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This poor dog

Just got back from a trip to the Emerg vet, and $219 later (for a consult, and shot of metacam), we're home and still don't really know what's up.

I took him out for a pee about 2 hrs ago, he was fine, walking beside me on the leash. Out of nowhere he let out a yelp, then nothing, when we got in the door he started SCREAMING. I washed his foot, and had a look...nothing, felt up and down the leg, everything felt normal. In the car we went, and off to the vet. She could find nothing that she felt warranted doing xrays, he puts weight on it, and by the time we got there was just slightly limping, and whining slightly. No reaction to any manipulating that she did. So he got a shot of metacam, and if he isn't improved 90% in the morning I'm to take him to our vet for xrays.

We talked briefly about pano, but I got the feeling she didn't think that is it. Even after all my years as a tech pano isn't something I've got a ton of experience with, so I'm not sure whether I agree or not with her. Anyway, he's curled up on the couch sleeping now. Here's hoping he's better come morning, but if not he will get to go in and see his very favorite vet at our clinic.
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Front leg, or back?

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Whoops, crucial bit of info there! Front left leg. Hind leg would have had me instantly thinking ACL.
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Growing pains?
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Growing pains?
I got the feeling she didn't think so. He was literally screaming, he screamed the whole way there (30 mins drive). He has a pretty high pain threshold so the screaming really concerned me, but I suppose it could be. She was very thorough in her exam, and not once did he react to her, yet he still limped slightly and was whiny.
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I have nothing other than sympathy to offer, but I have lots of that. Hopefully it's nothing major and all better by tomorrow.

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I too hope it is nothing serious and that the NSAIDs kick in for little guy!

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Thanks, he is sleeping soundly on a pillow on the couch so the metacam is definitely working. Hopefully it was something minor and he was just being over dramatic (the kids have been extra dramatic lately, maybe he was just trying to fit in ). All joking aside, a vet visit tomorrow would suck. I would have to take both kids too...2 kids with autism and an injured puppy, I guess I will find out just how talented I am if it comes down to that lol. Thankfully, my vet is like 2 mins away, and they are really good, I just hope it doesn't come to that. Poor baby, this is his 2nd visit in a week (that mystery lump on his cheek is almost gone by the way).
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REALLY! Almost gone. Are the whiskers coming back?

That would suck. Hopefully, your third kid gives you a break!
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I have no experience with kids, autistic or otherwise, but as far as the frequent vet visits go I can commiserate. My vet has actually offered to put up a cot for me in the past so I didn't have to drive back and forth all the time . I do have a vet appointment tomorrow myself. But at least I can crate my two other kids while I'm gone and nobody is going to call the cops on me for doing it.

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REALLY! Almost gone. Are the whiskers coming back?
Yeah, it's almost gone, just a very small (still hard ish) lump there. I would say it's 1/4 of the size it was orginally. Nope, no whiskers coming back yet. I will let you know.
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But at least I can crate my two other kids while I'm gone and nobody is going to call the cops on me for doing it.
This part literally just made me LOL. My boyfriend was just joking around with me saying "yeah I guess you can't just crate them, and take Bruce in can you?!"

The good thing is that my son likes going to the vet, and as long as I take some kind of treat for my daughter she handles it pretty well (she doesn't tend to handle doctors offices, dentists, vets etc very well, but some M&Ms and stickers while we're there help big time).
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I feel for you.....and your pup. Vet visits suck. I hope you find out what the problem is/was. Please keep us updated.
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What, you're not supposed to crate the kids? Um I mean...nothing to see here, move along. >.>

I hope it was just dramatic screaming and nothing serious.


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I absolutely will keep everyone updated He is still sleeping, I'm sure he will have to pee soon. Good thing he is still small enough to carry (32lbs now), as he isn't to do stairs or anything and there are a few steps off our porch. He has woken up briefly and wagged his nub at me but that's about it. I feel for the little guy, he's been to the vet a lot in his 14 weeks.
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Thanks, he is sleeping soundly on a pillow on the couch so the metacam is definitely working. Hopefully it was something minor and he was just being over dramatic (the kids have been extra dramatic lately, maybe he was just trying to fit in ). All joking aside, a vet visit tomorrow would suck. I would have to take both kids too...2 kids with autism and an injured puppy, I guess I will find out just how talented I am if it comes down to that lol. Thankfully, my vet is like 2 mins away, and they are really good, I just hope it doesn't come to that. Poor baby, this is his 2nd visit in a week (that mystery lump on his cheek is almost gone by the way).
Hmm, in the spirit of this new game show: Why the Scream?

I'll guess imbedded foreign object (or undiscovered puncture or laceration) in the foot tissues. If he's not painful at any of the joints, or palpation of the leg, and it's only weight-bearing that brings on the screamies, that's my hunch.

Sprained carpal, maybe, but you'd think vet would have been able to elicit pain.

You might wind up thinking RFR was laughing at ya, trying to punk you, but try soaking that foot in warm sea salt water (or epsom salts if you don't have sea salt--you know this if you tech) and just see what happens.

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I was actually planning on doing an Epsom salt soak in the morning ( he's sleeping comfy, I don't want to wake him). I will be sure to update. Thanks RFR I always appreciate your posts!

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Quick update. He slept all night, and woke up for a pee when the boyfriend got up. I got up to see how he was, and he was all wiggly and happy to see me. He is a super lazy, sleep in kinda dog in the morning so I brought him to bed with me after he went out to have some cuddle time, and keep him quiet (that's gonna be fun *sigh*). He seems totally himself, no limping, no whining, just curled up on my pillow; but that could still be the metacam.
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I wish you luck, and find the reason for his painful outburst.

For some reason, I thought nerve pinch, or damage.

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I was thinking along the same line as Red Fawn something imbedded, toe injury(Roxy just had one removed) splinter? Hope everything continues to go well.
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I was thinking along the same line as Red Fawn something imbedded, toe injury(Roxy just had one removed) splinter? Hope everything continues to go well.
^^^Terrifying ambiguity!

Roxy just had a splinter removed...or a toe?!

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I was thinking the same thing. Poor Roxy! Hope it was a sliver and not a toe.

I would be concerned also. I had a lab who was a drama-king, but only at the vet. Doc would lift an ear flap to looksee and Max would holler like he was being tortured with hot pokers. He had a stressor though, he was at the vet (where he was certain they BBQ'd dogs for fun).

Your story doesn't seem to have any out of the ordinary stressors, so I would say something was ouchy.

Like the epsom or sea salt idea. Can't hurt and you just might encourage something to work its way out.

Good luck. Poor punkin.

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Hope he does not have another pain 'episode'.

i was thinking the same thoughts as DogsR4Life.

because.........

i am pretty good about 'taking' pain from just about any owie you can think of.........but .....nerve pain will make me want to scream.....and not just a yelp...........a good long scream of pain.

so i can just imagine it could make a dog scream in pain too.



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