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Old 01-15-2013, 09:38 PM
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She is suffering with her mouth. She was up all night & won't let me brush her mouth. She yelps when I try. I've called the holistic vet yesterday to let them know what's going on, but this was before she started yelping. They weren't in today, so tomorrow I'll call to hopefully bring her in. I have a new prescription of Baytril that was given to me for her past UTI, but I never used it. I'm wondering if now is the time? I hope I can take her tomorrow, weather permitting. It's icy here.
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Sounds terrible poor Midgie ! I hope that you post her when you figure out what is going on with her.
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Poor Midgie! Maybe she has an infected tooth or oral sore that's bugging her? I wouldn't give any meds without the vet looking her over first (mainly because it's possible you could end up masking some of the symptoms.) If she still has any appetite, you can offer her something frozen; an ice cube, carrot, etc. as it will help numb her gums and teeth if they are bothering her. Please keep us posted on the little darling!!
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Thinking of you girls, hope it's not serious and baby girl is back to herself in no time.

Let us know how the vet goes. Be careful on those icy roads Lisa!
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I would not use the Baytril until you see the Vet. Whatever they want to put her on might not agree with Baytril. Maybe put an ice cube in a clean sock and let her chew on it to help soothe the mouth?
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I'm so sorry to hear your Angel is not feeling well. Please let us know what you find out. Bless her little heart. I know it's stressful when they are sick or in pain. Our thoughts are with you. xxxxx
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I would not use the Baytril until you see the Vet. Whatever they want to put her on might not agree with Baytril. Maybe put an ice cube in a clean sock and let her chew on it to help soothe the mouth?
Thanks Huly!! That's just what I was thinking. I had discussed using the Baytril with the vet & the assistant thought it would be ok, but I'm holding off until they can see her for themselves & judge if she really needs it, plus they said they give her some kind of immune boosting pill if she has to take the antibiotics.
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Thanks Huly!! That's just what I was thinking. I had discussed using the Baytril with the vet & the assistant thought it would be ok, but I'm holding off until they can see her for themselves & judge if she really needs it, plus they said they give her some kind of immune boosting pill if she has to take the antibiotics.
Exactly as that can tear her stomach up too
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