48395Re: [FH] help!
- Jul 9 4:06 PMSo happy Marlow is home! Yes he has been through a traumatic experience and it will take some time for him to bounce back. I remember bringing Boo home after several days at the hospital in oxygen. My poor girl was not herself for awhile but she had also been sedated.
He needs rest now more than anything. Being home will ease his stress level and he will be eating before you know it :)
Keep us posted!
Laurie and Boo
From: kathleen <katiekatiekate32308@...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 9, 2013 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: [FH] help!
Thanks for all of the kind thoughts, and useful advice. Marlow has returned home! I am nervous because he seems nauseous and miserable looking, but his respiration rate at home once he was relaxed is around 38, which seems okay for now. He is not interested in eating, but has only been home for an hour, so I'm going to give him some time to sleep off his big adventure. He is on 12.5 mg of lasix twice a day, and I'm hoping that helps make him feel better soon.
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