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Well recently my older female was groomed she began wheezing
Well recently my older female was groomed she began wheezing a couple days ago she is 11 and now my 10 year old dog is also wheezing .. he has allergies but does not usually have a little eye discharge . I have 3 year old dog .. and have a puppy that came here 4 days ago .. the puppy is fine and the 3 year old seems to be tooJA: I'm sorry to hear that. Strange behavior is often perplexing. I'm sure the Veterinarian can help you. What is the dog's name?Customer: ChicoJA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Chico?Customer: Dolly is 11 year old 10 year old is Chico .
My nine yr old golden has been suffering from what his vet
My nine yr old golden has been suffering from what his vet called a skin infection. It is characterized by patches of hair loss and bumps that feel like scabs. I've been somewhat successful in treating the areas with hydrogen peroxide. I have an extensive landscaping in my back yard. I recently had it "cleaned up" and landscaped. Almost immediately my dog had an attack of this infection in several areas over his body. I'm a microbiologist by training hence the use of H2O2. Is there something that I can use that would bring faster and perhaps longer lasting treatment?
My bichos frise has some weird spots around her vagina and
HiJA: Hi. What seems to be the problem?Customer: My bichos frise has some weird spots around her vagina and lower stomachJA: I'm sorry to hear that. What is the dog's name and age?Customer: Can I show you a picture?JA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about the dog?Customer: Her name is***** 4 yearsJA: How old is Missy?JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Veterinarian about your situation and then connect you two.
Ugh! I didn't read the Rx label close enough and gave my dog
Ugh! I didn't read the Rx label close enough and gave my dog one whole pill of 100mg Cefpodoxime instead of 1/2 a pill, 3 hours ago. He's a king Charles spaniel weighing 16.9lbs. So far he seems fine. No lethargy or vomiting. He's eating and drinking fine. How worried should I be? What are the chances it will be a problem?
My dog Sammy has been suffering from Blepharitis
My dog Sammy has been suffering from Blepharitis for almost 2 months now. It started out as a small bump over one eyelid and has progressed to severe inflammation in both eyes, upper and lower lids. At his first vet appointment she prescribed Cefpodoxime Proxetil 100mg (1/2 tab once a day for 2 weeks) and NeoPolyDex. Little to no improvement was seen. Went back and he was given Clindamycin 150mg once a day for 2 weeks. I held off on giving it to him at first to see if a change back to his old diet would help (he'd recently been switched to another food shortly before the problem started). Still no improvement so I started the antibiotics. We only have 4 days left of them. I've also been doing moist heat twice a day and cleaning his lids with an eyelid cleaner recommended for blepharitis. We've tried allergy medicines as well (Zyrtec and Claritin). His eyes look worse than ever. At his last appointment the vet took a scraping of his lids and she said he did not have mites there and she actually saw very little bacteria so she was thinking it to be allergy related- she didn't send the slides off to a lab, just looked at them under the microscope herself. Here's the thing....I recently lost his sister to lymphoma so I'm hyper paranoid about anything in regards ***** ***** Tonight I was looking up information about blepharitis and one website mentioned lymphoma in the eyelids. Needless to say, I started looking that up, found some pics that kind of looked like what he has and now I'm totally freaked out. What are the possibilities that is what we're dealing with? Would the vet have been able to see any cancer cells on the slide she took? He had full blood work and all was okay. I know you can't see cancer on blood work but I thought it was worth mentioning. I'm going to attempt to attach some pictures- on one you will see the original bump that appeared and on the others you can see how it looks today. unfortunately because the only way to get a decent pic is with the flash I could not get one with his eyes open.
My 14 yo toy poodle has some form of dermatitis. The last vetView more dog veterinary questions
My 14 yo toy poodle has some form of dermatitis. The last vet s informed my that she had a bacterial skin infection. Her symptoms are constant itching and her skin has an odor like old chicken. She was treated with cefpodoxime low dose and steroids. She improved significantly but now all the symptoms are returning . Should she restart the treatmebt as before or have another skin evaluation for other possible causes