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Viewing all posts found for user WagginTails
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Posted on: 6:18:43 PM 10/27/2007

I'm new to this site but would like to add something. It's rare that a seizure would act like this. It is possible he got his foot partially caught in the collar and that's what flipped him. Minimal or excessive salivation could also be cause by the...

Posted on: 6:14:38 PM 10/27/2007

Be careful using sulfadene as kicks lick most everything you put on them. Chlorhexadine is good and if worse comes to worse the cat may need "a collar" to prevent him/her from getting to that area. The other thing is, why is the cat licking?

Posted on: 6:11:10 PM 10/27/2007

You aren't giving us much info. Is she spayed because this can happen to a cat in heat. Is she straining to urinate?
Is it behavioral? YOu can't do a "free catch" with a cat as with a dog so it's a bit more difficult w/a cat except to tap her ...

Posted on: 6:05:27 PM 10/27/2007

She needs to be vet checked. You didn't indicate she was when you purchased her and you and your vet need a baseline.
If the hairloss is perfectly round it could be ring worm which is a fungus and treatable but something that you and/or a family...

Posted on: 6:01:25 PM 10/27/2007

Hopefully by now Mushi went to the vet. Do they usually land on their feet, yup, always, oh no and when they don't it can be serious. This could be anything from head trauma to a concussion to neuro to it just scared the hell out of him. Hope he's ...

Posted on: 5:51:29 PM 10/27/2007

Will 1-2 grapes kill your dog; probably not but they can be toxic enough to cause vomiting, diarrhea, kidney failure and death so look at it this way...........Is there really any need to give an animal grapes? Of course not. And, this goes for rai...

Posted on: 5:34:32 PM 10/27/2007

This sounds like "ring worm" which is not an intestinal parasite but a topical skin fungus which needs treatment.
It can be spread to other animals and people. Don't delay this. They need to see the vet.

Posted on: 5:31:46 PM 10/27/2007

Typical of many small breeds. It's usually a "reverse sneeze" and in most cases nothing to worry about so long as it clears and the dog's getting air. I've also worked with dogs that did this and we'd gently pinch their nostrils together for about 3-...

Posted on: 5:26:39 PM 10/27/2007

My suggestion would be to take him to a University hospital.
Depending on where you live I'd be referring to the Univ of Penna. (East coast). Univ Calif West Coast, etc.
This is not a problem for veterinarians to be guessing about and if t...

Posted on: 5:20:43 PM 10/27/2007

I wish I heard you say you did your breeding homework BEFORE you bred your dog. Eating the afterbirth is not something for you to interfere with. This is totally normal and helps Mom do a couple of things. 1/it provides stimula-tion for contractions...

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