Thursday, March 3, 2011

Update



I have started eating a new food called Taste of the Wild & I love it. The food has no grain. I am also now eating vegetables and fruits for treats.I am taking Benadryl for a few days, because I was still itchy. I have finally stopped trying to scratch my skin off. I guess in this case, it is a good thing I do not have all of my teeth or I might have bitten my skin off. YUCK! Does anyone have experience with how long it takes for the body to quit being all itchy & scratchy after changing foods?


Chloe went to the dr. and for now they are watching the bump on her tail. They had to measure it & are going to check & make sure it is not growing. Since it is on her tail, it is difficult to feel if it is attached; it is such a tight area anyways. They do not want Chloe to go through a big surgery if she does not need to. She has also started taking Glyco Flex III for her arthritis in her hips. I keep trying to sit pretty & guilt the Mr. into giving me one of those Glyco Flex, because they smell yummy! Maybe after she takes them for a while, she will be able to run and play with me & Middy Sue! Have any of you ever given these to your doggies?

P.S. Check out Annie in the background; she is on the couch & smiling!

4 comments:

Kari in WeHo said...

It can take a couple weeks unfortunately :(

Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

pam said...

Awww Pauley James you look sad dere guy. But cheers up if yer itchies is a food allergy you should be itchie free soon and no more dopies from the benedryl. (sometimes our Mommy threatens to gives us that when we're bein 'too bouncy!!!!!)

Bobo and Meja

I Am HoneyBuzz said...

Pauley James, who stole your toffies? If someone stole your teeth while you was sleeping, I will personally bite their ankles until they cry!

Big slurps, HoneyBuzz

Lorenza said...

Hi, Pauley!
I've heard too that it takes about 2 weeks!
I hope the food and meds help you to get rid of those itches very soon!
Take care
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza