Lily

WATCH LILY’S HAIR GROW

Lilly in October 2003

Lily in early November when she came into Foster care.

Lily at the end of November; started baths, ivermectin and left her on the steroids; was also on Ketoconazole, 100 mgs once daily, and Cephalexin, 250 mgs once daily

Lily in December; baths, ivermectin showed improvements but still had new sores starting under the hair nad was itchy so had to quit weaning her from the steroids.

Lily in January.  This is after a short time on cyclosporine (Atopica); weaned her from steroids.  She needs a diet to lose the steroid weight but the sores are gone and she has a real coat now!

Lily in January. This is after a short time on cyclosporine (Atopica); weaned her from steroids. She needs a diet to lose the steroid weight but the sores are gone and she has a real coat now!

 

Lily in February. Lily has made astounding progress. She is being weaned from the drugs and will probably end up on Atopica 2 times a week but may even be able to be weaned off completely.

Lily in February. Lily will go to her new "forever" home this month.

Lily in February. Her new family will get a Westie with a full coat of hair. They are aware of her medical hisotry and are prepared to deal with whatever comes but prospects for Lily are very bright.

Lily in February.  Her new family will get a Westie with a full coat of hair.  They are aware of her medical hisotry and are prepared to deal with whatever comes but prospects for Lily are very bright.

Lily goes home. February 2004

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