Plop, plop, poop

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Re: Plop, plop, poop

Postby PitBull-Lady » Tue Nov 06, 2012 7:11 pm

Thanks guys! It is good to use all the smilies :))

...and it happened again 2 times today!!!!! WOOT!!!!! :peace:
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Re: Plop, plop, poop

Postby AllisonPitbullLvr » Tue Nov 06, 2012 7:43 pm

Yayyyyyy!!!!!!!!
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Re: Plop, plop, poop

Postby PitBull-Lady » Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:46 pm

so have you totally felt like a moron? Well today I do.

Yesterday morning, I was fumbling around in the dark feeding the idiots. I accidentally placed Flower's food in front of Capone. So duh, he started eating. In just a couple of seconds I noticed my error and picked up the bowl and swapped them out. So he ate her 'with fat' food instead of his low fat food.

Well, last night and this morning, the poop is less than firm and the poor buddy is farty and loose. So, he gets an extra piece of prednisone to counter mom's idiocy. grrrrrrr & it's all my fault! :po:
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Re: Plop, plop, poop

Postby PitBull-Lady » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:05 am

So, we had a scare with his peeing a few weeks ago and I thought I'd add this to my growing post.
We did an x-ray of his abdomen. Hey at least he does not have magnets, pantyhose, tennis balls or ketchup packets in there.

The x-ray showed little by way of stones. We had an x-ray with an interpretation performed.

*The abdominal cavity is normal. Upon air being placed in the bladder it adequately distended with gas.
*The walls are thin and dorsal aspect of the urinary bladder could not be assessed because the colon was in the way. <guess it’s good his guts are where they are supposed to be>
*Loss of serosal detail <due to lack of fat, pancreatitis?>
*No visual of free gas in the abdomen <guess that's good, he can just keep the gas coming from his rectum>
*No visual of stones <yeah>Further evaluation after enema is recommended.

Pee thread, "Low Urine Flow" viewtopic.php?f=5&t=155666
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