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This is Honeybear one day post op!  She has been amazing through this process.  Her surgery was 6/6/16, we picked her up the next day.  My husband and I couldn’t believe that she walked to us and smothered us with her usual slobbery kisses!  Of course she was a little groggy and on lots of pain meds but her sweet personality was still showing.  After the long list of post op instructions were covered we were free to take her home and start her recovery process.  I tried asking the nurse to come home with us but she politely declined 🙂

As soon as we got home I started making Honeybear some homemade chicken with broth and veggies in case she had a difficult time eating her dinner.  Let me just say the only difficult part was telling her she couldn’t have anymore! 🙂 She gobbled it up!  Bedtime was also a breeze as she slept comfortably in the same position on her bed all night.  It is amazing how she is walking/hopping on her own so quickly.  I can tell she seems a little shaky and off balance but I know a lot of that is from the pain meds.  I can’t wait until she is off of them and can really start hopping around.  Ironically one of her many nicknames is “bunny.” 🙂

We still have a long road ahead with chemo treatments around the corner and possibly physical therapy.  Everyday on this long road will be a blessing.  I am so happy with our decision to give Honeybear a fighting chance.  I pray she will conquer cancer and inspire others to do the same!!

 


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6 thoughts on “Hello Tripawds!”

  1. Beautiful girl and welcome. I am glad she is doing well. You will be totally amazed once the pain meds are gone and stitches.

    Keep fighting Honeybear

    hugs
    Michelle & Angel Sassy

  2. Look at you Honeybear! Standing tall and proud! You are a very good looking pup! And you’ve already mastered planting thst front leg in the center for perfect balance! Good job!

    The hospital meds are usually out of their system by day three. Honeybear may have a bit of a crash then. It can be a little trial and error as you try and keep the pain meds consistent so the pain doesn’t have a chance to get a head start.

    You have a great attitude and that will help “bunny” heal!

    Looking forward to more great updates….And cute pictures! 🙂

    Hugs!

    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

    1. Thank you for the compliments!! She is still doing well but has a bit of constipation going on which I know is common with the meds. I gave her some organic pumpkin to hopefully move things along soon 🙂 I will definitely keep updates coming, thank you for your support:-)

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