Adapt and overcome
I took Zoe to the vet this morning for her twice a year allergy check. Four years ago we had about given up on her. She was constantly scratching and had all kinds of infections. We bathed and brushed and did everything we could think of and were making no progress. She was so miserable we considered putting her down.
Then took her to a vet specializing in dermatology, got her on Apoquel, among other things, took care of fungus and infections and got her off poultry feed (and on to kangaroo for a long time) and she slowly got better. Fast forward to today, she is just fine, still on a daily regimen of Apoquel and Zyrtec but she is the picture of health.
Her vet visit today was, of course, a bit different:
There were about 20 car coverings each with a sign in the front giving the phone number and the number of the parking place. So I called in and gave them my number and they came out to pick up Zoe, called when she was done, got the payment over the phone and returned her.
It was nice to have some shade but I'd hate to be responsible for this set up next time there's a strong wind or hail storm.
174 days to inauguration