We,mother Kaco and daughter Saya, are working on dogs and cats conservation activities.This is our activities' blog. We hope to share the information with many people, and we also would like to transmit the information. We started the activities in earnest in 2005. Looking for adopters for 9 dogs which some homeless people were unable to look after let us to start the activities.(ル二さん 訳)


マールの事 About Marl

March 5
She stopped eating, and I have feeling her body temperature also dropped.
Since she also had breath that smelled like something associated kidney trouble.  
I had her get an exam. Her temperature was 36.3 degrees, and she was dehydrated.
Her BUN levels in her blood were high, and I suspect renal failure.

After she was admitted the hospital, her BUN levels reading improved, she started eating again, and she also started moving around.

March 8
I had her discharged from the hospital since she gained a bit of weight and was eating.
Because her kidney were bad, I wanted to give her some IV fuluid, but it would be difficult because of her weak heart.... Doctor said “give her a 50ml IV per day” .
However, once I brought her home, she stopped eating! I gave her dampened dry food, wet food, meat, goat milk-and she took nothing but the goat milk. I'm so scared of trying to force medicine into her because of her weak breathing.
(If it goes down the wrong pipe, it won't come back up and she would have pneumonia!)

March 10 
I brought her back in for an exam. As suspected, her weight had gone down again.
Her blood test show that her BUN levels were still high, but still stable. The problem was the high amount of white blood cells and CRP levels, and that she had some inflammation somewhere.
Her heart and her breathing are both weak, and the state of the inside of her mouth is also bad-despite this, anesthesia is too risky and couldn't treat her mouth. And because of this, the roots of her teeth are rotting which led to nasal inflammation, which led to sinusitis,  And she has tracheal collapse which led to chronic bronchitis, which led to pneumonia-what I believe the culprit is this time. I entered her into the hospital again.(In any case, she needs the care offered by hospital management, and I will receive the results of her X-rays tomorrow.)
She's at a point where even just transfusions-not to mention anesthesia-can't be trusted.
Despite this, Marl suffered as a puppy-mill breeding dog, forced to give birth. 
That she survived at all is a miracle.

Old girl Marl, 
You've suffered through so many sicknesses,
But it's too soon to say goodbye.
Regain your appetite and come home, girl.
You'll hear Mommy cooing that it'll be alright.
We're waiting for you, Marl

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