Your welcome! I know it's so hard when our furbabies aren't feeling well and can't "tell" us. Hopefully there is a specific forum for your baby's issue. Vets are certainly wonderful but they can also be very confusing to us owners when they have conflicting choices of treatments. That's why finding those that are going thru it helped me so much. Have you gone to any specialists for this at any of the vet hospitals if you have one in your area? I've had to go a few times, to see a doggie dermatologist, oncologist and now a neurologist....one of my boy's now has a genetic disc disease in his cervical area. It's very upsetting, he's only 4. But hopefully we've caught it early and can have a successful treatment. Take care, and keep us posted! Teresa ; )
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