Juneau’s Update

Thank you all so much for all the loving thoughts and prayers. They have helped tremendously. We went to visit Juneau last night. She started singing when she heard our voices. We got to visit with her for about 1/2 hour last night and she was up, walking around. She was also telling us how much she hated her cone.

She had over 100 stitches and they had to cut out about 8″ of her small intestine, but the prognosis is very good. It helps too that she is a young, healthy puppy too. She is over 85 lbs and is still growing.

We got the call around 6:30 this morning that we could pick her up and bring her home around 9:00 AM. She is on meds and we have to keep her calm for the next couple of weeks, but we are expecting a full recovery. We have her in her crate right now so she can rest. Keeping her calm and quiet is going to be the real challenge though. She is VERY active. But at least we have her resting right now. Soon, God willing, she will be back to her active and mischievous self once again. Just NO more soft toys, especially those with squeakers, EVER!

Her brothers and sister are watching over her. And she even ate a little bit this morning too. This is GREAT news. Again, many thanks for all your loving thoughts and prayers. They meant so much and have helped tremendously. πŸ₯°Nicky is watching from above and Vinnie is on the couch watching over his little sister. They were worried too.

I am a firm believer in the power of prayer, and they have most definitely helped us out tremendously. Thank you all so much. I feel truly blessed.


Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

22 thoughts on “Juneau’s Update”

  1. I think I must have missed a post Jeanne. There sounds as if there has been an incident involving a soft toy. It sounds like you have had a very anxious time, but I am so glad to hear she is doing better.

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    1. Thank you Mel. Juneau is home and is doing much better now. She has to rest and keep calm for the next couple of weeks since she just had major surgery, but she is doing much better and her appetite is coming back.


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