As the wooden art piece on the shelf says, "Life is Good" for Tanner at the moment. Monday was chemo day for him. We went for a quick blood draw at our regular vet's office and then back home. It was a very quick outing for Tanner and he was thankful. The vet faxed the results of the bloodwork to the vet school, and they called and said we could give the chemo. Tanner takes 75mg of cytoxan. The last time we did this at home, they sent us a 25mg tablet and a 50 mg tablet. The 50mg tablet was HUGE!! I asked for 3 of the 25's this time and that is what we were given. They are still a bit big, but manageable.
I got the ice cream from the freezer...Auntie had picked up fudge ripple this time :) I scooped a small spoonful (all vanilla) and called Tanner over. He took his first pill, and licked the ice cream. We repeated this three more times until he was done. Then he was given another small scoop of ice cream on his plate. He was a happy camper and did not mind his pills!
He is doing very well with all of this, and the only time he is worried, is in the morning when I come downstairs to go to work. He always thinks I'm going to grab him! I try to reassure him that he is done for the week, but he still avoids me. Because of this, I've changed up when I give him his morning heart meds. I have them upstairs and we get them as soon as I get up. Then we have some playtime before Auntie is dressed and heads downstairs, playtime is over then because she is going to give breakfast!
Thank you all for following along with my boy on his cancer journey. If you have any questions about anything, please don't hesitate to ask.