Today Sophia got some wonderful news and we wanted to share it with all of you! After 12 weeks, Sophia has officially been released by her dogtor and can resume normal activities! I could not be happier for her! And let me just say how extremely proud I am of her and how tough she's been these past few months. For those of you that may not know she has been through quite a lot in the past few months.
It all started with the onset of a cataract that matured in just a few days. Two weeks later she suffered from HGE and was so very sick. She was then diagnosed with an enlarged spleen. We took her to see a specialist who then also diagnosed her with cervical ivdd. They took a sample from her spleen and sent it off to see if there was any cancer present. A few days later she was diagnosed with pancreatitis. My poor, sweet girl had been prodded and poked, had two fluid packs, was kept on iv fluids for a day, had antibiotics, anti-nausea meds, diazepam and gabapentin for the ivdd. And through it all, even when she was the sickest, she never lost her sweet spirit. When she didn't have the energy to stand, she would wag her tail. I shed so many tears, and had so many sleepless nights but in those moments when she would look at me and wag her tail, I knew she would be ok. She's a fighter and one tough little cookie. She's my little superhero, my little #wonderwoman, my little #wonderween. Thank you all for all the prayers, the well wishes and love that you've all shared over these past few months. They were such a comfort to us and we couldn't wait to share the good news with you! We love you guys!! #ivddrecovery#ivddsucks#ivdd#ivddsurvivor#fighter#superhero