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|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 4:52am On Jun 10|
Walexz02:You're always welcome, unfortunately there is no drug to kill the worm inside the body, it was found that it would cause more harm if the worm is killed inside the body without allowing it come out, so I'll advice you to change location, preferably indoors for now then keep removing, if your not convient with the groundnut oil you can use palm oil as I advised you. Which area do you stay in Ibadan? so that I'll help you make inquiries. I hope this helps!!
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 4:54am On Jun 10|
Skinkerjnr:Good morning sir, you can be feeding her cereals and milk. Then as she grows older you can start gradually start introducing her to rice etc
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by treasurevee9(f): 8:21am On Jun 10|
Good morning. The vet came around this morning and placed her on drip, injections and drug.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 10:08am On Jun 10|
treasurevee9:Excellent ma, please what was the name of the injection/drip (drug) and their purpose? This may help guide us in future.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by Walexz02(m): 11:26am On Jun 10|
seunH:Thank you very much . I live around orita challenge area. Odo Ona elewe precisely
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by treasurevee9(f): 12:15pm On Jun 10|
The drip is ciproflaxocin but i don't know abt the drug and injection. She will be on drip for 3days. I think it should be an antibiotics
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 2:37pm On Jun 10|
treasurevee9:Excellent ma, we are on point!!
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 2:41pm On Jun 10|
Walexz02:I'll see what I can do, don't worry
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by aydultimate7(m): 9:09pm On Jun 10|
Please,i have 3 questions to ask you...1,how can i prevent dog-lice from my dog? 2,what is the name of the dog injection that will make any dog bite to be harmless? 3,if dog lick human body,is it harmful?
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 12:34pm On Jun 11|
aydultimate7:Good afternoon sir and sorry for the delay. On number 1, you should ensure your environment is clean with no hidden areas and damp free, you can also get Fipronil® spray too and apply it on your dog periodically. On number 2, such drug does not exist, the only thing you can do is to vaccinate your dog against rabies, but still avoid dog bites because of germs in your dog's mouth. On number 3, it's not advisable also because of the reason above. I hope this helps!!!
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by Southbeach: 4:53pm On Jun 11|
Pls I av a couple of questions/concerns abt my dog.
I have a female samoyed/Eskimo dog, it's been 6month since her first heat(january). People keep telling me she ought to have come on her 2nd before now. I just want to know if this is normal or something could be wrong.
2ndly, her furs keeps falling off everytime. I dont know what I can do to remedy this.
3rdly, what nutritional meals/diet would you recommend, I want her to grow bigger than she is right now.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by BOOKWORMLUX(m): 5:11pm On Jun 11|
Please a local dog in our house is having ticks all over its body.
Please how do we get rid of them?
Any drug, spray or anything to do please?
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 6:32pm On Jun 11|
Southbeach:Good evening sir, on the first question, I'll advice you to be patient, you're still on track and there is no cause for alarm but be observant all the same. On the second question, it could be a skin condition like ectoparasitic infestation or any condition that can irritate the skin. On the last question, just simply give food rich in protein and calories also supplement with fruits and vegetables like carrots and spinach. Please don't hesitate to ask further questions, for areas you aren't clear, I hope this helps!!!
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 6:34pm On Jun 11|
BOOKWORMLUX:Good evening sir, you can get Fipronil® spray and apply in addition get cypermetrin dip which is also effective. I hope this helps
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by dominique(f): 9:27am On Jun 13|
Hello, what are a dog's chances of surviving parvovirus? What home treatment can one give before taking to the vet?
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by uc22223333111(m): 9:44am On Jun 13|
Good morning, my dog stopped eating indomie, I was told egg is not good for her cuz it causes worn, how true is this?
And what can I feed her with? I’m new in this, she’s my first pet…thank you vet…
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by Southbeach: 12:18pm On Jun 13|
seunH:Thanks alot doc.
One last thing,
Pls what your take on super-apeti tabs for dogs as a measure of making them eat?
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 12:26pm On Jun 13|
dominique:Good morning ma, and I'm sorry for the late response. Drs say parvovirus is 50/50, but from experience, I personally believe if detected early, the prognosis is quite good. For now, I'll advice you to hydrate your dog, keep your dog calm and be calm yourself, isolate and avoid contact with other dogs pending your visit to the Vet. Please update on any development, I'll be on standby. Sorry once more for the condition
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by dominique(f): 12:57pm On Jun 13|
Thanks doc. I'm afraid it wasn't discovered early. I've been seeing some drops of blood on the floor for over a week now but I dismissed it as the females having their period (there are 3 females and one male btw). It was yesterday that we discovered that one of the females was not eating, all the food forced into her mouth was vomited almost immediately, then she passed very watery bloody poo this morning. It was when I googled the symptoms that I saw she most likely has parvo (she wasn't vaccinated at birth ). Now she has lost so much weight and can no longer move. I've searched for vets around my area using Google maps but my husband thinks it's something he can handle. Can such case be effectively treated at home?
She has already been isolated from the others since yesterday when we discovered something ain't right with her and we have been keeping her hydrated by forcing water into her mouth using a syringe. Anything other than water that goes into her mouth gets vomited immediately. Does ORS work for dogs?
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 1:33pm On Jun 13|
uc22223333111:Good morning sir, on the first point, NO, there is no relationship between eating egg and worm infestation, it's just "old wives tales". On the second point, depending on her age, her food should be rich in protein, vitamin and carbohydrates, in the manner I arranged them. Rice garnished with carrots is good. Meat, Fish, Eggg etc are also excellent sources of protein. I hope this helps!!!
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 1:43pm On Jun 13|
dominique:We need to treat this urgently. I'll tell you the steps to follow to preserve the life of your pup temporary while I search for a qualified Vet for you. But I won't be able to tell you here on NL since some of the drugs I'll be prescribing are controlled drugs which is unethical. Hence I'll dm my number to you, then I'll prescribe medications to you and how to administer them step by step. I'm so sorry once more.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by dominique(f): 1:54pm On Jun 13|
Thanks so much, I'll be expecting your mail.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 9:47pm On Jun 13|
Southbeach:Don't stress yourself or spend unnessessary money, vegetables and vitamins esp Bcomplex would suffice sir
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by Tarabye: 11:00pm On Jun 13|
dominique:Sister mi your IL to be (my wife) will be glad if she gets one as gift I dislike it, even though she grew up with different breed at home. She'll speak to you on phone soon
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by uc22223333111(m): 4:49am|
Thanks a lot doc. Kindly create a WhatsApp channel, a lot more easier sir.
|Re: Talk To A Veterinarian by seunH: 10:37am|
uc22223333111:I would have loved to, maybe later but I fear this thread would die a natural death which is my concern. But I would maybe later
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