Processed with VSCO with f2 presetProcessed with VSCO with f2 presetHello, people who are reading this, and welcome (back) to my blog.

So, as some of you may or may not know I’ve got a dog, I post pictures of her all the time on my Instagram as well as on the blog. Her name is Selma and she’s a seven month old adorable poodle puppy. She’s actually kind of big now and not a puppy anymore, but I refuse to acknowledge it and alway cuddle with her in my lap anyways.

The thing is that she’s been sick for awhile and I’ve been really worried because of that. One of her brothers died because of a genetic disease and Selma had the same symptoms so my whole family’s been on edge for the last couple of weeks.Selma has been limping since the end of July and we took her to a veterinarian then too but they didn’t x-ray her and told us that it was just an infection which resulted in Selma taking medication for a few weeks. We didn’t know about her brothers death until the end of August and that’s when we got really worried and booked another meeting  with the veterinarian. She had a SCINT scan (I have no idea what that means…) and the veterinarian told us that she had two loose bone pieces in her right and left foreleg and needed an operation.

She was operated on Monday and have since been recovering just fine. We won’t know for four weeks if she’d really fine but there’s a good chance that she’ll have no further symptoms. She’d with my aunt for the moment since it’s too much noice and activity at our house and we’d have to leave her alone when my brother and I are at school and my parent are at work. So, I really miss her, but she’ll be home on Monday so I’m looking forward to that.

Until next time, xoxo Ella.

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