Post this I knew I couldn’t follow the vaccination schedule because if I would get them vaccinated without their blood tests done to check for any possibility of a viral infection present, it would do more harm than good.
So I decided against getting them vaccinated right away and planned to take them to max bets for their blood tests and their checkup, to rule out the possibility of distemper, and this costed 10,000 for the tests ( 2500 x 4 )
[ the bill will be attached below ]
When I took all the 4 puppies that were left kiwi, chia, chip and dale to max vets, Delhi they were still fine that day but were a little low than they usually used to be.
The very next day I received the news I was dreading and it was so heartbreaking when they told me that 3 out of the 4 barely 2 month old puppies have tested positive. And luckily somehow dale tested negative.
I immediately shifted dale to a foster and had to separate him from
His siblings kiwi, chia and chip who had tested positive for distemper and their CBC report didn’t seem to good either.
At this point they only had one symptom which was discharge from their eyes.
So I knew I had to get them admitted to a god medical boarding in order to give them a chance to survive, and I only know of only 1 good medical boarding to provides treatment for distemper.
So I took them to pets and vets Delhi the very next day and got them admitted, when I showed the CBC reports they suspected tick fever as well, so they decided to do tests for tick fever for the three of them as well.
Since all of this was happening so suddenly I hadn’t even thought about the money that might be needed and I barely had time to raise funds since I had to pay an advance of 47,750 INR which is the advance for only the first 5 days of treatment.However it will continue for a minimum of 15 days, which will make the total to around 1,50,000 INR.
[ all the bills will be attached below ]
And I started calling everyone I knew could loan me any money and I somehow managed to get loan of ₹47,500. on the promise to return as soon as possible.
The Blood tests bills -