Hi, folks! Maggie had a bit of an adjustment to the Enalapril (blood pressure med) -- nightly repeated vomiting ... yuck! Then trip to the vet to make sure she wasn't dehyradrated -- she wasn't, thank goodness. She has come through that like a trooper and ... great news at the vet today. Her blood pressure has dropped significantly so we get to keep her at the dose she is on. We go back in two weeks for another pressure check and to re-run the renal tests. Even through the days with vomiting, Maggie's energy level has been much improved -- she has been greeting me when I come in the house and wants to play much more frequently and, for the first time in about 8 months, has wanted to chew her Cosequin tablet in the mornings. This may seem like a little thing but it is a very positive sign that her nausea has decreased. Of course, we couldn't escape unscathed from the vet ... Maggie has been scratching all over her body, any area she can reach, and she looks like she has a really bad case of dandruff. Vet said she has severe dermatitis (probably caused by out of whack hormones) and gave me medicated shampoo and cream rinse with instructions to bathe Maggie twice a week. Hmmm ... let's see, Mom has never bathed her at home. Pet-sitter to the rescue!! Thankfully, she is still in town -- it's been a long time since she took care of Mags. She is a really outstanding surgical vet tech -- she'll be here on Sunday for the first bath. Am going to go look for an attachment to use in the tub. Should be very interesting! I'll try to get a picture.