My 9 yrs old Pembroke Corgi had a minor stroke 3 wks ago - I say minor because by 2 wks, she was "back", ears
clear/no weakness and jumping on the couches.
She seems to have had another minor stroke in the last 24 hrs, not even as many symptoms as the last. She is still eating, drinking, peeping, pooping and not hiding.
We haven't taken her to our vet because we can't afford tests telling us why it happened. It doesn't matter, we will continue to make her comfortable. We aren't able to invest in chemotherapy, dialysis, expensive meds. We have had several dogs before who lived out their happy lives and then needed us to do our part to let them go.
My question. From home, with these seeming strokes...I've read that giving a very low dose of asprin, while beneficial for humans, can be detrimental to dogs if they have any kidney issues.
I don't know if Watermelon has kidney issues, wouldn't know unless we paid for catscans etc. I am assuming...is there anything we can do thin her blood or assist with symptoms without prescriptions and expensive tests to tell us what we already know basically?