Posted by: Adrianna | July 26, 2010

Medication/food/walk

7am Walk (1980 steps) U+++ BM ++ (N). Much, much cooler out so we had a nice walk.  Back to 90F later today so we walked a little farther this morning. Gabapentin, levothyroxine, ursodiol this morning.  Merrick canned food and 1/2 c EVO. Ate all.

~11am Dogwalker U++

~3pm Dogwalker U++

6pm Um, gassy.  Big time. Onco-farts are real bunker-busters, let me tell you.

8pm Walk (1940 steps) U+++ BM +++ (diarrhea! aargh vincristine right on schedule, we hate you! except for the cancer-blasting, keep that up … just leave the intestines alone pls.)  Dasuquin soft chew.  Levothyroxine, gabapentin, Gas-X in pill pocket. Fed 1/2 can i/d plus 1/4 tomato (he loves tomato, always has) plus kibble in Molecuball.  Ate ok, not much enthusiasm. Got tired mid-way through walk, too.

He keeps licking his R forepaw and I noticed he is missing a little hair on it.  Not a large amount, more of a “moth-eaten” look. Hmm.

9:30pm Uh-oh. He has started to pant-n-pace.  The whole pseudo-bloat nightmare.  Also snapping at his rear. Gave him a Benadryl (for itchy factor), another Gas-X in pill pockets.

10pm Agitated, won’t settle.  Gave metoclopramide (this helps move things along in the stomach), we’ll see.

11pm A few major eruptions later, he is sound asleep on the bed, breathing better, sprawled out.  I am not sure how or why metoclopramide works so well or so fast, but I love it.

12:30am Walk (1150 steps) U+++ BM +++ (soft).  A ton of urine, not sure why.  It’s still relatively cool out so it was a nice walk. Two EFA caps in pill pockets. Mr. Pugs biscuit.

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