Lauren with a Side of Lewy

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By Online Dementia JournalJuly 15th, 2021

Lauren with a Side of Lewy

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by Lauren U

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My mind is flooded with fear. My dog, Frosty, remains seriously ill. I worry all the time. I love this beautiful dog with as much love as I have. She has seen vets, specialists, and internists. She has an unusual, severe, and massive fungal infection in her sinus cavities. It looks like rotten bleu cheese. She will need several hours under anesthesia, with at least 3 or 4 treatments, spread over a couple of weeks for the specialty vets to attempt to remove as much of this fungus as they can. It's not looking good. I'm scared. Incredibly scared. I'm so very attached to my FrostDoggy. My head is flooded with this intense love and fear. I have nothing else.

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One Comment on “Lauren with a Side of Lewy”

  1. Lauren, I will be praying for your beautiful dog as she gets the treatment that she needs to clear her sinus cavities. The love we have for our dogs is like no other kind, isn’t it? I have 3 dogs of my own right now and have faced medical issues with two of them. It’s scary, stressful, and heartbreaking. We hate to see our little furry kids/companions suffer or have to go through surgeries where we don’t know the outcome. We want to fix them! Have faith in your veterinary team and your pup’s will to pull through so she can go home where she can continue receiving your love and affection. Hugs and prayers!

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