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Nose continuation thread. So other doctor was typical of

Nose continuation thread.So other doctor was typical of most vets where they basically can't say anything about any bump unless it's biopsied.Says it could either be cancer or foreign object induced granuloma.Should I freak out yet? No size change but red dot means = danger?Sigh.

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Dr. Michael Salkin

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I have a 4 1/2 month old german shepherd. He was acting

Hi. I have a 4 1/2 month old german shepherd. He was acting anxious like he had to pee when he really didnt. The vet did a urine culture and prescribed simplecef. He's been taking it since Wed 11/30. He is increasingly agitated, linking everything, and is peeing in the house, jumping up on furniture. It's hard to hold his leash. Is the medication causingbthus? He is also using Fortifloura and just finished taking an antibiotic to help keep his stool firm.JA: 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: DexterJA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Dexter?Customer: He's been a very good puppy, calm, sweet until now. We love him so much. We're concerned.

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Dr. Altman

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I have a rat terrier, 12 years old that has begun having

I have a rat terrier, 12 years old that has begun having nosebleeds within the last 2 weeks. Prior to this he had been sneezing when going outside; our vet recommended benadryl twice a day for allergies.JA: I'm sorry to hear that. What is the terrier's name?Customer: JacksonJA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Jackson?Customer: No. He has a consitant history with the vet. The nosebleeds are not constant, and when I give him the allergy meds, it eases his breathing and if there is bleeding, it stops almost immediately

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I need another opinion I want a second opinion. I have a 11

I need another opinionI want a second opinion.I have a 11 yrs old golden retriever. He has started having nosebleeds out of his left nostril and he has laboured breathing that starts and stops in intervals. His right eye has swelled up and watery and now his left eye is bloodshot as well. His flatulance is really intense smelling. He is still eating and drinking water and goes for walks and is happy. But he seems a littl depressed and moans and sighs. What could he have. I'm on a tight budget so extensive testing is not an option what should I doJA: I'm sorry to hear that. Have you looked to see if there is a wound on their foot?Customer: He has a injury on his right knee and is limpingJA: What is the dog's name?Customer: BuddyJA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Buddy?Customer: His eyes look cloudy with a bluish haze. I had bloodwork done and the vet recommend a coagulation panel and further work up- She is suspicious of a tumour in the abdomen causing vasculitis and thinks he needs further work ASAP to check that he is not becoming anemic or his coagulation parameters. I've already spent $280 on this one test and we still don't have any real answer. She thinks it may also be his liverJA: 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.

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I want a second opinion. I have a 11 yrs old golden

I want a second opinion.I have a 11 yrs old golden retriever. He has started having nosebleeds out of his left nostril and he has laboured breathing that starts and stops in intervals. His right eye has swelled up and watery and now his left eye is bloodshot as well. His flatulance is really intense smelling. He is still eating and drinking water and goes for walks and is happy. But he seems a littl depressed and moans and sighs. What could he have. I'm on a tight budget so extensive testing is not an option what should I doJA: I'm sorry to hear that. Have you looked to see if there is a wound on their foot?Customer: He has a injury on his right knee and is limpingJA: What is the dog's name?Customer: BuddyJA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Buddy?Customer: His eyes look cloudy with a bluish haze. I had bloodwork done and the vet recommend a coagulation panel and further work up- She is suspicious of a tumour in the abdomen causing vasculitis and thinks he needs further work ASAP to check that he is not becoming anemic or his coagulation parameters. I've already spent $280 on this one test and we still don't have any real answer. She thinks it may also be his liverJA: 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.

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My name is ***** ***** Olsen: Our, 11 year old wheaton

My name is ***** ***** Olsen: Our, 11 year old wheaton terrier mix (Buster) has been on rimadyl for a few months 37.5mg per day. Has had two nosebleeds. Didn't catch it the first time as just saw blood on his blanket but just now brought him inside and red blood dripping from his nose. My son, 16, his best friend, is freaking out. Should I take him to ER vet or can wait until morning. I am suspecting it is due to the Rimadyl. He has been pretty active for an old "guy" until the last few days. What do you think?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: Our dogs nose is bleeding red, fresh blood. I come from a medical family so I know to check out the obvious-no flesh wounds, no evidence of a fight with other animals, checked his teeth. Has not had any loose stools or anything different to mention. Has been a bit sneezy though until now-sneezing bloodJA: OK got it. Last thing — Veterinarians generally expect a deposit of about $19 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.

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I rescue and we work with a small pound in TN. They have a

I Foster for a rescue and we work with a small pound in TN. They have a 4-5 month old puppy, lab mix. Had nosebleeds, heavy. Sounds like he's snoring. He was on antibiotics, seemed to work, nosebleeds stopped. Found ulcers under tongue, cauterized them, won't play, can't eat solid food, goes out to pee/poop andimmediately comes back in to sleep. Sleeps all day long. She doesn't know what to do. Thinks they need to scope the throat but that's about $1500. She thinks he's maybe 10-15lbs, and he's like 5 months old. Can see hip bones. Any ideasOn what could be causing theMouth sores?

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Dr. Michael Salkin

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My miniature schnauzer was bred on July 6th. She was X-rayed

Hello. My miniature schnauzer was bred on July 6th. She was X-rayed by her Vet, and is carrying 4 puppies. The Vet suspects that the date of the breeding is off by a few days, because I brought her in to be X rayed, on what I thought was day 45, he couldnot see complete skeletons, but when we Xrayed the following week they were all visible. My question is: She has been digging in her whelping box and panting since about 7 am this morning. She has had water, but refuses food. Several small loose bowel movementsfor the last couple of days, as well as some vomiting of bile. I haven't seen a mucus plug passed as of yet, and she does not seem distressed other than the panting and restlessness. This is stage 1 of labor correct? How long does this go on before I shouldbe concerned? I have done a lot on online research about the whelping process, I'm ready with all the supplies, I just need the labor to start!

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Dr. Kara

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I have a 10 year old female pitbull. about 6 months ago her

I have a 10 year old female pitbull. about 6 months ago her left side of her head started to sink in I immediately went to the vets. The vet is 99.5% sure it is a brain tumor but without an MRI he cannot be 100%. the MRI is $3,000 which I do not have. a few months ago the bottom part of her face started to sink in on the same side the left so only the cheek bone was protruding out. she's always been active happy dog like nothing was wrong. about a month ago she started to have anxiety attacks she would be normal throughout the day but one night Time came she would pant uncontrollably and shake uncontrollably along with having to be on top of me or by my side following me around. thus keeping me up for 8 to 10 hours straight at night. I took her to the vet again and they prescribed her phenobarbital 60mg twice a day. which worked for the first two weeks she slept throughout the night she became out of it which I knew she would because of the medication she wasn't happy dog anymore she was tired always. she seem to be getting used to the medication and becoming more alert which coincidentally resulted back into having panic attacks in the middle of the night. I took her back to the vet and the vet recommended to up the dose three times a day and to go see specialist. the vet keeps talking to me about quality of life and the I need to think about it but then tells me that she's not in pain which is hard for me. she was once a happy dog the medication made her a zombie but then the attcks at night we're keeping me up all night so I'm confused. Today I came home from the grocery store and she had a bloody nose I'm not for sure if it's because of the medication or if it's because of the tumor. help?!

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