This girl may have had Ehrlichia because she was paralyzed and unable to move her hind legs. Eva asked for help repeatedly, but nobody was willing to help.
The next day, I’d take Eva to the veterinarian so she could have all of her blood tests, so I just quietly approached her, carried her to the car, and drove home.
Eva was feeling good and eating well. That day, we had an appointment to check on her with a specialist. She was found to be free of Ehrlichia and HW after the doctor ran a thorough blood test. How could she not move her legs when she was merely anemic?
Unfortunately, the doctor had some bad news to share. The day before, we had taken Eva for X-rays, and the technician found two damaged vertebrae that were causing her significant pain and paralysis in both legs.
The orthopedic surgeon would then decide whether surgery was an effective option for her, according to the vet, who claimed that the injury was brought on by a collision with a person or vehicle.
Every day, a large amount of pain medication was given to Eva in an effort to improve her mood. Eva was recovering successfully and was doing well.
Three weeks ago, the bucket couldn’t even move because she was barely alive. Her back legs were strengthening to the point where she could stand up with a cane.
Eva knew she had a long road to recovery ahead of her, so she always gave it her all. She received daily massages, three days of electric stimulation, and daily water therapy.
In a very short amount of time, Eva has done a fantastic job with her therapy and rehabilitation. Her back legs were growing more powerful and adaptable. She was able to straighten and hold her front legs in an upright position because they were no longer rigid.
“Eva never gave up and showed what a tremendous warrior she was. We learned a lot from her,” said the group.
Eva underwent plasma treatment the previous day and was receiving weekly injections, both of which appeared to be beneficial. She stood up for longer that day, took a few steps, and felt better overall.
Recently, I considered purchasing Eva a wheelchair, but I decided it was a bad idea because she was improving her walking every day, which made me extremely pleased.
She hurried and leaped, savoring those peaceful moments because she had never previously seen the water. Seeing Eva smile made me joyful.
She has at last located the household and family that she deserves. She obtained Canadian citizenship, received respect, and had unrestricted freedom.
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