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    AWWWWWWWWdorable.....Puppy fever after seeing all those puppies
    Pets are forever

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    What is it with public holidays and tips?
    They don't go together very well
    Checked her wound this morning it's all fine but she has what I'm guessing is mastitis?
    Very swollen rock hard and sore in 3 glands she's just let pups feed ( don't know if they r getting anything anymore) and it was clearly very unpleasant for her I checked her glands yesterday and they were fine
    I don't know what I'm meant to do the funds are well and truly ran out now

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    Crap again! Hot packs and massage is best.

    Vitamin C if you have it. It's not always infection, sometimes just impaction, and if you can clear the blocked ducts you can clear it up easily without vet help.

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    What a day!! Woke up this morning to one of the pups limping badly I have no idea what has happened got it straight to vet she said she dosnt think it's broken and it seems to be more sore in the paw itself so maybe it got it stuck somewhere thru the night or tips stode on it? Can't afford $180 for a X-ray to see vet said its not in a great deal of pain and to just isolate it from other pups and let it rest for a week then see how it's going...
    Toke tips to vet as well she has mastitis and has been put back on more antibiotics..
    Toke both pups with lumps on their faces to vet as well today after a week of antibiotics it's no improving at all vet said it looks like ring worm now so putting cream on them and washing them daily
    The complications are truly never ending

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    Far out Liss, did you run over a black cat or somthing ??
    I swear your jinxed.

    Hope it all goes better for you and the dogs soon.


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    Erm... has 'the proud father' actually meanwhile offered to help out financially?

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    I'm really feeling for you Liss.
    I just can't belive the bad luck you have had.

    I've said it before, but I'm hoping the worst is behind you, & things starting looking up for you very soon.


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    Thanks guys can only get better gotta focus on the good and that is that we are so grateful and lucky to have our beautiful girl with us here it's so nice to have her normal gorgeous self back in the home

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    How are Tips and the pups today, Liss?

    Ringworm sucks. I got foster cats with ringworm. Next I got it, my daughter got it, and the neighbour's kid and one of our friends! Then I got Banjo who got a really bad case of it. Then my friend's new foster dog got it too and got banned from training at the RSPCA for a few weeks! But now all animals and humans are clear of it, even our latest foster cat who I didn't even treat (she only had some tiny spots when she arrived). I gave Banjo a two week course of tablets, but I doubt you could give that to such young pups. I also put the stronger human anti-fungal cream on her spots. Sorry, can't remember what it's called, but it was kept behind the counter at the chemist. It did take a few weeks before the spots were gone. Poor thing looked quite ugly for a while with all those big scabs on her face.

    I do think there are different strands of ringworm, and some are more potent than others. My cat had it once years ago and he only got one spot and no one else got it. But it is supposed to affect young animals more...

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