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dbnc2
Nov 11, 2017
A beautiful mystery for today
Coravee
Sep 15, 2017
It won't be long until we see trees like this again.
carolsapple
Nov 18, 2016
Beautiful tree and day has been one of my worst days. Can't stop crying!
trynfindit
Nov 19, 2016
Carol, what's wrong?
carolsapple
Nov 19, 2016
Honestly I've been crying for the past two days! Our dog who we've had since she was a puppy - 3 mo. recently became sick. She went to the groomers and fine. She always has an appepite and a couple of nights ago - she was shivering, then we attempted to give her food. Nope wasn't interested. She'd come when called and she looked like she was sedated but knew she wasn't. I immediately knew something was wrong. Immediately contacted an emergency pet hospital. They checked her belly and said she has a fever, kidney infection and pancreatis. They said that they caught it early. I felt she was much too sick so I had her stay overnight. They gave her IV's, pain meds and antiobiotics through the IV. This am we picked her up early. They said she was groggy from those pain meds. I went to work and called him this afternoon. Hubby said somethings wrong get home ASAP. She's convulsing. I arrive home and he's at the door crying and said I think she's dead. He has gout in his hand and couldn't pick her up so I did it. I rush her to the vet. I was panicking taking her to both vets. I arrive at the vet and immediately say (crying) I think my dog is dead and need help. They vet checks her and enters the exam room and said she's passed. She was the most sweestest dog! Loved people, dogs and loved to play. When I brought her to the ER vet - I said before leaving the house - oh god I hope she's not dying. We're now trying to figure out what happened to cause this demise. At our vet I quickly said my goodbye because we had already talked to the vet and cried the entire time!
JUDY2014
Nov 19, 2016
So sorry for the loss of your sweet dog. I know pancreatis is a rough thing to get over but I wonder how or why the vet sent her home groggy? No pet should be sent home groggy. My heart breaks for you. I have experienced this problem with a dog I had. I still cry when I see her picture.
carolsapple
Nov 19, 2016
They informed me that she was in pain and that's the reason she was groggy. The ER vet said that her kidney infection was chronic and I said well this is the first time I've heard this. We thought she was getting better. Our vet looked over the report from the ER vet and he said I'm not finding anything abnormal. I was in a total both times I took her to the vet. This ER vet said oh you gave her raw meat when I said I gave her hamburger to encourage her to eat. I had to tell them no. She's always had a healthy appepite and that was a sign to me. The other weird thing is that after they said she was groggy the ER vet staff said that she got up to drink water. We were saying yeah great but then thought how could she when your staff had to carry her to our car.
jazz0130
Nov 19, 2016
Oh Carol, I'm so sorry. I had to put one of my cats down the other day because of a large tumor. It's so hard whether it's expected or not. I'm sure you have wonderful memories of your precious little girl to savor. Sending you big hugs.
trynfindit
Nov 20, 2016
Carol, so many of us can completely understand why you are so upset. When I was younger I had a gorgeous solid black german shepherd who got hit by a car and broke his spinal cord. I had to put him down and I cried solid for days and off and on for months afterward. I was so upset right after he died I couldn't go to work. And, more recently, we had our lovely, adorable corgi pass away. He had epileptic seizures and watching him go through those was so very dreadful. He passed away just about a year ago. Our pets are such sweet parts of our lives, ingrained into each and every day. Your loss is like having a wound that seems like it will never heal. But it will, eventually, and you have such lovely memories of your time with your precious dog.
JUDY2014
Nov 20, 2016
Carol, the fact that the ER carried her to the car totally sends me into a rage. If they diagnosed it correctly they would have instructed you to bring her to your local vet and continue IV and medication. Did they do that? Find out just what they did and what kind of meds they put her on and have your vet explain the reasons of what they did and why.You cannot bring her back but you can pursue with your vet on what could have gone wrong. If the ER screwed up, you will at least help any animal going to the ER in the future. Was the vet at the ER just out of school with not much experience? So many questions to ask. I refused to leave any of my animals in the ER overnight. I have taken them home and stayed up all nite until my vet opened. Learn what you can from this horrible experience so you have the knowledge and pass the information on to your friends. Knowledge is power.
