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Our Boxer will soon be 14, she has lost her hearing, we have a younger dog she used to play with a lot & that is a rare sight now. She is drinking tons of water, I hear her drinking all through the night which leads me to believe she has diabetes. She having a lot of accident mostly peeing before I wake up. She is getting very unstable on her legs and she often will go in another room away from our younger dog that has been her buddy for 6 years now. I am disabled so the money it tight with all my doctor, Dentist & Eye surgeon. It is really breaking my heart that I cannot afford a lot of Vet bills also but I am really having a rough time with the idea of making that final decision to have her put down. I’ve never had to put a dog down before, the few I’ve had have went on their own. My husband started last night putting their water up on the counter which worries me because if she didn’t need all the water she’s drinking she wouldn’t be drinking it. I just need to know what anyone else would do? She’s made it past the normal lifespan of a Boxer but I am really stuggling here making the decision that’s it her time to go.

The number of players who have admitted using steroids in a confidential survey conducted by the NCAA since the 1980s has dropped from percent in 1989 to percent in 2003. [5] During the 2003 season, there were over 7,000 drug tests, with just 77 turning up as positive test results. [5] Scukanec claims that methods were used to get around the drug testing, whether it be avoiding the tests by using the drugs during the off-season, or flushing the drugs out of your system. This was used with a liquid he referred to as the "pink." [5] He stated:

Anabolic steroids increase the production of red blood cells, which increases the amount of circulating oxygen and promotes tissue growth. Testosterone, made by the testes, is a naturally-occurring anabolic steroid. Synthetic anabolic steroids are similar to testosterone, but they don’t have as many masculinizing effects. Anabolic steroids are used to treat chronic, non-regenerative anemia in pets. They also are used to increase muscle mass, improve body weight and condition in older dogs and restore weight and body condition in animals after surgery or debilitating disease.

Hello, Christy,
Activated charcoal can act as an adsorbent (kind of a "chemical sponge") to bind toxins in the gut. If you use a preparation that is safe for people and use a smaller dose, it should be harmless.
If the problem was an insect sting, I doubt that there are any toxins in the gut that the charcoal would help with.
So many times we are unable to determine the source of the allergen.
Kenalog is a long-acting corticosteroid (cortisone) injection that stays in the body for weeks, where the dexamethasone lasts only a couple of days.
Antihistamines like benadryl are often helpful for something like an insect sting, even though most dogs don't get much relief from them in regard to allergic itching.

My dog has been on Prednisone for GME since last July.  I am worried now that he's showing signs of Cushing's disease.  His prescribed dose has gone up and down and they have even added Cyclosporine with no visible benefit.  He's gotten Cytarabine shots every 6 weeks as well.  I'm determined to find alternative therapy because he can't be on prednisone for the rest of his life.  When we recently brought him in for a digestive problem, they thought his GME had progressed and basically gave us pain meds to keep him comfortable until we were ready to put him down.  They thought he was at death's door.  Well, since he's been home, he's better but I want more.  I'm looking into herbal medicine and acupuncture because I don't believe this is the best quality of life he's going to have.  I believe he's at the point where the Pred is hurting more than helping and there must be alternatives.

My chocolate lab just received the Lyme disease vaccination and less than an hour later had three grand mal seizures in a row. We rushed him back to the vet where he was in the process of seizing when we arrived. They gave him valium and then came to talk to my husband and I. The first thing out of the vets mouth was I think he was just overly stressed from his recent office visit or this could be the first of idiopathic epilepsy. Ok I’m a nurse and have been a long time. So I stopped her and said no this is a reaction and sure enough she said it wasn’t. I said yes it is call the company. I go back tomorrow to pick up my other dogs antibiotics and I’m going to insist on a copy of the report to the manufacturer. When I asked what to do next she sent me home with a dose of valium and told me if he seizes again to bring him back. Is there anything else I can do to reverse the vaccine???

Dog got steroid shot

dog got steroid shot

Hello, Christy,
Activated charcoal can act as an adsorbent (kind of a "chemical sponge") to bind toxins in the gut. If you use a preparation that is safe for people and use a smaller dose, it should be harmless.
If the problem was an insect sting, I doubt that there are any toxins in the gut that the charcoal would help with.
So many times we are unable to determine the source of the allergen.
Kenalog is a long-acting corticosteroid (cortisone) injection that stays in the body for weeks, where the dexamethasone lasts only a couple of days.
Antihistamines like benadryl are often helpful for something like an insect sting, even though most dogs don't get much relief from them in regard to allergic itching.

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