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May 21, 2008


I once had a dog whose eye ruptured spontaneously. She never felt a thing and I hope Lilah didn't have pain, either, poor, dear thing. Best wishes for her recovery!

Thank God for wonderful vets and wonderful caring people - all of you - to get Lilah through her ordeal. Tons of well wishes to you Lilah that you will be feeling good again really soon!

That was a hard one to see. Poor girl, I hope she is out of pain now. Maybe you can hook her up with Roy.
Dr. Taylor is in my neck of the woods now, enjoying the Florida sunshine. UF is one of the best vet schools in the states, welcome Dr. Taylor.

What an ordeal for poor Lilah! I'm sure she's feeling much better now that the wounded eye is gone...

Hope she's not going to lose sight in her left eye in the near future.

Please give her a big hug for me.

I cannot imagine how traumatic it must have been for you to see this beutiful horse with such a terrible injury and not know how many hours had passed since it occured. But, these things sometimes happen with our animals when we are unaware or away. Bless her poor little heart. She got the best of care tho,as always at RDR, and I'm quite sure, lots of special loving care from you & Alayne to help her recover after surgery. You are both so amazingly strong to "face the unknown" every day, and I am constantly in awe of your stamina. I will pray for a perfect recovery for her. And maybe Roy could keep her company while she heals. Might help his wounded heart too!

That looks and sounds very painful; I can't imagine how excruciating it must have been when she did it, and then waiting until morning, and throughout the procedure. Thank goodness she is already at RDR, bc if she were to have such an eye injury almost anywhere else her owners wouldn't know what to do with her or how to keep her...Get well soon, Lilah!

I've read a few RDR blogs mentioning the procedure so I have to ask, Steve/Alayne what happens inside the now empty socket?

Oh, how awful for her to be in so much pain. Poor thing. The picture is bad enough, I think I am glad we couldn't see how bad it actually was. I can't imagine how you must have felt waiting for the vet to arrive to help Lilah. Hope she feels better.

I'm so sorry that Lilah had such a horrible day, but it looks like she got excellent care. I hope she has an uncomplicated, speedy recovery.
Extra get well hugs to Lilah,
ginger, Tobias, & Tlingit

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