Jaida came home with us yesterday (January 29). Dr. Bergh said she did very well during her stay with them. We ran into VRCW staff as well who had been working with her and seconded Dr. Bergh's enthusiasm. She seemed to do pretty well last night. She is restricted from the stairs and needs to be leashed at all times to make sure she doesn't run and open the sutures. Her incision is looking good. Unfortunately, the pressure sores on her hip bones are both open again due to the continual sitting that she is doing. She is still on cephalexin (an antibiotic) to prevent bacterial growth in those areas as well as carprofen for the pain. With the snow, she cannot stay out for very long. However, she doesn't appear to be in any pain when she puts the additional weight on her knee while doing her business. Looking forward, she has a follow up with Dr. Bergh on February 12th and the pins are to be removed on February 18th. We will look to schedule therapy with VRCW after the pins are removed.