Our vet said that there were no adhesions. She said that the stone was covered in slime, and she thinks that that is the Actigall in action.
She took a urine sample and is going to culture it for the next few days to see if anything comes of it.
- Supporter in '13
About the Critical Care, IMHO I doubt it would make things worse. I feel like pigs that get stones are really predisposed to them, so while diet definitely plays a part, if you need the Critical Care for his recovery (unless you've heard anything different about any danger with stone pigs) I'd go for it.
Here is his stone. I set it on a U.S. Nickel, to give you an idea of size. According to my scale, it weighs 2 grams; according to the vet, it weighed 1.6 grams, I believe.
Henry checks out his new digs:
You can see Frost's nose, checking Henry out:
And now Frost is back to doing his favorite thing: eating hay with Henry:
- I GAVE, dammit!
When I was worried about Cocoa's spay incision, I put a folded piece of fleece under a pigloo for her. That way she had some cushion but didn't have to climb into anything. I'm not sure if that helps.