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|09-25-2015 10:43 AM|
tooth pain can also occur to bite the pain, that is, the harder bite of the toy. bite Helpers said that the bites really hard through the sleeve, does not want to remove. |
M1 cracked, tooth inflammation with pus. ate well, bitten trainings well, Removal was sticky.
a small swelling under the eye led to the trail of pain
|11-03-2014 10:57 PM|
|11-02-2014 09:56 PM|
Originally Posted by MydobeJake View Post
What diagnostics has your vet done with Jake, so far?
|11-02-2014 09:49 PM|
Hi, brand new to the forum. My 10 mos old Dobe Jake has been limping on his right front leg. It started about 2 mos ago. 1st time it lasted about 1 week then went away. Friend said it was growing pains and it will go away and it did. Well, it is back and he has been limping for 3 days. Not as active as norm. Has had all shots and has been neutered. Very concerned after reading on the forum about "Speedy's" dobe passed from cancer after found limping. has anyone else had this issue with theirs? p |
|11-30-2013 01:25 AM|
Thanks for the great tips I will follow that and take care of that for my dogs. |
|10-31-2013 11:32 PM|
I have been going through the past while. |
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|09-25-2013 03:52 AM|
I told them to look at her teeth and they suggested followup. Five extractions and you can understand why she might have been trying to tell me something. |
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|02-21-2013 05:23 PM|
Originally Posted by jessewills View Post
|02-01-2013 01:38 AM|
Pay attention to these signs, they mean something.
|01-24-2013 10:26 PM|
|loverpuppy13||Interesting topic, I truly appreciate your good insight about this topic. Thank you guys for sharing!|
|08-05-2012 09:39 PM|
Signs of pain/Hepatitis
My "forever pup" 6-yr old Baily, was just diagnosed with hepatitis yesterday. Jaundice suddenly appeared in the morning, results will confirm for sure tomorrow. However, after reality sunk in, my very first question has been, when will we know if/when she is in pain. I'm scared I will not know when she has had enough. I can still use a lot of help in this area.
The tears are hard to control as I just realized she has had small signs for a long time...shivering, slight loss of appetite (I thought she became a picky eater), weight loss. She is still acting normal, loves play time, exercise normal and watch out if you say "car ride". However, her reaction is a little slower and mature, now that she is almost 6. Hmmmm, feeling very naive right now.
I can't thank you enough for sharing this information. Our family is very concerned and will definately try treament while watching for signs of pain. Beyond our own selfishness, we want to do what is right for the "best damn dog" we have ever had. This is my second dog ever (dobe's of course), my husband has always had dobe's since he was young, no exceptions
I never knew the heart can grow so fond of a furry 4-legged, melt your heart with a tilt of a head (you know...the funny head tilt that makes you giggle), dog that shows every one of us what unconditional love is.
Again, thank you.
|12-08-2011 06:20 PM|
|sam&macksmom||bump, for educational purposes, of course|
|08-22-2011 05:15 PM|
|SoCalGirl||I've read this before, but I'm glad I reread it, with what has been going on with Elke. Good tips to watch for.|
|07-27-2011 07:57 PM|
|Maximo||RFR, I know that this is an older post, but I just read it. It's very informative...Thanks so much for taking the time to type this information.|
|06-30-2011 11:46 AM|
Now that EmilyB saw and posted, I have seen it too! |
Great sticky to start RFR!
And believe me, this isn't the only site where owners come on asking for health advice when it is CLEAR the dog should have been at a vet.
|06-30-2011 11:43 AM|
I hadn't seen this before....wonderful sticky! |
|06-30-2011 10:27 AM|
Originally Posted by reddobes View Post
|12-31-2010 05:29 AM|
|kim6104||My dog shows pain by a very small wince on her lips. She doesn't move away from the touch. You could easily miss it if you weren't looking at her face. She loves to play frisbee but doesn't know how to catch it. So she waits for it to hit the ground and roll, and grabs it while running by, full speed. I think because she turns her head while grabbing it, it must strain her upper shoulder muscle. That's the only things I can come up with for this shoulder pain. I notice her wince even when we gently touch a certain area. Took her to the vet and he confirmed that small wince means pain and gave her some meds. But she still begs for frisbee. We try to limit it and throw the ball now and then.|
|09-29-2010 10:53 PM|
|avalonandon||This is priceless info and so humane. Im gonna post this on facebook for all my friends.|
|09-29-2010 10:45 PM|
|Zoeberry||When I worked in an animal hospital, I can't tell you how many times people would say "he's limping but he doesn't seem to be in pain." Dogs typically do not fake anything. Why else would he be limping?|
|08-17-2010 10:48 AM|
Originally Posted by Adara View Post
|08-17-2010 10:32 AM|
This is a great post. I just wanted to add one more thing which is what made my decision to go to the ER vet for Flirt's obstruction. She's eaten random things in the past and we've always been able to watch her at home and she's thrown them up. I do call my regular vet to walk me through and check gums, etc. |
The big indicator for me she was sick was that she laid down in "odd" places. Places I've NEVER seen her relax before. A corner behind a couch and then another corner behind our coffee table. I raced to change out of my pjs and off to the ER vet we went.
Basically KNOW YOUR DOG. It can save your dog's life. That's how I knew my previous Dobe was bloating and that Flirt was in major trouble this time. If you aren't sure, just GO to the vet.
|08-16-2010 09:32 PM|
Ok, as usual I am late to the party but this is an excellent post. |
|07-15-2010 12:25 AM|
Oh wow, what a great list. Even though I read dogs pretty well and know what a dog in distress looks like, these facts are written down in black and white, and if you guys are anything like me, I like to double check my facts when one of my dogs is just - not right. My dog and horse library is obscene. |
Thanks again Karen, and everyone else, I just added this thread as a favorite page on my Google homepage.
|07-15-2010 12:04 AM|
|bean||GI = Gastrointestinal.|
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