How Zeus Is Doing

For those of you who remember and have fallen in love with my Rottweiler Zeus, I want to update you on his condition…  As of tomorrow, we will be cutting his prednisone dose in half. Although the prednisone is keeping his pain under control and enabling him to walk, larger doses for long periods of time can cause major medical issues including diabetes and cushings disease. Because of this, Zeus’ vet keeps trying to get him to a lower, safer dose. Until we can raise the funds to provide medical tests to see what else besides the Immune-Mediated Polyarthritis is happening in his joints, prednisone is the only medication they can give him. In the past we have not been able to lower his dose under 20mg/day because he relapses causing the internal medicine specialist to think something other than the Immune-Mediated Polyarthritis is happening to his joints. They cannot put him on medication for this, other than the prednisone, until they know what else is happening to his joints. It breaks my heart every time he relapses because his severe pain and difficulty walking returns. I do everything I can for him to make him comfortable and give him the highest dose of pain medications the vet will allow, but still feel helpless because I can’t take the pain away for him! I can only hope and pray we are able to raise the funds to provide the medical treatment he so desperately needs so that we can improve his quality of life and allow him to do all the things that dogs love to do!

A Pillow For Your Weary Head...

A Pillow For Your Weary Head…

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

Please help today

Please help today

Won’t you help? Our fundraising efforts have been a success so far, we have raised $915.00 for Zeus in just under two weeks! We are still far from our goal of $5,000.00, the funds needed for the testing and medical treatments he so desperately needs. Please help us today if you can by clicking our Saving Zeus fundraiser tab to donate today! We thank you for your donations, big or small, they will help so much! If you can’t donate, we understand and thank you for sharing our fundraising information with your friends!