He just had his cryotherapy done for his distichiasis. I'd rather not post pics. Poor buddy looks terrible. Although I will say that he isn't stopping his normal routine. Even with his new lamp shade outfit he is still trying to attack my boots. Lol. I left that out the other day because I didn't want any comments freaking me out about him being put under as I already knew the risks and the doctors at northstar know what they are doing (Rated best animal hospital in New Jersey again this year) and the doctor he sees has a lot of experience with bulldogs. So the update I want to add here is that the doctor who did the procedure said she was surprised and that she easily fit a size 5.5 trach tube without resistance and said that's actually pretty good considering he is only 4 months old. So that was a nice relief. She said she has seen way worse on full grown bulldogs. So for anyone that saw my post regarding hypoplastic trachea. She is basically saying that in regards to his trachea he is actually a lot better off than a lot that she sees. So that's awesome. Maybe it grew. Maybe the doc who took the x ray was wrong. Maybe the x ray was inaccurate. Who knows. But I am very happy to hear that new. She basically said if she wanted to go a size up she probably could have.
-Sherm was here.