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    Thread: Mojo for Timber

    1. #21
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      So after a trip back to the Emergency vet yesterday- he was given an anti-nausea shot and antibiotics. Full bloodwork came back good. The doctor even took xrays-maybe a possible obstruction? Seemed to be a lot of gas, but she couldnt see anything specific. Today he was a bit better and ate a little kibble. I will try the chicken broth tomorrow. Thanks! Poor guy! And we didnt even have the surgery yet! I hope when the lump is out (about the size of a softball) he will feel much better back there!

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      Wish my mojo seemed to be making a better difference...hope you can get him comfortable until his surgery.
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      More mojo I really hope he starts feeling better

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      Poor guy. What a pain the @ss. Hope he feels better soon. Sending good thoughts your way.

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      I have used Slippery Elm Bark when my old cat got constipated. I know this isn't quite the same thing but maybe it would help stuff move along inside? Ask your Vet? Poor boy.

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