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Megan has Spinal Menigitis

One of Dixie and Willie’s sisters, Megan has developed K9 Spinal Meningitis. (also known as, or more correctly known as GME). Shes a real cutie pie, I’ve included some pictures of her below. About 50% of dogs recover to some degree, following a battery of of steroid injections. It came on over a few days, which is normal, and it’s cause isn’t known, its quite rare. She’s at a specialist/neurologist in Dallas for 2 days of steroid injections. The disease manifest itself kind of like Alzheimer’s, she is disoriented, pretty much non responsive, paces, only making right turns, all the time. It’s quite sad. Anyway, please say a prayer for Megan, she’s about 4 1/2 years old.

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9 Comments

  • djohnson on January 22, 2008

    So sorry to hear about Megan. Will say a prayer and hope for the very best for her. Good luck.

    My little Boston Terrier goes to a Dallas internist 3 times a month to have fluid drained from her abdomen resulting from her progressive heart failure and I know how you must feel.

  • Marissa on January 22, 2008

    Very sorry to hear about Megan, we will keep her in our prayers.

  • Lola on January 22, 2008

    Oh I am so sorry to hear that, she is so cute. I have never heard of that, it sounds awful. I will keep her in my prayers. God Bless.

  • Susan Grinaldi White on January 22, 2008

    So sorry to hear about your sweet beautiful puppy. I sure hope she pulls through.

    We adopted one this weekend who looks a lot like Megan. Baron was abused and neglected. We took him to the vet and learned he was around 8 years old (seller had said 2 years), most of his teeth were infected and rotted and he had yeast infections in both ears. He is very afraid. We are taking him in for surgery this week to take care of all his problems. Any good advise or helpful hints would be appreciated.

    Best of luck with Megan.

    Susan

  • Lisa on January 22, 2008

    Will keep Megan in my prayers… Lucy and Heidi looked at her pictures tonight and said they would put her in their doggie prayers. Serious illnesses are the pits. These little guys are just angels – such personalities and souls that touch our lives. It is very hard walking the tough road with them, but we’ll stay positive that Megan will make a full recovery. 🙂

    Best to you all,
    Lisa, Lucy and Heidi

  • Annette on January 23, 2008

    I am So Sorry to here about Megan. She is so Lucky to have you and Kathi. God Bless you Both. I will keep her in my prayers until she is heeled and she will be heeled. Have Faith!!!
    HOPE, FAITH and LOVE. The greatest of these is LOVE and Megan has unconditional Love for You and Kathi. God knew he could teach us LOVE by giving us DOGS!!!
    Annette

  • Terry on January 25, 2008

    Megan and the family is in my prayers. Trails in our lives builds Hope. Hope builds Endurance. Endurance builds strength. Our greatest strength is tested in a time of trail. Never loose Hope, much love and prayer coming your way.

  • […] me through this entire ordeal.  It has helped to know that so many people care so much for a little dog in Colleyville, Texas.  I hope that knowing the signs of GME will help you spot it and get your pet early […]

  • […] me through this entire ordeal.  It has helped to know that so many people care so much for a little dog in Colleyville, Texas.  I hope that knowing the signs of GME will help you spot it and get your pet early […]

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