I shot these pictures near my studio over two months ago and almost forgot where I saved them :| And now when i finally I found them recently deep inside my drive which is full of folders.. random folders. I thought to share them with you all.
Also, there's a #PUPDATE for all those who wanted to know about how's Spikey doing.
She is truly the heart of our family, She makes us feel alive and happy just by her presence around us. I love cuddling with her, It's hard for me to recall what I went through when she was ill a couple of weeks ago.
Spikey was really sick, like badly and it made me weak on my knees.
One not-so- fine day, she couldn't chew anything or even drink for that matter, and later she had some weird fizz in her mouth, we immediately took her to the vet. Doctor recommended some tests to check if everything's fine with her internally.
Blood tests increase the chance of detecting a hidden problem that could prove to be life threatening. In older animals, chest radiography are recommended to ensure there is no pre-existing pathology in the heart or lungs that might increase the risk of an adverse reaction.
She had little fever on Day 1 which was gone completely on Day 2, we thought she just had an oral infection, but looking at her condition we realized she had Periodontal Disease. Thank God it was treatable.
We had 2 treatment options either to go for professional Dental Cleaning that required giving anesthesia to spikey as part of the surgery (or procedure) or the second option Oral Hygiene at Home that requires applying a dental gel on her gums and teeth every day, also we had to keep her on Antibiotics twice a day, which means we were suppose to take her to the vet twice daily every single day for almost a week.
We opted for the second option (Safe but Slow)
Trust me guys. It was TOUGH! Spending hours at the vet, looking at her innocent helpless face was the least thing I would have ever wanted. I had cried multiple times during that week., feeding her liquids through syringes was so heartbreaking. One miserable pooch she was. But slowly she came along, and with that, so did our huge relief and thanksgiving.