(She does NOT like getting her picture taken, and usually turns
her head or walks away) :)
They immediately started running tests on her. Gave her a shot of cortisone as she was having trouble breathing. Next thing you know, she is bleeding profusely from her rectum! I started crying! What is going on, I asked her?! She told me that I needed to go home and she would let me know what the bloodtest showed in about an hour. In the mean time she wanted her on IV's and painkiller. My poor Sissis is in a lot of pain.
She called me about 2 hours later and said that Sissie has severe pancreatitis! Her enzymes level is suppose to be 1400 or lower and hers was 6900! And her glucose level was 228 and it is suppose to be 140 or less. Which is showing diabetes. And her bilirubin is up in her Liver. But she said that could be because of the pancreatitis. I asked her what on earth is this from? She said it is caused by a number of things. But in toy poodles it can usually be caused by very fatty foods. I said oh no, I gave her Kentucky Fried Chicken just 2 hours before that. And she said THAT will do it! It was MY fault!! We still don't know if she is out of the woods yet or not. But please, if you would, pray for her? She is so sweet and I just love her so much. And I am just sick, knowing that I probably caused her to get so deathly ill. If Kentucky Fried Chicken does this to dogs what does it do to us? The vet is keeping her for at least 2 more days, pumping her full of fluids as she can't eat or drink for at least 2 more days. And will continue to run tests on her organs, to see if there is permanent damage or not.(Sissie and Buddy are playing. They are only 3 months apart in age and have been the best of friends)
I will keep you posted as soon as I hear more. Thank you for letting me share this with you. If your pets are like family to you too, then you will understand how awful this is for us.
God bless you, friends.