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Day Four – An Okay Day

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Today has been an okay day for Marley! Again, a few very bad squeals and yelps, and we think we’ve narrowed it down to when she has her head lowered a bit. She did it while she eating out of (raised) food dish, and she does it outside when she’s leaning down a bit. Other than that, we aren’t sure why it’s happening, and it doesn’t seem to happen ALL the time when she’s leaning down (i.e., she was chewing on a bone while standing and seemed perfectly content).

I sound like a broken record, but it was unnerving. Thankfully I will talk to the surgical team tomorrow and get some more information on whether this is normal or not. It does not feel normal. I will be upset if we have to drag her back in to get assessed as she’s already been through so much.

On the positive side, she seems really happy. Wagging her tail and really wants to go for a long walk. She keeps eyeing the couch as she wants to jump on it, and also wants to come upstairs to the main floor where we usually hang out. (Either my partner or I are down here with her 24/7, so she isn’t alone – but she knows the main floor is the main hub of the house.) Of course, we won’t let her upstairs or anything for at least a couple of weeks. I am really taking her healing and recovery seriously, especially as we already seem to have one issue. I am amazed at her resilience and perseverance. I knew deep down that she could do it, but wow… she’s really doing it <3

I love you Moo!


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2 thoughts on “Day Four – An Okay Day”

  1. Awww we love you too Moo! I’m catching up on your story and just wanted to say hello and welcome. It does sound like phantom pain. Let us know what the surgeon says OK?

    So nice to meet you!

    1. Thank you for your comment 🙂 I just posted an update, but the surgeon doesn’t think it is phantom limb pain (at least not yet), and thinks it’s likely a strain as she figures out how to maneuver her new body. It actually has quieted down quite a bit so fingers crossed it doesn’t crop up again.

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