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valley fever causing my dogs back end to swell

 
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stephanie



Joined: 08 May 2005
Posts: 19
Location: Moreno Valley, ca.

PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2006 7:14 pm    Post subject: valley fever causing my dogs back end to swell Reply with quote

My Dog has valley fever, he has been on fluc for over i year, according to the vets, it's not working and has spread to his liver, both legs are swollen, he has a bad lesion on his left rear foot, he was in hospital for 1 week, they started him on amphotericin b, he will have his 3rd dose on monday, was wondering if anyone else has gone through this. He is so swollen, the vets feel he is not getting proper circulation and that is what is causing the sores on his foot, his foot is draining clear stuff.
we are tying everything to help him, he does not appear to be in any pain at this time. any suggestions????

Now Duke has a bloody nose.
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Sheila



Joined: 29 Dec 2004
Posts: 240
Location: Reno, NV

PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 9:15 am    Post subject: For Stephanie and Duke Reply with quote

I have no words of wisdom.
Really haven't much to say.
I weep for my friend Stephanie
And for Duke who's gone today.

My heart is heavy as I
Look at my Jennie
Who's done so well today.
We sit together, put our paws together
And for Stephanie and Duke we pray.

If you are of a mind, please send your prayers and healing energy to Stephanie for the passing of her beloved boy. Duke was finally put on intravenous Ampho, but it didn't save him. May he rest in peace.
Sheila

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