Pup is still with me . She is slowly getting better but a ways to go yet . One day at a time .
She is allergic to every thing !
Her and I are still learning patience just like when I quit smoking and along with that determination to find the right combination to keep her comfortable and perseverance in doing so . The reward will come .
It's trial and error but we are always moving forward using new tools or coming up with new ideas . One day we will find the best treatment plan we can . The key is never giving up !
She is just a bundle of joy . She teaches us things every day and her unconditional love is obvious when she lets me treat her sores , clean her ears etc etc . Those big brown eyes just say thank you grandma puppy sitter that feels better . She never has been a wiggly worm , she loves being a lap dog .
I too had an asthma attack recently ( lilac trees and white fluff .. love em but they don't like me . ) smoking also triggered them but did I care when I smoked ...nope addiction won for years . Not anymore . Took my power back .
Glad it wasn't Covid ..
Anyway grandpup and I we are quite the pair . I have her 2 more weeks , so by then she should be strutting her stuff .
Just thought I'd stop in to update ya all . Thank you for the best wishes and prayers for her and for us .
Hope you are all doing well , staying safe and keeping the quit .
Was just thinking I'm sure this pup would be allergic to smoke too , so I am glad I don't do that anymore and no smokers in the family at all !
I will touch base again in a few days when I can .
Hey , btw a shout out to the moving club ...and to newbies
Its the first time in a long time thanks to quitting smoking that I am able to look after mowing a couple yards . Ya me ... with moderate copd mowing not one but two lawns without stopping for breath .
I owe that to quitting smoking and walking !
Keep up the good work everyone . It does pay off .