, and their owners don't understand them and don't help them.