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Posted on: 3:13:15 PM 2/4/2012

I'm so sorry for your loss :( Dogs, like humans, do grieve losses of their family, whether it's another animal or their human companion. And like with humans, there isn't anything that rushes the grieving process along outside of time. Some humans gr...

Posted on: 6:02:13 AM 1/28/2012

Without seeing your dog it's near impossible to tell you what it is. I'm going to take a wild guess and say it may be an aural hematoma. Google that and see if that matches what you are describing.

Posted on: 9:17:44 PM 1/21/2012

Back in November my old man Thunder ruptured a cruciate ligament in his rear leg. Being 14 yrs old and already arthritic I started looking for alternative solutions to surgery. Was going to get a specially designed knee brace when his ultrasound show...

Posted on: 6:27:10 AM 1/5/2012

I don't know whether a fungal infection would show on a biopsy. Usually the skin is scraped and then cultered in a special medium for ten days. As far as allergies go running an allergy profile is the way to determine whether he has them and to what ...

Posted on: 6:17:59 PM 1/3/2012

Fungal infection? Hypothyroidism? Vitamin deficiency? Food related?

There is a myriad of things that can contribute to skin issues. Best bet would be to get a referral to a board certified dermatologist Ans bring copies of everything that...

Posted on: 9:42:35 PM 12/10/2011

I would look up the animal ordinances for your town. I am sure they have a nuisance barking law on the books or something similar. If you can't find one call your town health department and ask them. It is usually the health department that is in cha...

Posted on: 4:10:06 PM 10/25/2011

$1,200.00? Holy cow that's alot of money. What did they want to do for him that was that much? The vet is going to offer what they feel is the best course of action to properly diagnose and treat your pet so he/she gets better. If you can't afford ev...

Posted on: 2:12:37 PM 10/25/2011

X-rays would be warranted if there is suspicion of him ingesting something that he shouldn't have. If he were my dog I'd have him hospitalized on iv fluids. Never give aspirin unless after an exam a vet told you it was ok. Aspirin can cause gastric u...

Posted on: 11:57:59 AM 10/24/2011

Have you had him checked by a vet? There may be a medical reason why all of a sudden he is Miley and snappy. The only way they can let us know they are sick or in pain is by behavioral changes. Don't you want to know before you just write him off and...

Posted on: 9:06:12 PM 10/19/2011

Phenobarb has direct effects on the liver. I would discuss a liver protector with your vet as well. denamarin can be costly for a dog his size so milk thistle may be an alternative. You mAy also want to ask your vet for some Valium enemas to keep on ...

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