how old is your DD? I'm not sure how my two will be when our old cat eventually decides to call it a day. I've been told they will be very matter of fact about it but I think 7 year old DS will cry more than me .
hi, thanks for asking. They operated on her thinking she had a blockage in her intestines but found nothing. She was then on a drip until 2 o'clock sunday. Vets then discharged her telling dh they thought she would improve once home. They said that she might well be in deep shock and be better off at home.
It's been awful-she has gone from a perfectly happy,lively Jack russell on friday night to a skeletal,glazed little thing. She is shaking non stop and looks brain damaged to me Dh has taken her back to the vets now and they are going to run some more tests today.
DD has been fantastic but obviously wants her "old" dog back.