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Glee's Kristin Chenoweth Beside Herself Over Dog's Illness

Kristin Chenoweth and Maddie
Kristin Chenoweth and Maddie

We love Kristin Chenoweth for her amazing talent. Now we love her even more for how much she loves her dog!

Chenoweth spent her Easter weekend frantic with worry after her dog fell sick.

The Glee star rushed her puppy Maddie to a veterinary practice in Los Angeles, California on Saturday and spent hours by her pet’s side as animal experts diagnosed the pooch with pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas.

In a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, she writes, “Everyone please pray for Maddie. Rushing her to doggie hospital. Throwing up. Maddie is getting bloodwork done. So glad we are at vet hospital. She has a fever but looks to be OK. Doctors are caring for her. Thank God. People who help animals do God’s work.

“Bloodwork just showed pancreatitis. Not great. Not horrible. We will be here awhile getting meds (medication) and fluids. Thanks for praying everyone! She will be OK. She just is sick. Poor thing. Pancreatitis.”

Chenoweth was eventually allowed to take Maddie home and she is ensuring her beloved pet gets plenty of care and attention.

She tells her online followers, “Home now. Maddie and mama are tired. She is gonna be OK. Lots of rest and a watchful eye for her. I have been a wreck all day. You know how it is with our babies. A long stressful day but she is gonna be OK. I have to watch her like a hawk for a bit. She is exhausted and just so tired.”

Kristin Chenoweth has a non-profit called Maddie’s Corner.

Story By Elaine Furst For Dog Files

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mah
11 years ago

Bless her for being this nice to animals

Alanfan44
Alanfan44
11 years ago

I understand how you feel.My dogs are my babies.It is scary and horrifying when they are sick.I am so glad to hear she will be okay!

 work illnesses
11 years ago

If you’re an employee, you’ll be able to keep claiming Working Tax Credit for the first 28 weeks that you’re off work, so you care his body.

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