Peri, the puppy, has a cleft lip, taste buds that are slit, and something is wrong with his right eye.
It’s deflated and starting to open up after only a few days.
Behind the cover, it does not appear to be a whole globe.
Peri was born without his mother and was rescued by The Container Brigade.
The first day, the doctors dropped Peri off at work to be hospitalized while the doctors were away for a few hours.
He’s made little progress over the night, but he’s still weak and neurological. Moreover, he is still receiving IVs and tube feeding.
One week after, Perry was improving every day.
The looseness of the bowels is lessened but remains evident and Perry would be monitored by a veterinarian.
He will be continuously monitored and also followed up on his medical treatment approach.
Almost two weeks passed, Perry acquired a substantial head tilt, but it didn’t stop this active little boy.
Slurping the tube down like a pasta noodle.
I like him and hope he grows out of whatever is going on and that it isn’t connected to hydrocephalus.
But he’s got a fantastic rescue behind him, so we’ll make sure he gets all he needs to live his best life.
After a month, Perry is getting better and better every day.
How did things become so nice that no one is going to go on camera?
Day 35 – Perry was completely OK, and then boom, he’s slowly dying, he can’t regulate his sugars, he’s being bloused every hour,
Moreover, he’s also on an incredibly high drip of dextrose, his little body is septic, and he’s now having a plasma transfusion.