Queenie
  • Female
  • Louisville, KY
  • United States
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Carol Rea left a comment for Queenie
"Welcome Queenie, I hope that you are doing better now! Pancreatitis in humans is bad enough, I cannot imagine in a corgi! Take care and stay well. Carol, Lucky and Sonny"
Sep 28, 2010
Pat Piotrowski and Queenie are now friends
Sep 25, 2010
Chris Payerl commented on Queenie's blog post update on Queenie
"Glad to hear things turned out okay. Belly rubs to Queenie if she's up for it."
Sep 24, 2010
Alison Prasavath commented on Queenie's blog post update on Queenie
"I'm glad Queenie will be okay. Thank you for the update."
Sep 24, 2010
Jane Christensen left a comment for Queenie
"Glad to hear you'll be home soon!"
Sep 24, 2010
Queenie left a comment for Chris Payerl
"queenie was on keflex and an antihistamine. vet says it wasnt the meds. she had a small piece of ham monday night. believe that was the cause"
Sep 24, 2010
Queenie left a comment for Jane Christensen
"thank you so much! i'm coming home tonight. hopefully for good. my results will tell. i did eat food finally today. i miss my family and they misses me!"
Sep 24, 2010
Queenie left a comment for Pat Piotrowski
"sorry to hear about your pancreatitis. i hear it is extremely painful. i will definitely keep in mind veggies are ok. it may be awhile before i actually give her anything other than dog food. thank you for the info"
Sep 24, 2010
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Sep 24, 2010
Pat Piotrowski commented on Queenie's blog post Pancreatitis in Corgi's
"I hope Queenie feels better soon! I actually have had acute pancreatitus for years. It is controllable, but watch the commercial treats. All i can say is veggies veggies and some more veggies. freash veggies are good for any dog. also watch the…"
Sep 24, 2010
Jane Christensen commented on Queenie's blog post Pancreatitis in Corgi's
"Hoping you feel better soon Queenie!"
Sep 24, 2010
christy fry commented on Queenie's blog post Pancreatitis in Corgi's
"Hi, I'm very sorry to hear this Pancreatitus can be a very scary thing =( I had an elderly canine that had an acute case of this about 2 yrs. prior to his death. He spent along time in the vet office and was placed on a perscription diet for…"
Sep 23, 2010
Chris Payerl commented on Queenie's blog post Pancreatitis in Corgi's
"Is she on any meds? Some meds can affect the liver, making the dog more prone to pancreatitis. Look up "liver cleansing diet". A very low fat diet is very important to reduce the stress to the liver. Sophie has seizures and some meds for…"
Sep 23, 2010
Bev Levy commented on Queenie's blog post Pancreatitis in Corgi's
"My neighbor's dog almost died from it after eating an entire chicken that was roasting on a rotisserie. The thing that probably saves most corgis is their short legs. Do you know what might have been the cause of it? Hope she is better soon."
Sep 23, 2010
Queenie replied to Craig H's discussion Pancreatitis
"queenie just got admitted a couple of night ago for the same thing. i have never had a dog that got pancreatitis. they have her on iv fluids as well. she had a temperature of 105 which the norm for a dog is 101-102. i hope boomer is doing better. we…"
Sep 23, 2010
Queenie replied to Sharon Miller's discussion What brands of dog food do you corgi owners prefer?
"we feed queenie blue buffalo longevity"
Sep 23, 2010

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About Me:
My moms LOVE me!

My full name is Queen Elizabeth III of Clifton Heights, but you can call me Queenie for simplicity.

I have a tail even though all those head honchos think I shouldn't.............

I LOVE the park!

I have a G-ma in CA who I can't wait to meets cause I know she gonna spoils me! (is it March yet grandma?!?!?)
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
About My Corgi(s):
5 months
I have:
Pembroke

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update on Queenie

Posted on September 24, 2010 at 2:39pm 2 Comments

first i would like to say thank you to everyone who has replied. your warm wishes and info has been very helpful. i did get the call from the vet today saying queenie will be released to come home this evening, but that she will probably have to go back tomorrow for more fluids. they also ran another enzyme test on her today. if levels have dropped we may not have to bring her back. the cause of all this was due to a quarter sized piece of hamsteak i gave her monday night. trust me i feel…

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Pancreatitis in Corgi's

Posted on September 23, 2010 at 6:01pm 6 Comments

Hello,

Queenie has now been at the vet's 2 nights too many. I brought her in a couple nights ago because she was acting very depressed. We finally came to find out she has pancreatitis. Is this common with Corgi's? Has anyone else ever experienced this with their baby (ies)? Any info would be great. THANKS!

Queen eats very good. Blue Buffalo food and treats. Every now and then maybe a bite of people food. Never again though.

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At 5:47pm on September 28, 2010, Carol Rea said…
Welcome Queenie, I hope that you are doing better now! Pancreatitis in humans is bad enough, I cannot imagine in a corgi! Take care and stay well. Carol, Lucky and Sonny
At 2:47pm on September 24, 2010, Jane Christensen said…
Glad to hear you'll be home soon!
At 1:26pm on November 25, 2009, Wendt Worth Corgi's said…

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At 11:47am on November 23, 2009, Geri & Sidney said…
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