Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby claudiusx » Fri Nov 01, 2019 4:09 pm

I was just thinking about Pan last night. Thanks for the update.

I'm glad his jaw seems to be lining up better now.
I like AHBD's suggestion about the slurry. You could try really small bits of salad though and just see how it goes. Does he seem to at least be getting decent nutrition lately?

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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby Drache613 » Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:49 pm

Hello!

How is Pan doing? I hope he is feeling better, he sure is hanging in there.
I am so happy that his jaw is healing up & isn't hurting him too much. I think the slurry is a
great idea so he doesn't have to do any unnecessary chewing. Is he still able to eat his
worms pretty well also?

Keep us posted on him.

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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby Blackenedsabbath » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:03 pm

Hello everyone,

I'm sorry I went MIA again, I had some personal issues going on.

Pancake's vet appointment yesterday went well, he was very calm the whole car ride there and at the vet's office. But more importantly... The abscess has gone down!!! :blob5: I have to supervise him for the next two weeks to make sure his breathing stays normal. He hasn't gained any weight, but his weight has stayed the same. I think he might be getting too used to syringe feeding, he ate a bowl of Repashy, but only if I put it on a spoon for him. If it's in the bowl he wont touch it :roll:

Here are the pictures I wanted to upload last week:

This is his jaw from the front. If you look at the tip of his nose and his chin you can see it's lined up a lot better than it was last month.
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Side view of the fracture. That scab that was along his gum line Pan got rid of himself somehow.
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Here he is taking some cilantro for the first time in months
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And as for the mention on the vegetable slurry, I have been begging my mom to let me use the blender. She isn't going for it so far because the blender needs a minimum amount of food in it, which is above what Pancake eats and it would be a waste of food. Do you know of any decently priced blenders that work well for making beardie slurries? Otherwise, he seems to be happy with his Repashy right now. He's still eating his worms without any problems.

The last picture for you guys, is Pancake sending a blep for all of the support you've given him.
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I'm beyond happy that he's getting better!! It's so nice to see him running around and getting up to his shenanigans again.
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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby claudiusx » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:05 pm

Hi there,

What an amazing update! We forgive you for going MIA as long as you come back with updates like that! :mrgreen:
That is such great news for pan I'm happy for you two. Great progress!

That last picture is awesome, I love it.

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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby Blackenedsabbath » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:09 pm

claudiusx wrote:Hi there,

What an amazing update! We forgive you for going MIA as long as you come back with updates like that! :mrgreen:
That is such great news for pan I'm happy for you two. Great progress!

That last picture is awesome, I love it.

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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby AHBD » Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:38 am

Hey, look at that little warrior ! So nice to see him doing this well . :)
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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby JumpinJellyfish » Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:37 pm

Love the blep pic! I bought a little $15 blender (looks like a nutribullet knockoff) that may be the sort of thing you're looking for. It's made by Hamilton Beach, and it was with the regular blenders at Walmart.
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Re: Not an RI, Abscess & Jaw Fracture.

Postby Drache613 » Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:19 am

Hello,

That is a great update for Pancake, he is doing so well! :D
It looks like his jaw is healing up nicely. Since he is active & eating pretty good he must
be feeling a lot better.
I was going to suggest a mini food processor, or that magic bullit too to help process the foods
for him.

Keep us posted on his progress.

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