I’ve recently mentioned that my mums Andalusian, Norman had stomach ulcers
A week ago he was re scanned and it all came back clear!
Norman hates loading and refuses to load, so the vets came to us. He has to be staves for over 12 hours before the scan. Last time when he loaded and we took him to the vets, his stomach was empty because the stress of being on the trailer made everything pass through quickly. This time, as he was scanned at home, he wasn’t stressed so even after 12 hours plus – he had bits of food in there!
But nothing we couldn’t wash away (yep, we WASHED the inside of his belly)
Here are some vids
Here a vid of the view on the way out through his nose
If you wanna know more about ulcers – check out my other blog post
Catch ya laters
It’s been a while hasn’t it? Don’t worry I haven’t forgotten you all, even though the 💕 emoji is moving slowly down my recently used folder cos I’ve not been posting.
The truth is my head has been so damn jumbled I haven’t known how to get my words out. Or even what to write about.
Some old memories have come back to haunt me and I’ve been feeling so numb.
A drastic change has been made to my education because the exam board I’m with is closing due to cuts and my anxiety riddled brain cannot hack it.
I’ve never been good at balancing lots of things at once. Even the simple things like healthy eating, studying and a social life – yet alone chucking song writing, horse riding and blogging thrown into the mix.
I’ve got an amazing support system and a good future a head of me if all goes to plan so I’ve just gotta focus on that.
I’ve been reading lots of blog though so I’ve not totally disregarded blogging. Just put it on the back burner until I get myself sorted.
Watch this space.
Catch ya laters