Riverhound Posted July 8, 2016 Share Posted July 8, 2016 Freaking dogs chased a cat and hopped the little fence into my vegetable garden the other day. Joe tweaked his right front leg, badly. He was getting around on three legs nicely until this morning, but now his left hind leg is going. He wants to be active and do things, and tries to bounce every time he thinks something good may happen. We're keeping him off the couch, I made a ghetto ramp out of a door for the steps off the porch, and he's not going upstairs. Tramadol does not make him blotto. Xanax is good, but I'm wondering if the horrible immobilizing properties of Ace might make it useful right now. Has anyone done anything like this before? It's kind of like giving benedryl to a baby on a plane... I know that "we" don't like Ace for greyhounds. I tried it on him once and hated it. He's thunder phobic, so I wouldn't give it when a storm is coming. I also don't want him out of his head when we aren't around. Anyone have ideas? Quote Masterful Joe and Naughty N Nice Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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