Apr 13 2009
Unfortunately Tizzy's skin flared up quite badly and she was bleeding a lot from under her chin, her ears are really sore and her face is flaring up again. All her allergies are environmental but the vet thinks there are some other things that she is allergic to and that we will probably never find out 100% what they all are.
So I went back to the vet and have relented, so she is now on atopica. It means I don't have to chase her around trying to put cream on her face etc, which she HATES with a passion and it also means they can go back on JWB as they really aren't enjoying anything else I have tried to feed them! huff I know it also means that she is more comfortable and she might even stop flinching whenever I go to stroke her or fuss her chops.
I know it is good for her and I can see all the benefits, but I just can't help worrying that she is now on something for the rest of her life and she is only 2 1/2 . I would be the same if it was my kids.
Apr 13 2009
Apr 14 2009
I have to say, that she did look good when she was on the atopica last time, but I had hoped that I would be able to manage it once it was under control. Nevermind, as long as she is happy and comfortable, that's the main thing.
Apr 19 2009