Barron’s progress after hip surgery

by Bonnie Hornick
(Reisterstown Md)

Today is day 5 of Barron’ recovery from his hip replacement.

Things seem to be going good. He has managed to pee and poo using his belly sling for support. His incision looks great He seems to be very satisfied in his crate and having me wait on him haha.

He did poo in his crate this morning – I have now learned when he pants very hard he’s not hot, he needs to go out side. I’m just used to him going to the door and staring at me until I get up and let him out. (my fault not his)

Well it’s dinner time for Barron and yes he knows that so I will update with more news later.

Bonnie and Barron

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May 30, 2012
Thank God NEW
by: Scott -(Friend of Strider)

So glad to hear of Barron’s progress, it is an answer to prayer. I’m sure you have your hands full right now but I know it’s worth it all.
Thank you for sharing the report

May 29, 2012
going great NEW
by: Captain Nancy

Sounds like everything is moving a long very nicely. Of course he likes you waiting on him, he’s no fool. Glad that is behind you and now its all about healing.
Good luck and thanks for the picture. He’s very handsome.

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