carolsapple
Nov 20, 2016
Our vet who I've used for 20 years. After he told us that she's passed we were asking questions as to why. She was in perfect health. After he said Sorry he replies well we all have to die sometime. True but just wanted to know why. Some of these vets act like you've done something wrong when they ask questions. Everybody that saw her said omg what an adorable dog and with great markings. She wanted to please. She'd often come up to us nudging us with her nose to tell us that she wanted to be petted. Even kids in the neighborhood loved her. That's one thing I didn't have to worry about her was growling or bitting at a dog or person!
carolsapple
Nov 20, 2016
Judy my problem is that these two vets (the ER vet and our vet) had two different diagnosis. I was informed at the ER vet that they would give her pain meds and antioboiotics. Yeah the ER vet seemed very young. He said that this was common and even giving a treat loaded with fat and salt could set off this pancreatis. The ER vet didn't say to immediately bring her to our local vet after pick up. They said to give her meds for pain and antiboitics. Now I wonder if we dropped her off at our local vet if she'd still be alive. With most people her symptoms wouldn't know she's sick. They would think that she has a stomach bug. The reason I left her there is because the ER vet said well you could bring her home and attempt to give her meds but she could get sicker and throw up the meds. I'm upset with our vet as well. He kept saying well it's hard to say why she passed. I wanted answers and he was acting like "Oh it's hard to say why she died". I could do a neocropsy and still might not have an answer. My husband wanted answers as well.
Coravee
Nov 20, 2016
So very, very sorry. I had to have my 16 year old cat put down a month ago and I still cry. He was the only pet I had that could remember my husband, who cuddled him as a kitten. But my vets office was so sympathetic and so understanding. They even sent a sympathy card, with signatures from all the office people. Some people DO understand just what pets mean to us, and how they have enriched our lives. It is so hard to see them suffer.
jazz0130
Nov 21, 2016
A necropsy might be a good idea, Carol. They don't cost too much relatively speaking and can be done at an independent location, like a veterinary college lab. They are usually very thorough and give good conclusive information. That may provide you some peace of mind.
carolsapple
Nov 21, 2016
During this crisis, my husband was telling what went wrong that day. I was in too much of a panic and upset to hear what he was telling me. He was telling me her behavior. Then he was telling me that she was in pain and suffering. We know we can't bring her back but didn't want her in pain and suffering! A local vets office here told me that after their pets have surgery the owners are asked if they need pain meds for their pets. This staff at the vets office tells me that people respond no. I always request it.
JUDY2014
Nov 21, 2016
All surgeries animals or people need meds for pain. I don't even know a vet who does not give pain meds. They don't even ask they just give it and it does not make them groggy. You know most vets (like doctors) do not speek badly about another vet. They must explain that to them in vet school. And yes, just a bit of fat can cause the pancreas to fail but your ER vet should have explained more to you and your vet has no bedside manner (sorry) with that attitude he has been in the business too long and needs to retire. Sounds like the ER vet or assistant gave the wrong meds or overdosed you sweet dog. This smells like a very bad mistake from the ER. I am truly sorry for your loss, may she rest in peace.
carolsapple
Nov 22, 2016
Thanks and now I want to use another vet when we get another dog. My husband was home and had to watch this transpire. I kept telling him that he did the best that he could. Sometimes my issue with these vets is that I'll call and report the dogs behavior. Sometimes they'll say oh their fine when their not. Then I made an appt. because she stopped eating and drinking. They were implying that I was refusing her water. I had to tell them no I encourage to eat and drink but she's refusing. Finally I got her into the vet.
trynfindit
Nov 22, 2016
Finding the right vet is as important as finding the doctor that is right for you. Just because a professional has a veterinary degree, medical degree or law degree doesn't mean they are a GOOD vet, doctor or lawyer. We are fortunate to have a wonderful vet (and great doctors, for that matter). Ask around to friends who have dogs to see if they like their vet - and why they like him/her.
carolsapple
Nov 22, 2016
Thanks all for the support. It really meant alot - now I'll be preparing for Thanksgiving. I'll be making a Lemon Mousse Cheesecake. I'll be baking in the next few weeks. Some xmas seasons I've been asked if I'm making fudge or toffee that year. A member of my husbands family asked to make them some and send it to them.
trynfindit
Nov 25, 2016
I was surprised how easy it is to make toffee til I made it a few years ago. Yummy!
carolsapple
Nov 25, 2016
I made Toffee as well a few years ago. I couldn't stop eating it. I brought some over to our neighbor. The hubby says homemade toffee? I said yeah and he says omg I love that stuff. Within a couple of min. he eats two pieces infront of me and says omg!
aussiesapphire
Nov 18, 2016
Beautiful country and lovely image.

