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Hello, my name is***** and I'd like to help you and Cairo. I'd like to ask a few additional questions.
1. You mention auto-immune disease. When was this diagnosed, what system was involved and what has been used to treat it?
2. When you say she gets sores all over places, do you mean the mouth or over her body?
3. Puffy sides- do you mean her belly is bloated? Can you explain further?
4. Any vomiting or diarrhea noted?
Unfortunately, there isn't much that can be done at home to treat this. She really needs an exam to allow a vet to palpate her sides, as she could have swelling/fluid under her skin, have some internal organs that are enlarged, this could be fatty masses. Depending on what is found, it may be recommended to do some base line blood work to assess her current auto-immune status and see why she is vomiting (liver, kidney dz, pancreatitis)
Typically if you explain to the veterinary clinic that she was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease and it was recommend that she no longer receive her vaccines, they are less likely to push the Rabies Shot.
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