Fluff O'Love had a successful sedation dental appointment with only one extraction, and a tumor removed from his back left leg today. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers as he continues his recovery. He's in bright spirits, even with all of the sedatives and medications he's been prescribed. I requested sedatives for his recovery since he always seems to be hyperactive after anesthesia and didn't want him jumping and running around during his first days of recovery, as he almost ripped out his abdominal stitches from trying to jump a baby gate after his last major life-saving surgery. I was told by the UF Animal Hospital at that time that they had never seen an animal with such a strong will and desire to fight to survive, and I visited every single day 1-2x, and they said they had never seen such a dedicated owner and it was obvious that his love for me was what kept him hanging on despite his odds of 50% survival. Although today's surgery was considered minor in comparison, I'm so proud of how well my fur baby behaved for the hospital staff and I look forward to a great and long-lasting relationship with Forever Vets Animal Hospital in Julington Creek. The vet tech even carried him into the exam room because he was her favorite patient of the day. Dr. Pittman is absolutely amazing as what she does and takes every effort to make their treatment as affordable as possible. I couldnt ask for a better pup and healthcare team to look out for his well-being!