"I got tired of looking at all those leaves in my yard, so I got up off the couch and went into action. I closed the curtains."

Q: Why do birds fly south in the Fall?
A: Because it's too far to walk.

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
JAMP124
Nov 18, 2016
Thank goodness for curtains!
ParsonWayne
Nov 18, 2016
Yes, it's curtains for those leaves. What a drape comment.
SwampLady
Nov 18, 2016
One day when I was much younger I was driving through a neighborhood of beautiful yards covered in leaves. When I came across a yard bare of leaves. It ruined the view. I haven't raked since.
KNadineM
Nov 18, 2016
Too funny about the curtains. :D
darambo
Nov 18, 2016
Aussie I'll have to try the trick with the curtains hahaha :) Will write soon, take care. Everyone be safe out there.
KNadineM
Nov 19, 2016
Lol @ SwampLady! I'm loving these jokes!
ParsonWayne
Nov 21, 2016
It must seem strange to you, AS, getting leaves bright yellow in your Spring.
If you have Daylight Savings time in Australia do you Fall back in your Autumn and Spring forward after winter?
aussiesapphire
Nov 22, 2016
We do have daylight savings here, but not in the State in which I live (Queensland), New South Wales and Victoria are now on DST. I really think it only works where the winters are very cold and as we are in the tropical north, not here. Hugs.
retirenow14
Nov 22, 2016
My husband waits until 1/2 of the leaves have fallen. Then He mows the lawn. After all the leaves have fallen, he mows the lawn again. This feeds the lawn for the winter and rids the lawn of leaf coverage.
aussiesapphire
Nov 22, 2016
Wise man your husband retirenow, you should patent that idea. :) Hugs
ParsonWayne
Nov 22, 2016
At least he doesn't leaf them as they fell for all winter. I am sure it is a re-leaf for rt14 to see that the leaves are still providing mulch for the grass over the winter
KNadineM
Nov 22, 2016
Retirenow14, I've heard of people doing what your husband does and for the same reason.
ParsonWayne
Nov 24, 2016
It is what I have done for years. It adds to the soil and is easier than raking them.
babygirlkfor
Nov 18, 2016
Pretty tree I like lonely trees because they are alone as I am
trynfindit
Nov 19, 2016
Babygirl, where do you live, and why are you so alone?
babygirlkfor
Nov 19, 2016
I live in South Oregon I dont know why people exclude me in groups or why Im treated like I dont exists or screw me over on things
trynfindit
Nov 20, 2016
When I was growing up I always felt like I was 'on the outside looking in.' It's a very hurtful experience. Perhaps if you feel you are being excluded by groups why not turn your energy into volunteering somewhere - a hospital, retirement home, your church, or a pet shelter, for example. I don't know how old you are but, as I got older, I realized that I was/am a good person and that God loves me so very much. I found things I was good at (I'm a potter and my artistic ability comes through in that) and that's what you need to do; maybe you are good at writing, painting, drawing, music. As you find that you do have value you will feel better about yourself.
aussiesapphire
Nov 20, 2016
Good advice trynfindit. Hugs.
Coravee
Nov 20, 2016
Communicate with us here. We'll be your friends. Some of us have gone through some hard stuff and been encouraged through it by our friends here. We may give you too much advice, but some of it will be good. And we won't get mad at you if you don't take it. I Promise!
aussiesapphire
Nov 20, 2016
Well said Coravee. Hugs.
jas6415
Nov 18, 2016
Beautiful....Love the fall colors
JAMP124
Nov 18, 2016
It's a golden time of year --- especially the oaks which hold on to leaves longer than most.
darambo
Nov 18, 2016
Jamp124 I love oak trees they are knarly and beautiful. I live in Oregon at an altitude that is too high for them. Really miss seeing them, when we get lower and start seeing them I feel like I'm at home as I grew up around them. Be safe.
elijah13
Nov 18, 2016
Quick puzzle!
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