Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Northampton, England
Thank-you all for your kind words it really means alot.
The vet was fantastic all the way through, all the pre op bloods and checks that he did had all came back fine and Storm seemed to be a strong pup, in general good health.
The vet actually cried himself as he was also so very shocked at what had happened, I really feel for him as making that phone call to tell me must of been awful for him....no where near as awful as it was for me but still he was devastated. They explained to me that the op all went well but as they brought him out of the anisthetic he went into cardiac arrest, they tried to get him back but eventually had to give up. I don't blame anyone for what happened and I know that they did their very best for him.
Sometimes I know that these things just happen and how are we to know how it will turn out, I know deep down that what I was doing was the right thing for Storms long term health and if I could change things I would have him back in a heartbeat but somebody decided that it was his time to leave me. He has left me with some fantastic memories and will forever stay in my heart but for now he is with my last baby Mishka at the rainbow bridge and we will all be together again one day