hasn't had any accidents but she is getting us up occasionally in the middle of the night to go out and she is spending alot of time licking herself, which is not supposed to be a good sign.
I went in to talk to them about what we should do. Whiskey doesn't like this new food that she has to have in order to dissolve the bladder stones so I have been trying to add some water to it and heat it up a bit and that isn't helping much, so I started adding something else to it to make it more appealing to her, but that takes away from the special diet. You are not suppose to give them anything else other than that food or it doesn't work to dissolve the stones. As of the last day or so she won't eat it at all. The vet said that the licking she is doing is because she is sore and uncomfortable, so she is definitely not a happy camper! After talking to them at the clinic it seems that our only other option is surgery.
I emailed Kevin and we chatted back and forth and came up with the same decision. I phoned the vet today and the earliest they can do it is next Tuesday morning. So I will go back to Kingston tomorrow and come back here again on Monday. It looks like she will be at the vet's for 48 hours so that they can monitor her to make sure that she doesn't have any issues from the anesthesia or the operation itself. Until then I am still trying to get Whiskey to eat the special diet food, but I am mixing it with regular food so that she is at least getting some food in her.
We have had rain for the last three days and yesterday coming back with my Dad to his place after passing through a storm we saw this pretty rainbow.
We also saw a rare sight of a buck in the field with 4 female deer, but when I got out of the car to get a picture of them, they dashed off. Just thought it was nice to finish off on a happier note.