Here is Sherlock's link for those people who want to read her story! Dr. Pinky Pinkerton is strutting his stuff...Thanks for the update Wendy!
Good news on Sherlock's liver enzymes. They've decreased to just over 600 (from 800-900). He said her count is not "normal" (usually normal is around 120 or so), but that it has decreased enough that he doesn't need to see her again until August unless she becomes ill again. He also told me that her count this time was even better than her count last December (and that was before she got so sick this spring).
So, I still have about 1/4 bottles left of the liver enzymes and Lyme's Disease medicine. Her tail doesn't droop so much---it droops every once in a while now instead of all the time. Her endurance still isn't 100% as I mentioned in my last email, but improving. She's is only "trotting" in our walks and still hasn't been real good at running yet. She still has a runny nose, but not "dripping" as badly. Her BMs have become more dry and come in many small droppings instead of more solid, longer BMs. I'm not sure if that's due to the medicine or new dog food I put her on which has a little clay in it to suck the yucky stuff off the lining of her gut--could be a change occurring in her gut with the new dog food???? Her fur still appears a little dry than what I'm use to seeing on her. What do you want me to do, Holly?
Thanks for helping my pooch and her liver!!!!!
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