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    Hope tomorrow is a better day for the handsome fella. Great thinking taking him to the vet.
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    Wishing Usko a speedy recovery..... It's terrible to see them in pain.....please post an update with his progress.

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    So how is Usco feeling now? Has the vet recommended neutering to help prevent reoccurrence?

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    The little bugger gave me a really bad scare! He was so clearly in so much pain that I thought for sure it's something life threatning. It seems like the diagnose was right and the meds started to help late sunday night. His muscles started to relax and his sleep was more peaceful. Today he's already himself, just now he is pouting cause instead of playing with him I'm on the computer.
    @LariP We didn't discuss it cause the diagnose wasn't 100%, but if it looks like this is recurring condition, it is probably the only sure cure and then of course we'll go ahead with it. We made an appointment to call her on wednesday.
    Thank you all for your concern, I will go and play with him now!

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