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    Default Re: Anyone with experience in soft-palate corrective surgery?

    I'm so sorry for your loss. Prayers


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    My heart goes to u n your family. Take care


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    Default Re: Anyone with experience in soft-palate corrective surgery?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulfberht View Post
    I am sad to day the Ulfberht died at 3:45pm yesteday. Although we saw some improvement in the nasal passageway after the second rinoscopy, the bleeding and mucus returned. The vet surgeon said that we could scope him again, but he wasn't confident that there would be anything he would find that could be fixed. Plus, he was sure that the inflammation would return in force (from tubes and stuff probing his airways) and we would be back to square one like he was a month ago. Poor dog hadn't really slept in nearly two months. You could see physical exhaustion starting to set in. We got to the point where antibiotics/steroids were doing nothing and his quality of life was unacceptable for any animal. We decided to end the suffering. He will be gravely missed. I appreciate all your advice, prayers and comments. I know the Lord works out all things together for good to His own, so we'll be fine. However, I love Bulldogs. I am now starting to see what a tragedy breeding them in their current configuration really is. It makes me wonder, how many Bulldogs are suffering out there due to poor breeding practices. It makes me wonder if it is right to want to own another one. I've always liked Rotties, but Bulldogs have a heart and personality that is unmached. Should I be thinking about buying another someday? Thank you all.

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    I am so very very sorry to read this thread. My precious Daphne crossed the rainbow bridge on Sept 1st and I am still raw from it. Please know I am thinking of you and remembering you in my reasonable facsimile of prayer. This is the best group of people ever and they've got your back.
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    Default Re: Anyone with experience in soft-palate corrective surgery?

    Missed this thread and was reading every single post and read the little guy is now gone. Stories like this one gets to me. Confusing as it just doesn't make sense. So many questions n no clear answers. I am truly sorry for your loss.

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