2000 plus people came by to see update on Boza…

Coffee Time:

Update Boza, white lilacs and good coffee…

Boza went to a very good doctor. He is a believer in keeping the eyes as long as possible, literally opposite of the last doctor. As in everything in life, you have to do what you do to make life work…

We found the clinic out in the woods and found a young energetic veterinarian who was building his own empire for pets. He works seven days a week and was extremely good protective plus curative with Boza. Boza liked him and so did we…

The clinic is on outside of our town Korolev, which is just outside of Moscow. It was a easy good drive and Yandex navigator on Svetochka’s camera phone led us there perfectly. Sunday morning early is the best time to drive the bustling cities surrounding Moscow…

You see what his entrance looks like and the sight of the doctor statue set the tone for the morning. Anyone who greets you with such a wonderful sight, has to be okay!

Boza has a right eye that is healthy, even if the sight is mostly gone per genetic issues, it is in good shape and we should have no issues keeping it that way. But…

The left eye is the bad one and we are going to try to save it. The doctor wants to save it and thinks he can. We started a whole new regiment of eye medicine this morning. After a week of this new medicine, we will go see the doctor again. We also need to go to a special downtown eye center and have special tests run on his eyes. They want to see how far the damage is embedded in the eyes…

The glaucoma is called secondary glaucoma, caused from trauma to his left eye. Which as we understand now, was caused by his genetic eye issue. He ran into something and damaged it in the village. (I believe it was a patch of nettles!) His eyesight blindness is something we could not stop, but the glaucoma is a new issue, caused by all the surrounding faults of his genetic induced blindness…

He has cornea damage in the bad eye and we are working on healing that. It seems that we will be able to heal and solve that issue, given time. Saving the eye is important…

Time frame is to stabilize him by the end of the month and then the doctor goes on his yearly vacation. He will be gone one month and is wanting to get Boza happy and stable. At that time we are going to the village and tidy up life there. Life dictates curve balls many times and we have to follow the pitch the bests we can with the eyes we have…

Boza is doing better today and his eye pressures were good yesterday… Good as in much better than in the past…

Next post is about the white lilacs…

White Lilacs and typical Russian spread of food…

WtR

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