26 December 2006

Happy Holidays

Wookie really turned a corner in the last week. Suddenly people have to look twice to see if she is really missing a leg. She is just looking and feeling better all the way around these days. I have been a little slow in posting due to being both sick and extremely busy the last few days, but I have some great pics to put up when I get back to work on Friday.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart everyone who has helped with the financial side of this. At this point, all vet bills are paid and I have a little money in the bank for the next phase.

Be back later this week.

16 December 2006

She's getting soft

Well anyone who has met her, knows how bizarre this is. I told her to get in the kennel at the top of the mountain the other day, and instead of going into the empty one, she joined Maully in hers. Maybe she's just happy to be back in action, but she rarely goes near Maully, so it was a little bizarre.

09 December 2006

Great Week

Wookie just keeps on keeping on. We have been doing one ski run a day for the last 4 days or so, and she is just ecstatic to be up on the hill and hanging out with the team. The incision has almost totally healed and she gets a bit stronger each day. Yesterday we went for a long ski on slightly steeper terrain than we have been on. She dealt with it no problem, although she was down for the night, and is right back after it today. The plan right now, is to go in for a consult with the doctor who will do the chemo, and then make a plan for it. I will probably start updating once a week until we start the next phase. Thanks again for your thoughts and prayers.

01 December 2006

Quick Update

Work has been extremely busy with the new snow and getting more lifts ready to open, but here's a quick update. Wookie had the staples taken out on Wednesday. She was excited to go to the vet and jumped onto Dr. Schilling as soon as she came into the room. She was quite patient while we held her down to pull the staples. At this point, we are going to heal a few more days and then start talking to the Doctors about chemo options. I hope to get her back on the hill tomorrow for some exercise and socialization with the patrol. More soon.