Monday, January 26, 2015

Getting Happy

After our Friday vet appointment, Noah started his tobramycin  eyedrops. Saturday I checked him and didn't see much of a change. Then on Sunday afternoon Noah put is head in my lap and I saw two clear brown eyes looking at me.
This morning I checked and it was true, his eyes are looking happier. There is no pus and no film. The whites are still red, but more of a deep pink then cherry red.

I spoke with Dr B this morning and gave him the good news. We agreed to keep using the drops thru the week. On Friday morning Dr B will check his left eye for dryness again and we'll make a plan depending on what the results are.

We're not exactly at the Happy Eye stage yet, but we're making progress.


Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

That is wonderful news. We are so happy for you

Molly the Airedale said...

This is great news! Keep getting happier, Noah!

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly

Ruby said...

OMD, I missed the gooey eye news! Wells, I sure am glads that they are on their way to be HAPPY again! YEA!!! Nothin' like 'happy' eyes!
Sendin' lots of POTP and a good dose of AireZens!
Ruby ♥

Anonymous said...

Great that one cone of shame that looks like it just might be OK!

The Mad Scots

rottrover said...

Maybe at smiling eyes? Keep it up, Noah!


Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

That's wonderful! Let's hope those eyes stay happy. Paws crossed.

Marjie said...

Oh, good boy, Noah. Keep improving, and make Mom happy!

My Dog Sam - Ruptured Disk said...

Progress towards a good result :) We're happy. Time for treats.

Tammy said...

So glad to hear that he is making progress. My heart goes out to you as you continue to deal with this horrible disease.


Lapdog Creations said...

YAY for happy eyes..... take any happy we can get these days! :) Keep it up Noah - Mama needs it.

How Sam Sees It said...

Keeping paws crossed!

Monty and Harlow

SissySees said...

Oh that's good news! We look forward to hearing even more on Monday. Hang in there, Noah. Eye stuff is no fun at all, but being able to see clearly is worth it.