Tag Archives: subcutaneous injection

Capturing Moments – Photos of Lilly

I've always taken a lot of photos of Lilly, but now that I accept that our time may be short, I feel more pressure to capture her essence and read the messages in her eyes.…

World Rabies Day 2012 – Insights After a Near-Deadly Adverse Rabies Vaccine Reaction

Today is World Rabies Day, which is meant to "raise awareness about the impact of human and animal rabies, how easy it is to prevent it, and how to eliminate the main global sources." Nine…

Canine Chemo – Dry Mouth

While we use cytarabine -- a chemo drug with good anti-inflammatory properties for our needs -- at lower doses than would be required for cancer treatment, Lilly still suffers from a dry mouth after her…

Adverse Vaccine Reaction Relapse Recovery – Sept 2012

You have our apologies for the lack of blog posts this week. Just too-too-too much going on with Lilly, with work, with my mom (who is terminally ill). Here is a little VIDEO recap of…

After the Crying: Our Way Forward

I am humbled and honored by your continued devotion to our troubled journey. Thanks to YOU and your chip-in help, we've been able to pay our bills this month. In a way, we're starting with…

Adverse Vaccine Reaction Update – What Lilly Can and Cannot Do

Taking care of Lilly now that the vaccine-induced meningoencephalomyelitis has reared its ugly head again means noticing what she can and cannot do. Here are a few examples you might find interesting.

How the Relapse Differs from the Original Adverse Vaccine Reaction

I've been told in the past perhaps I pay too much attention to the little details of Lilly's presumed recovery from vaccine-induced meningoencephalomyelitis (inflammation of the brain, lining of the brain, and spinal cord). However,…

Adverse Vaccine Reactions – The Price We Pay

A few weeks ago on Twitter, someone responded to one of our posts about Lilly's vaccine-induced meningoencephalomyelitis by saying essentially this, "It's the price we pay for having a low incidence of rabies in the…

Chemo, Ho! Treating Brain Inflammation After Adverse Rabies Vaccine Reaction

Lilly stands on the frontier of veterinary medicine as we take on the next chapter in her attempted recovery from a severe adverse rabies vaccine reaction -- meningoencephalomyelitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of…