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plum_krazy

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About plum_krazy

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  1. If this were my dog, I would find another vet and get another opinion. If she were to be spayed correctly, the surgeon could re-tie/position the bladder and eliminate both problems. Your girl is in for more infections and bladder damage by dragging her insides out. I am NOT a vet, but I would definitely get a 2nd opinion. And yes, I do understand not having $$ to spend for major bills, but perhaps you can get this performed at a near-by vet or animal hospital that has those spay/neuter clinics for a tremendous discount.
  2. My friend!! Good to see you here ♥

  3. Hi Wayne, Ekko and Lenny! ☺

  4. My greyhound did the very same thing. Her discharge was clear. There was not sign of a UTI. However our vet prescribed an antibiotic for her inflamed gums, and after the course of anti-biotics were done, the mysterious discharge went away as well. Perhaps in treating one end, we cured the other. PrettyGirl had been off the track only about 6 weeks.
  5. I am so sorry about your loss. :f_red
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