It's time to update on the two precious darlings in my life; Pea and Pumpkin. Am so glad to announce that Pumpkin is now completely cured from mange or in simple term, microscopic mites. Nothing to do with blood or heredity as mentioned by the first lousy vet I went to. After my last post, I was pretty surprise to receive a number of emails from owners whose dog also having same skin problem and diagnosed as blood problem. There is this particular lady who brought her dog to my vet and she emailed to thank me cos her dog is now cured. Just can't believe there are so many con-vets out there who compromise the well-being of their patient for long-term medical fees. So disgusted!
However, Pea got the mange from Pumpkin recently and after 2 jabs, he is now recovering. As usual, my angel Pea always bullied by Pumpkin. There was one incident where Pumpkin cornered Pea and ended up both fighting with one another and one yell from me, both ran away the opposite way. Sigh....although Pea doesn't show his jealousy now, he still feels uneasy with Pumpkin chasing him around.
As for Pumpkin, his fur is growing back very nicely. And how he has grown from slightly bigger than my palm and now he is so much longer and heavier, 4.5 kg to be exact as compared to Pea who weighs 6kg. Still as naughty and bratty as usual with his loud shrieking bark whenever I am within his sight.
Lastly, a picture of two of them together. As Pea refused to be at the same place the same time with Pumpkin, I left with no choice but to entice them with treats. As you can see, they are too busy trying to get a bite to even bother on the presence of each other.
I will be enrolling Pumpkin for Dog Obedience class soon. So hopefully he will turn out to be another angel in the family.