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Hello. No he hasn't gotten better. They said he has ear mites and gave me Tresaderm drops to give twice a day. They said his ears might be bad enough to affect his balance, which is why he is sluggish and stumbling once in a while. I really don't know if that's true, but I think he's in pain since he's hunched over. I have very limited funds and not sure if I can afford x-ray's, etc in case it's something lodged in stomach and requires surgery. Attached is his blood test. Thank you
Is there a chance he could've broken his collarbone or some other bone that supports his front legs? I'm noticing that he has a very hard time getting down from the couch or steps as if his front legs are hurting. When he jumped down off of a 3ft chair the other day, his front legs kinda buckled and landed in his face.