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hi there, my 6 year old female black lab got into the trash yesterday while i was at work, (there wasn’t anything really bad in the trash just left over food and some papers) and when i took her out to go potty when i got home she had some very stinky loose stool. She had trouble telling if she was done pooping or not so she strained pushing for a few minutes. I felt her tummy afterwards and it was hard and slightly distended. I wanted to see if it was mostly from pushing so hard while pooping so i just had her relax and checked again later in the night. It did go down some. her stomach was softer and not distended so i figured she just contracted those muscles to much. But this morning she didn’t want to poop (she hasn’t sense the loose stool) and her stomach is sill slightly hard…. Does anyone have any ideas? or should i take her to the vet asap? She is acting mellow and not as hyper but she doesn’t act as if it hurts when i feel around her stomach. She has been whining when her neck is messed with so i had already had an apt set next week for that…. But now with her tummy too…. please help!!! she is my baby!

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I have a 6 year old Pit Bull who tore her ccl in both her back legs. This was back in December. I have had her on rimadyl and cosequin ever since. Initially, I had to sling walk her because she could not walk at all putting pressure on her back legs. She would lay down to eat and I had to carry her everywhere. She is 85 pounds. Now, in April, she has substantially improved, but is still compensating for the use of her back legs and will never fully recover without surgery. I decided to bring her to an orthopedic surgeon who suggested the TPLO surgery or the “old fashioned surgery” which is almost half the price. She said short term, the TPLO surgery has a quicker recovery period, but after 6 months post surgery, she’s not convinced that the TPLO surgery is any better than the traditional route. If it is a partial tear, she can completely tear the ligament in the future and destroy the meniscus in both back legs. I know recovery is going to be difficult, but I would like her to go back to enjoying her 3 mile walks every nite. I guess for anyone who reads this and is contemplating surgery, the best way to make a decision is to consider your dog’s lifestyle (my girl is miserable not being able to go out walking and was quite athletic) and consider the amount of money it would cost for surgery now versus meds for the rest of their lives. For me, surgery is the most cost-effective, life-changing option and I intend on going through with the traditional surgery. I will update and let you know how it goes. Paws crossed! 🙂

Our 4 yr old male has been on it as well for ear infections that won't go away. I don't like it at all. We cleaned up pee for weeks! I think he was on it for 7 days twice a day, then another 7 days once a day, then every other day for about another 7 days. I have faith in our vet, but I don't think we would put him on it again. That sounds like an especially long time. Our biggest problem with the med is that it makes him drink ALOT and in turn, pee ALOT! He is fully trained, but he peeed all over, all the time. He could stand at the door, pee and then bark. If he put him on it through the allergy season, why not trim the time of the med and then give benadryl instead. Good luck!

Bulldog lab steroids

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Our 4 yr old male has been on it as well for ear infections that won't go away. I don't like it at all. We cleaned up pee for weeks! I think he was on it for 7 days twice a day, then another 7 days once a day, then every other day for about another 7 days. I have faith in our vet, but I don't think we would put him on it again. That sounds like an especially long time. Our biggest problem with the med is that it makes him drink ALOT and in turn, pee ALOT! He is fully trained, but he peeed all over, all the time. He could stand at the door, pee and then bark. If he put him on it through the allergy season, why not trim the time of the med and then give benadryl instead. Good luck!

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