Ace Ventura would be proud of you Murphy!
Hello to all my arfie friends and everyone else who follows the blog. If you follow the blog, you are obviously a dog lover, and therefore, my friend.
I want to give a big shout out to Michele, Alexis, Anne, Adam, Noel, and Betty. You too Phil! You all know how wonderful you are to have stepped in and helped take care of Murphy and Duke. I am forever grateful and Karma will come back around to each of you with wonderful blessings. I simply cannot thank you enough!
Murphy finished his second round of chemo and things went different this time. Dr. Atwal front loaded the chemo with an anti-nausea which kept him from vomiting. Four days later, he became very lethargic again, stopped eating, and had over-the-top explosive chemo diarrhea. The poor guy was so sick. One night, he just lied in bed and cried all night. Have you ever lied in bed and held your dog all night when he was crying? That was it. No more chemo. I decided that Murphy’s quality of life is so much more important. He is suffering so much having chemo. Dr. Atwal was in full support of my decision. I hope I have made the right decision and still struggle with it and the feelings of guilt and whether or not I am doing the right thing. The right thing is for Murphy to have a good quality of life and that is so important to me. I want my Murphy back. He is finally starting to feel better the last couple of days. Dr. Atwal will continue to follow him monthly. I will keep you all posted.
Hey Mitch…Murph and Duke want to know what happened to the front door?