|Jazzy ||03-28-2013 11:56 AM |
Hooray for Phillip!!! I was checking this thread everyday hoping to see an update. I am so very glad it is a positive one. Shame on your first vet. If he didn't know how to treat it, he should have told you that upfront and recommended someone for you to take him to. And, not calling you back all those times is totally not cool...and totally unacceptable. Good for you for taking action and getting him the help he needed. Phillip is very lucky he has you as his owner!
|nwinders ||03-28-2013 12:11 PM |
So glad to see and good update, just like everyone else I was worried about the worst. Have to love a good vet :) Its a shame he had to go through a bad one at first.
|couggirl ||03-28-2013 12:43 PM |
WSU is amazing!!
So happy to see such a wonderful update!!!! Yay for Philip!! And kudos to you for making the decision to take this situation seriously and getting him some help!
On a side note: I graduated college from WSU and had a friend go through the vet school there. They are the BEST!!!! Literally one of the hardest vet schools to get into in the nation! Students will wait years (my friend waited 2 years) to get into their Grad school. The last rankings that came out (2011-2012) put them at #15 in the nation. No place better for animals large or small for medical emergencies!!
|TMHmisty ||03-31-2013 12:55 PM |
I want another update! Hope Philip is still doing good!
|BarnBum ||03-31-2013 01:50 PM |
Awesome to hear the good news !:D
|Lady_MCSE ||03-31-2013 02:10 PM |
I am so fortunate that I've never had to deal with a severe injury or traumatic thing like this, but time and time again I've seen photos or read stories and truly feared the worst. This was another of those times ... I must keep remembering that horses and modern science can produce some amazong results!
|horselady ||04-03-2013 06:43 PM |
How is Phillip doing this week.?
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