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Well, Poppy is doing very well since the start of her course of treatment and her new I/D diet.

She was vomiting 3 or 4 times a day, lost loads of weight, and then there was the contents of the litter tray... ewwww. She hasn't displayed any of those symptoms since 15th August and we're almost a month into treatment.

She's gone from boney and gaunt to a lively little thing, and she's turning into quite the little porker lol.

We're gradually weaning her off the tablets and she's now down to half a tablet every three days.
Won't be long and she'll be off them completely.
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Re: Poppy's Progress
Post on Thu 10 Sep 2009, 11:04 by Yorkshirerose
Aww thats brilliant news, bless her.

Sending lots of hugs and nibbles from Georgie and Jerry
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Re: Poppy's Progress
Post on Thu 10 Sep 2009, 17:44 by gemini
Awww thats really good to hear!!
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Re: Poppy's Progress
Post on Thu 10 Sep 2009, 17:53 by Flower Girl
Thank you. xxx

She has developed a ferocious appetite lol, but I guess this will subside when the medication is complete.

When it comes to her meds, I give her cooked chicken breast slices (ready sliced) and make a tiny slit in which to pop the half table in, and then plug it with a bit of chicken. Works like a charm lol!
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Re: Poppy's Progress
Post on Thu 10 Sep 2009, 20:25 by Caz
Glad to hear that Poppy is doing so well

It is always so nice to see an animal gain their strength after being poorly for a while.
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Re: Poppy's Progress
Post on Thu 10 Sep 2009, 22:13 by Flower Girl
It is, Caz. I was quite worried at one stage because she just wasn't thriving.

It's all looking good now, though.
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