Monthly Archives: March 2011
Bellona went to the vet this morning to have her blood taken. Hopefully her white blood cells are high enough for Chemo tomorrow.
I took Bellona into the vet this morning for Chemo but after they drew her blood the found her white blood cell count was too low today. Dr. Carlson said the minimum acceptable is 3500 and Bellona’s white cell count was 2300. … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while. I’ve been sick and we’ve been pretty busy. Bellona is still doing great and has been running a lot more now when she’s outside. Right now Bellona is curled up on the couch … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t blogged in a few days. Bellona is still doing great – and continues to be a little ornery. Bellona’s normal personality is somewhat ornery so I’m not worried at all.
Bellona decided it was time for bed and figured the best way to get upstairs was to climb over the (baby/dog) gate. I thought I was going to have a panic attack or a broken dog. The gate is one … Continue reading
Last night Bellona slept on our bed all night. Before the amputation that was her normal sleeping spot at bed time. Bellona must have been comfortable because she was snoring and hogging the bed.
Bellona is at her usual spot this time of the evening (on the dog bed in front of the fire). It’s now 1 week since Bellona’s first Chemo treatment of Carbo and she didn’t have any adverse reactions – yay! … Continue reading
We had an unusually sunny morning here in WA. It’s still chilly (about 40 degrees) but Big B didn’t mind at all. Bellona spent the morning by running around the yard, barking at the dogs next door through the fence and sun bathed. … Continue reading
Tonight Bellona has been a crazy girl. We got home from the store and Bellona was hopping around and running just like she used to. If you didn’t look at Bellona’s legs you wouldn’t know she’s missing one. I guess … Continue reading
Another quiet evening for us tonight. Bellona is still doing doing great and she’s in her usual napping spot on her bed in front of the fire.