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My dog (2yrs) had diarrhea and was vomiting. I took him to his vet and the dog injected 2 meds and prescribed Metronidazole 250mg to be taken daily w/food (full stomach). The vet said to give him babyfood till he's better. Once my dog started eating the babyfood, I gave him his 1st pill. However, I haven't given him the 2nd dosage because my dog won't eat or drink water. He has a lil diarrhea and is going frequently although it's not much what he excretes. My question: can & should I cont to give Metronidazole on an empty stomache? He's lost his appetite and I worry of giving the med cause of this.

Owner experiences with HOD on the berner-l yahoo list are thankfully limited.
Cathy Burlile posted a discussion of HOD from Dr. Fred S. Jacobs DVM (CA, USA) in which he recommended an aggressive treatment with diminishing doses of cortisone-type drugs in order to avoid the limb deformities caused by the severe cases. He also uses a drug called Dyprone to help reduce any fever.
Sue Brightman posted a summary of the October 1995 Alpenhorn article by Elena Smith in which a similar course of bed rest and diminishing doses of prednisone are recommended for treatment.

Gentamicin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic, is a highly effective topical treatment for bacterial infections of the skin. In vitro , gentamicin is bactericidal against a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria isolated from domestic animals. 1,2 Specifically, gentamicin is active against the following organisms isolated from canine skin: Alcaligenes sp., Citrobacter sp., Klebsiella sp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa , indole-positive and negative Proteus sp., Escherichia coli , Enterobacter sp., Staphylococcus sp., and Streptococcus sp.

Cribbing can be corrected in many cases through surgical intervention, especially when nonsurgical management is unsuccessful. Surgery involves partial removal of two muscles and resection of a nerve that supplies a third muscle. Consequently, "wind sucking" becomes impossible for the horse. The Atlanta Equine Clinic has experienced very good success in treating cribbers through surgical intervention. To find out more, please call the office.

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Cribbing can be corrected in many cases through surgical intervention, especially when nonsurgical management is unsuccessful. Surgery involves partial removal of two muscles and resection of a nerve that supplies a third muscle. Consequently, "wind sucking" becomes impossible for the horse. The Atlanta Equine Clinic has experienced very good success in treating cribbers through surgical intervention. To find out more, please call the office.

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