In which the vet staff is a great bunch--they even got Fiddle to smile

There were photos from Fiddle's vet in the In-Box this morning when I checked email!

Here's a photo of The Team. 
L-to-R: Dr. Ragan Garrett, DVM (anesthetist), Dr. Crystal Williams, DVM (assistant surgeon)
Dr. Michelle Delco, DVM, DACVS (Surgeon), Erin Stecher, LVT (technician).
Note that Dr. Williams (who was getting understandably cranky yesterday at Fiddle's refusal to stay sleepy yesterday during surgery) is bribing her with food.  That's the way to this mare's heart, y'all! 

Anesthesia Record.  If you haven't read THIS BOOK yet, Vet Team, you might want to try it.

The team, including Fiddle, smiling for the camera.

Life is good--and now, I'm off to the vet hospital to visit everyone!


  1. Did she have tumors on her ovaries? That'd explain the horrible attitude - she won't miss them one bit. So glad to see her ears up again!

  2. So glad the "Dragon" sailed through it with no issues. Congrats to you both!!

  3. I don't know what I was expecting, but the title of that book I was not! LOL.

    1. He did a sample of it on Letterman:

      (sorry, I can't remember how to embed links into comments, I know I'm lame)

  4. Yeah! So glad everything went well. For some reason I didn't put two and two together- that they'd be able to do the surgery standing. That is so much better:)

  5. Yay! Hope she's feeling ALMOST like her old self. :-)

  6. Look at that face! Hooray for dragon horses! (and a great vet team.) HAppy to hear the news!

  7. Hope all is well and that she heals up quickly!


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