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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Heading into Fall

Yeah!  Made it through the hot Florida summer.  The boys are happy to be done with the 90 degree days.    Nathan has had a really good month for walking.  In the last month, he hasn't had really any days where he couldn't walk and needed a day of rest.   That's the first time since this all started that we've gone this many weeks without some bad days (knocking on wood so as not to jinx us). 

We purchased Steadfast (per Cher's mommys suggestion) about 3-4 weeks ago.   Nathan's been taking his once a day dose.  By the way, its smells absolutely dreadful, but apparently it tastes great!!  So, there could be something to this supplement, since Nathan has been doing consistently well.  I guess the only way to know would be to stop it, which I don't want to do just yet.   The more consistently he walks, the stronger his legs will get, creating a snowball effect, so don't want to stop that momentum now.

Maybe one day Nathan's legs will get strong enough that he won't fall back into his poop if I don't support him while he's pooping!!!  That would be nice!!



  1. We're still here cheering for you Nathan! Good job my furend!

    Lily Belle

  2. Good Job, Nathan. {Well, except for maybe the poop part}

  3. I'm so glad to hear that the Steadfast has helped Nathan. Dont stop giving it. I ran out because the website said that I could get it locally, and then no one carried it. I had to order it online, and Cher went without for one week. That week she did not do as well, and she was again moaning quite a bit at night. One other little tidbit of info. I e-mailed the company about ordering the big dog size and breaking it in 1/4 for Bo-Bo, and Cher. My Bo is 15 and has really slowed down. They replied that it would be fine to do that. This saves you big $! I, like you dont know if Cher will ever be able to stand up for a poop! I express Cher for Pooh in the morning and at night. This seems like the only way to keep the tootsie rolls out of the house! yuk!Keep up the hard work Nathan!