Buddy keeps waking me up in the middle of the night. I sit for at least a quarter of an hour with him outside in the middle of each night. He has problems with the control of his intestines and this disturbs him.
His balance is getting better and even his left leg gets stronger at the upper part. He can now walk alone and even started to move his tail a little bit.
I realize that he needs us around him all the time. He follows me where I go and I wouldn't let him at the moment alone.
We continue our daily three times of physiotherapy and I let him listen to the music and the mantra. I start to play again with him and his tennis ball. His ball means the world to him. We lay both on the floor and I roll the ball to him. He catches the ball and chews on it like he is at that moment in paradise and nothing bothers him. Joya also joins us and so all three of us have fun time together! I feel that Buddy is happy and found his center again and we tell him how wonderful he is. Besides the learning,physiotherapy and focusing on getting better we are mindful to include also the joyful part of life.
I did research and found out that Acupuncture is so supportive by FCE and so Veterinarian Rowena Barrett who is doing Acupuncture at our home will come tomorrow morning:
Here in a nutshell (out of Dr Rowenas Webpage) following information:
Which conditions can be treated by acupuncture?
Acupuncture can be used to treat virtually any injury or illness, including:
Joya, our Labrador, will even also have an acupuncture session because she has often seizures.
My husband and I know and feel that Buddy is on the right way of healing and we see daily progress. I will tell you tomorrow how the treatment went with the Acupuncture and will inform you about another option to support Buddy in an active way.
If you would have questions around the physiotherapy exercises please contact me:
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