Boza is winning the Glaucoma battle…

You ask for information and I always give it to you. Thanks from Boza and us for the concern…

But I keep trying…

Boza just went to his doctor. The results are good, in fact so good that the doctor said if it keeps going, probably no surgery needed…. The puff test was good…

When Boza feels pain, he comes to me automatically. I check his eyes twenty times a day. It is time consuming, but it is worth it. His eyes are stable and all the sleepless nights and all the long days are paying off…

His right eye was at 18 pressure and the left was at around 40 pressure. This is below the issue of excessive pain for doggies and Svetochka and I can tell you that we have the old Boza back. It looked bad for awhile and I was sure that we would loose the left eye. Pressure is too high in the left, but since he has no pain and since he can not see anyway out of that eye due to a genetic issue. Boza is in the stable range…

Now we work on clearing the eye up with a special cornea medicine and then in a month we will see what’s up! The medicines will never stop and I hope to obtain a balance that allows me to sleep better… 😉

Boza now prances, dances and loves to chase kitties and pigeons…. Go Boza go…

Glad to have Boza back and it is my job to keep him stable and happy…

I want you to know that glaucoma can be contained, even when it gets so far out of hand that it all seems hopeless. In humans it is easier to contain, but if you spend many sleepless nights and stay on a strict schedule, doggies can be helped…

God, Boza, Svetochka and I know…

Have a question just ask. I will be glad to get back to you…

It is celebration time…

WtR

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