All’s right with my world again! I got signed off by vet this afternoon - for past week I had ulcer on my eye, endless eye drops, and swipe left to see what the problem was.... biggest grass seed right round behind back of my eye 😦 Was sedated last Thursday when they had a good look and found it - Mum and I SO relieved, no more eye drops and we went on big celebration walk tonight (I have been on lead for 10 days!!).
Swipe for a panoramic view of my garden 😍 (not finished obv) in all its weedy glory! This is what the sales agent sent me today 😊 patio obv not finished yet and shed is going to go where the outy bit of patio is on the far left 🤗 cannot wait to get moved in now I've been approved by HTB!
Well guys I had surgery today. Turns out I ate some grass seed back in June and it basically got stuck in my throat and started growing 😳. Thank goodness for our amazing vet @auroraanimalhospital
Good news is the foreign body is out! Bad news is I have a drain in for a few days 😢
My sweet pawrents are taking the best care of me though and my brother Biscuit is too (he brought me my favorite stick)! #thetrufflife#bassethound#bassethoundsofinstagram#surgery#grassseed#stuck#healing#sticks#vet
#DogOwners - What is this mother fudger right here? This is a Grass seed taken out of my Brutus’ nostril.
So I took my Brutus for a walk this evening. Everything was as normal when he started sneezing profusely that his snout started to look like that of a Rabid dog.
Worried, I hurried home thinking he might just sneeze out whatever he breathed in. 20 minutes later, Brutus just collapsed but was conscious.
Called Dr Alan at Highgate Vet. He was closing down but made the time to see Brutus. Took him in and doc tried his best to get it out. Brutus just wouldn’t let him as it was just too discomforting for the poor boy. Doc recommended he go under anaesthesia. And in 10 minutes we were done. The doc managed to pull the grass seed out. Nothing but gratitude to him and Edward.
Dog owners be careful when walking your pet out in the park. Keep an eye out for the dreaded Grass seed.
Thank you Dr Alan at @highgatevet