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Dog died bleeding from mouth


Dog died bleeding from mouth

For starters:

I had recently had a spay done on my dog after I knew she was to old and I didnt want her to be in pn

She was on 1/4 of a 5mg dose of med for pn when I took her in to the vet.

After she was done and gave her a bath. She has a wound on her mouth about a half inch by a half inch and it will not heal. She kept eating but she looks like she has open wounds all over her neck. When I took her out to see my other dog they acted like they were disgusted and I had to take her home. She went from healthy to sick and passed from this afternoon when I took her home. We tried to treat her for fleas but it was too late

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Im not sure if it was the med that killed her or the fact that she ate all the medicine. I did put some milk in her belly but it was too late and she was too weak

I wouldnt put a dead dog in your bath tub just in case you missed some spots. So when you are done you wash her head, all body parts.

Then put her on the kitchen counter and let her sit there for 24 hours. She will be cooling out and I bet it will be a lot easier to fix her

If she died of internal bleeding, the wound from her stomach would have opened up. I am assuming that you are not taking your dogs to the vet? That is the worst thing you could do to a dog. The vet will bleed her out, and they can also stitch her up if needed. That has to be much worse than just letting it bleed and die.

If your dog died because of the medicine, that would have been really bad. Most people don't expect their dog to die of kidney flure. This is a common vet mistake.

If your dog died because you didn't get her to the vet in time, you can get some of her organs and put them in another dog to save.

If your dog died of internal bleeding, the wound from her stomach would have opened up. I am assuming that you are not taking your dogs to the vet? That is the worst thing you could do to a dog. The vet will bleed her out, and they can also stitch her up if needed. That has to be much worse than just letting it bleed and die.

If your dog died because of the medicine, that would have been really bad. Most people don't expect their dog to die of kidney flure. This is a common vet mistake.

If your dog died because you didn't get her to the vet in time, you can get some of her organs and put them in another dog to save.

I agree with everything you say here. I do take my dogs to the vet, I just didn't know about the meds she was given.

That is what I was afrd of. If it was internal bleeding, you didn't want to do anything to her because you don't know what you are doing. It might have been the vet that told me not to take her to the vet if I didn't want her to die.

If your dog died because you didn't get her to the vet in time, you can get some of her organs and put them in another dog to save.

I agree with everything you say here. I do take my dogs to the vet, I just didn't know about the meds she was given.

I am sure that when I die, I will be in the same spot as my dog who died. There will not be any money for funeral services and there will not be an urn or anything for me to see. I would be in the same spot as her because I just don't have the money to bury her and pay for the cremation.

I have thought about it and I know what I want. I want my vet to be cremated. I want to put my money to one purpose, buying another dog to be with. I want the other dog to have a home, food, water and love.

I would do the same thing if I was in your position. It's only a dog. We don't have many things we don't take care of. I think you are a good friend to consider her wishes.

I have thought about it and I know what I want. I want my vet to be cremated. I want to put my money to one purpose, buying another dog to be with. I want the other dog to have a home, food, water and love.

I would do the same thing if I was in your position. It's only a dog. We don't have many things we don't take care of. I think you are a good friend to consider her wishes.

Oh, I so wish I could have had my vet be cremated...he died last year and I'm not ready to sell my condo, but I'm already planning a trip to the coast next year. Maybe I will be up that way then, I'm thinking of a way to work it in. The cremation is expensive and I could certnly use all the help I can get. It's just not the way I want to do it. My vet is not like that at all!

I'm glad you talked to someone. My dog is only 18 mo and we're thinking about adopting a senior. A friend of mine suggested we go to a pet cremation place. It's expensive and it's not what we were thinking about but I guess I could go for it and then buy a puppy. Would you think that's better than adopting an older dog?

I was wondering if it would be okay to take a dog that doesn't have a home to a friend who has a house for her dogs to live in. She has some puppies who are too young to have adopted and sd she would have them, but she's having a really hard time finding a home for them. They are 11 wks old now. So I was wondering if I could take them and leave them in her house for a few weeks to find them homes?

She doesn't know how to tell me to leave them there. I know it's not a good thing to do. I just don't want to give up on these dogs and I would love to find them homes but if we can't, I don't know what to do.

Would you think it would be ok to take the dog that I found that has a broken leg and it won't be able to walk for a few weeks? I found her with her leg in a ditch so I took her home and fixed her leg and now she can't walk. My husband and I really want to find her a home but if we can't, I want to find someone to take her. I know we have to get her an appointment for a leg cast but we don't have any money so I was wondering if I could take her to a rescue or a friend for free? I already gave her water and food.

Doesn't sound like you should be making the decision about if they're getting a home or not. They need a vet to take a look at them, to figure out what is wrong and if they are well enough for you to leave them with another person.

You should be able to take them to a local rescue but they probably have to pay to get a vet to look at them and if they need shots too.

I can't decide if I want a golden retriever or a chow mix. I want one for a rescue but they are asking me to contribute to the cost.


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