Hi Sally, I haven't been watching the list as well as I should, and I was wondering how Junior did with his aspiration last Friday. Just saw a response to your post with the results today. I'm really glad to hear that he doesn't have lymphoma. Of course, infections of any kind are still troubling, but I know you're giving him great care. He is in my prayers.
Lance > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sally Davis > Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 7:30 PM > To: email@example.com; Kate; Kathy Bennett; Brandi C; > [EMAIL PROTECTED]; firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Junior update-not Lymphoma > > > Hi Everyone > > I called the vet today regarding the needle aspiration of the lymph > nodes. She is confident that it is not Lymphoma. > > > > He has fatty tissue and nutrophils indicating inflammation from > infection. The Baytril will help with the infection. She gave him a > months supply. I reordered his Transfer Factor Plus. I think that has > helped keep him stable. > > I must say Junior is quite the fighter. His lymph node behind his ear > has been swollen for a while. The swelling would usually go down at > night. He seems to has less sight than before. Most of the swelling is > on the side of the good eye. I am hoping his lack of sight is temporary. > > > The Matacam, she would only give twice a week and would be given to > further reduce inflammation and pain. She wants to give the Baytril time > to work before possibly using the Metacam. > > > > I feel better that Junior has seen Dr Staunton. > > > > Thanks for all your prayers and help. The Fight goes on.... > > > > Sally Davis > -- Lance Linimon [EMAIL PROTECTED]