I decided not to stay on the Loyola waitlist... and to go to Pepperdine (unless miracle of miracles I get off the UCLA waitlist). Just curious what made you decide to accept Loyola. Was it primarily ranking?
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« on: June 21, 2006, 06:12:53 PM »
Hey Veganchick, I wish you and your dog well. My 10 year old Black Lab (pictured) had to have neuro surgery and was hopitalized for 10 days last year. He had a ruptured disk which paralyzed him. He's doing fine now.
Thanks Denk Your dog is SO beautiful and looks SO happy. Nice to hear a success story. Francis threw up again this morning, so they still won't let her go home yet - new blood results should come back this afternoon... hoping to get her home tomorrow. Thanks for the warm wishes. Francis sends a kiss
« on: June 19, 2006, 04:38:18 PM »
i am so bummed we have to live in student apartments for the first year and somebody is taking care of our little dog.
I'm going through a similar situation... so hard to move and find an animal friendly environment. I may be stuck commuting 1-2hours each way until I can find something. But living on campus is out of the question, since I have 3 cats and a dog. My poor old lab is currrently in ICU... had to race her into the hospital for emergency surgery over the weekend. For some reason I woke up in the middle of the night, and decided to walk her, and she collapsed a block away...she was all contorted and engorged... turned out she had bloat - her intestines were all twisted up above her heart... supposedly they die within a few hours from that...only 20-30% chance she would survive the surgery because she's so old - 15 years - but she made it through... hoping she'll recover. Animals are SO wonderful. Poor Francis the home feels empty without her.