She looks bug eyed but that’s pretty normal… ... - TheCityHorse

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She looks bug eyed but that’s pretty normal…

Brain injuries suck. Her head is still tilted and she has 0 balance. She has started walking, maybe 25 steps maximum without falling over. She pawed at her favorite toy and will follow it with her head for a few minutes. She’s started to whine when she wants something - like food, to be held or put in her hammock. She climbed up to the lowest shelf on the coffee table- her ore injury favorite spot. She also started to lift her leg when she potties the way she used to.

It’s really hard to see her like this but H and I are taking rehab seriously. She swims in the hot tub with H (fully supported) and I think being able to move her back legs while nearly weightless helps. I feed her in small clumps that she has to walk to, we play with her and try to get her to interact. She’s coming back slowly but I know she’ll come back.

She looks bug eyed but that’s pretty normal…

Brain injuries suck. Her head is still tilted and she has 0 balance. She has started walking, maybe 25 steps maximum without falling over. She pawed at her favorite toy and will follow it with her head for a few minutes. She’s started to whine when she wants something - like food, to be held or put in her hammock. She climbed up to the lowest shelf on the coffee table- her ore injury favorite spot. She also started to lift her leg when she potties the way she used to.

It’s really hard to see her like this but H and I are taking rehab seriously. She swims in the hot tub with H (fully supported) and I think being able to move her back legs while nearly weightless helps. I feed her in small clumps that she has to walk to, we play with her and try to get her to interact. She’s coming back slowly but I know she’ll come back.

  1. sunofthe-sea said: You guys are doing an amazing job
  2. not-the-mom said: sending you guys all the love.
  3. rumour-has-itx reblogged this from thecityhorse and added:
    Yay Z!
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