Murphy's doing okay, but is far from symptom-free. Runny poop is still more common than not, and tonight his belly is tight (fluids build up in the abdomen - this comes and goes). Yes, he really is sick, and it really is something serious that requires constant management. But when you see him in action, it's difficult to see him as a sick dog. No wonder the diagnosis took so long.
This is my poor, sick little baby in action, playing with his BFF Dudley. Check the eyes and bared fangs. Click for full effect of Crayzee.
I tried to get a video, but they noticed I was recording them.
Now they are playing rope. Occasionally they ask me to throw it, but they mostly make their own game and don't need me. I am here to provide walks and boil chicken.