Wednesday, December 3, 2008

No News is Good News

We did not hear from Jason today about Annie. He was off today but we were told that he usually comes into the office about 3pm to check on his animals. When that time came and went Joe decided to go ahead and call to see what was going on. Jason didn't come into the office but he did call and gave one of the other vets instructions on the amount of steroids to give Annie. He knew she was doing much better and it looks like she will come home tomorrow. How exciting is that? I am so thankful that I am leaving work at 11am for the weekend. I have a dr's appt at 2pm but I should be able to see and/or talk to Annie before then.

We all feel much better about the entire situation. We don't know yet what is going on but that the medication is working and she is getting better. We opted to leave her at the vet's overnight just in case. We live so far out in the country we would hate to take the chance of her being home and needing to be close to the doctor.

I for one cannot wait to love on that precious face of hers. Have you ever seen a more lovable face?



We are having Christmas at our house Friday night and I know what my present is.......a healthy Annie. There is nothing more that I could ask for.


MichelleSG said...

Oh so good to hear that she's responding well to the meds. Her symptoms are just wild sounding, I'm anxious to hear what the tests end up saying. And you get to have your girlie back tomorrow! Yay!!

Bill said...

When a beloved pet is at the vet, no news is good news, and out of sight is never out of mind.

peanut said...

oh m'gosh, I missed reading your blog two days and missed poor little Annie's predicament.

I am very happy to read that the scary part is pretty much over and she is doing better. How scary.

I'm so sorry you all had to go through this.

I can certainly pray now for her continued wellbeing and recovery.

And yes, she does have a very pretty little face !

Glad the news is positive.

Syd said...

I'm so glad about Annie. Hope that she will be home soon for her TLC with her humans.

Andrea said...

I am glad she is getting better. How scary. I hope she can come home tomorrow all better. She is adorable.