How to treat weepy tumor on my dogs side
He is collie & golden,about 14, had him 11 yrs, was rescue.Over 4 years & 3 different vets told a small growth size of pea not to worry as very few are cancerous,said no need to worry.There 3 tiny pin holes that leaked very, never seemed to bother him, on his side above front leg, weighs 50 lbs.Weight stayed same last few years. 3 months ago took to vet as hair was so matted from fluid it had to be cut to see tumor and nicked him with shears.Now has erupted to size 3",vet asked about putting him down.Had 2nd opinion, both put him on antibiotics. infec smells awful, now using aloe plant I have.
You need to take this dog to a different veterinarian in case it could be sewn up. I don't even know if aloe is safe for a dog.
by suncat 2 years ago
hubpages.com/question/114075/have-you-ever-had-to-treat-staph-infection-any-natural-remedies-what-worksI asked a question there, but you can only answer a question once. So i'm posting this here now.
by booycat 7 years ago
My cat is unable to walk in a straight line and his head in moving from side to side uncontrollably.About 5 weeks ago my cat was involved in a fight, when another cat got into his yard. We took him to the vet where they gave him antibiotics and pain relief.We have noticed this evening that when he...
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