Oh, just saw the second page! Poor baby! Hope all will be well :hug:
Hi LoriThank you both. The surgery was a success, sort of. When the vet finished she wasn't happy with the bone ends, she thought she'd like them closer together. When she took the. Baby back to the x-ray, the baby crashed. Compressions and artificial respirations were used to supplement her own heartbeat and breathing.
They brought her back and she seemed fine by the time I picked her up. She was still pretty tired and was relatively quiet and still until I put her down to pee on some grass. She shoved her nose down and began to eat. She was pretty aggressive about it, too. And by the time I got her settled down again one end of the pin seemed like it was coming away from her skin.
I texted the veterinarian nurse with a picture, she forwarded it to the vet. We are now on our way *back* to the vet's for possibly another surgery.
How in the world did you hurt your arm? You know you can't milk a goat with that thing and feeding's gonna take a lot longer... and who's gonna do the laundry? (Liaugh)
I hope you feel better soon. Thank you for your kind, encouraging words.
OMG! Dang!Hi Lori
Thank you it has to get better fast my 9 does are all due in 3 wks & last year all kidded within 24hrs. Its wear tear on the hand & forearm fr picking up bales of hay & always using a pitch fork to pick things.
Hand reconstructed replacing the tendons taken fr the forearm.
Now how is your girl i hope all went well on your return to surgery. What stage are you at with her at the moment. I hope i hope i hope its all good i have eveything crossed for you <3<3<3