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Posted on: 9:20:54 AM 4/6/2009

Still sounds like this puppy is having a low sugar problem just like humans the sugar level drop during the late day.. I would keep him away from the other dogs and definitely find a new vet to do some blood work.. As a quick fix try the Karo Syrup a...

Posted on: 1:19:18 PM 4/5/2009

As I'm re-reading your post it sounds more like the flea treatment is having a bad effect on this puppy a good bath in Dawn liquid detergent generally removes the flea treatments and you might want to check the FDA or the ASPCA web sites to check on ...

Posted on: 1:10:43 PM 4/5/2009

I had a Toy Poodle years ago that had a problem similar to this and my vet at the time had me giving him Karo Syrup mixed with some orange juice to give him the sugar...

Posted on: 6:15:11 PM 4/4/2009

The shaking and the extreme thirst is very concerning and I agree with the others "GET A NEW VET" and preferably one that remembers their oath "First Do No Harm".. I might also try some baby food and apple sauce dogs love apple sauce.. Many years ago...

Posted on: 4:44:45 PM 4/4/2009

I was concerned some more about your dog so I did a search & found this web site http://www.boston-terriers.com/food.htm and in it they refer to the food that you are us...

Posted on: 4:14:58 PM 4/4/2009

Stay away from that pond that's for sure !!

Itchy rear generally means the dogs anal glands are bothering them & a visit to the vet to have their anal glands expressed should solve that problem. I would suggest you doing it but it's mess...

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