Please join us in a #pawcircle of healing and prayer for my boy Gibson. We had a very scary Christmas Eve...a sudden snow squall happened that at first was beautiful, but it turned icy very quickly, like in seconds. While outside with the furbabies, my boy Gibson slipped in the icy snow and went down crying. He could not walk and we did get him back inside by semi-carrying him (he is 95 pounds of wooly Husky!). He needs assistance with a sling to go "out" as he can not walk on his own. It appears to me that he may have torn his other CCL (he tore his left one last year and we were advised that he could blow out his other in a year or so, and it's been a little over a year). As most of you know, he is a canine epileptic, and has had a weak hind end for years as a result of meds, which adds to my concern. It is unclear at this point whether it is indeed a cruciate issue, even though does appear to be, and if he will ultimately need a double surgery on his back legs. He is on pain meds now and I have been in conference with our wonderful vet, Woundwear, and the folks on the Canine Epilepsy Resources EPIL-K9 list since Christmas Eve and everyone has just been so supportive and helpful. I will keep everyone posted on my boy as we progress. Your prayers, positive thoughts, and healing energies are all very welcome and very, very much appreciated.
Harley has not left Gibson's side since his accident. She sleeps with him on his bed every night. Above she rests her head almost protectively over his bad leg.