This morning John noticed Cisco wasn't eating and had clear mucus or saliva coming out of his nose. He hadn't even tried to eat, and wasn't retching like they usually do with a choke. So we watched him for awhile and nothing changed.
Dr. Nancy doesn't work on Thursday. I called Dr. Shamis and he is having issues with his 95 year old Mother and couldn't help today. I told John I was trumped by a 95 year old, my Mother is only 90.
Called Adobe Vet Clinic in Tucson and they said bring him in. Anna got here to stay with Mother, we got him loaded and away we went. Spent the whole afternoon there, she tubed him 3 times before she felt comfortable having us take him home. At one time she was talking about taking him to Gilbert if it wouldn't clear.
So now he has to be on antibiotics for a week, Banamine for 3 days, and no food for 48 hours. We didn't get home until after dark and poor Cisco got to see everyone else get fed except him. He let John know this wasn't right. Wait until tomorrow morning and night, and Saturday morning.
This was right down at the top of the stomach and she said he probably choked last night because he had hay mixed in the liquid he was bringing up and he didn't eat this morning. That means the hay at the bottom of the choke, probably dried out over the 10 hours or so before this morning and made a very effective plug.
We're still on for take Sephia into Dr. Nancy's tomorrow morning for x-rays and Tyler to work on those nasty feet. I sure hope there's some good feet under all that over growth.
Poor Anna, doesn't know what she's in for...........LOL She may end up spending more time with Mother than I do for the foreseeable future.