This may be a long post but it is well deserved. About two weeks prior to Tuesday my dog started showing signs of either diabetes or a UTI. On Monday Oct 3rd he started throwing up and not eating. I just figured it was a stomach bug and if it wasn't better by the next day we would figure something out. The next day I woke up and had seen that my poor baby was VERY sick. We took him into the office and was seen right away. Within the next 20 mins we had done test results and found out our baby was diabetic and was suffering from pancreatitis. They started an IV right away, gave him an antibiotic, nausea medicine and insulin. His blood sugar was so high that the machine couldn't read it. The next day he was dropped off from 7am-5pm to get fluids and to be monitored. When we arrived to pick him up Dr Lewis gave us the run down. Cosmo's sugar would go down and then sky rocket back up. His insulin wasn't responding with his body. Not knowing what to do they had everyone working search for a solution for him. Dr Wetta and Dr Lewis saved my dogs live. Dr Wetta went on her day off and searched for the insulin she uses just so Cosmo doesn't go into a coma. She brought it to him and they administered him a dose. His sugar was 309 when I got him home that night. Cosmo has a very long road to becoming healthy again. But those two women saved his life. When I dropped him off last week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the lady's in the front take him so gently from me and care for him in the best way. Thank you so much for saving my baby! They all went above and beyond to find him insulin. Above and beyond to treating him. Thank you all ladies. Cosmo says thank you too!
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