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Lookin’ Great, Bindi!

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Lookin’ Great, Bindi!

Ever the fighter, Bindi is cured of AIHA, Auto Immune Hemolytic Anemia. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Happy to be with Hokshila

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Happy to be with Hokshila

Bindi and Hokshila at Doggie Dash & Dawdle in November 2013. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Shaved Tummy

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Shaved Tummy

Bindi’s shaved belly (necessary side effect of his treatment) is clearly visible in this photo taken in November 2013. He is now cured of AIHA. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Bindi Relaxing

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Bindi Relaxing

Another photo of Bindi taken at Doggie Dash & Dawdle during his recovery period. The shaved areas on his front legs where IVs had been inserted are still quite visible. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Time to rest

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Time to rest

Bindi takes time out to rest at his first public appearance since becoming seriously ill and undergoing multiple treatments, including blood transfusions. (Photo by Sue Isley, Nov. 2013)

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Bindi’s increased appetite

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Bindi’s increased appetite

Once he was finally diagnosed with the rear auto-immune condition known as AIHA, Bindi began taking the steroid drug, Prednisone.  One of the known side effects of this medication is increased appetite, which definitely affected Bindi.  In his case, his weight increased from approximately 60 pounds to 78 pounds over a period of several months. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Early in his illness

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Early in his illness

This photo shows Bindi shortly after he became ill.  Although he was receiving treatment, veterinarians didn’t yet know the true nature of his illness or how to treat it; thus, Bindi’s treatments underwent considerable trial-and-error before a final diagnosis was made. (Photo by Sue Isley)

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Bindi before becoming ill

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Bindi before becoming ill

This photo shows Bindi during the Summer of 2013, prior to his illness. (Photo by Sue Isley)

 

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