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My dog has a hernia

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/28/2012 03:50 AM
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My dog has a hernia
diagnosed 2 months ago...saving for the operation, Im concerned with the local vet, he seemed like a nut on speed drugs,about creamed himself when he said it, as he said it was rare and called in his assistants and was all excited.. gonna try to find one more professional, probably cost more but my buddy is worth it...
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11/28/2012 04:04 AM
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Re: My dog has a hernia
my mom has 1, they first told her u can't have surgery for that and she'll be fine with it. now they said she can get it removed. yea maybe more serious for dogs hope ur dog is ok!
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11/28/2012 04:10 AM
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Re: My dog has a hernia
my mom has 1, they first told her u can't have surgery for that and she'll be fine with it. now they said she can get it removed. yea maybe more serious for dogs hope ur dog is ok!
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He is still a happy go lucky guy....just moans alot when he lies down...I dunno if it is painful or just uncomfortable...Vet said it is rare in dogs..
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11/28/2012 04:25 AM

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diagnosed 2 months ago...saving for the operation, Im concerned with the local vet, he seemed like a nut on speed drugs,about creamed himself when he said it, as he said it was rare and called in his assistants and was all excited.. gonna try to find one more professional, probably cost more but my buddy is worth it...
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Good luck with finding a good vet my friend. I hope your four legged family member makes a speedy recovery. I hate it when vets get excited like that. Is it a first for them or are they looking at the tasty bill afterwards. 11 years of vet visits with my first boy ( he had a intussusception ) thousands of dollars later and every cent was worth it. The first vet told me he wouldn1t live past 5 months old. Had him for 11.5 yrs. Damn I loved that dog . Best of luck to you and you baby !
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11/28/2012 04:25 AM
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Re: My dog has a hernia
Its very painful..get a second opinion if you can..im sure there is more than one vet...

Ask some local people..


In the mean time..make him as comfy as you can..hernia really cant be fixed without surgery.

Will probably be expensive..unfortunately..could also be twisted intestine..etc..wont know without xray.


Im sorry your baby is having the troubles.
Do not read this sentence.
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11/28/2012 04:27 AM

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Re: My dog has a hernia
OP, here is a link of the different types of hernias dogs can get. I hope it helps [link to www.whatprice.co.uk]
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11/28/2012 11:00 AM
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Re: My dog has a hernia
It is a Perineal Dog Hernia, I called a better vet today in another town,Been to him before with another dog years ago, He Is a Ohio State Grad so I'm comfortable with his Knowledge, The Secretary said he just did one a few weeks ago and estimated 850....The Local vet wanted 500...I have a exam appointment Tuesday for Bear with the OSU guy... They are gonna have to Neuter him also...Poor Guy.
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11/28/2012 11:08 AM
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My little boy had hernias....he had surgery for the first one then I noticed something not quite right a couple of months later and then he needed surgery the other side of his groin......all before he was 3 , the first one was quite big and would sink down into his scrotum which would go black....he would cry a lot and refuse to walk , I was told to lay him down and hold his legs up so it could go "back"....yep it did work but obviously before the surgery it would then recur when he got up and walked /ran about....its a hole in the stomach wall and the intestines work their way through and cause the swelling.....pretty tough situation for little kids and dogs which both like to run about .....if finances are tight why not contact an animal charity to see if they will help you with the cost to get your dog fixed......and I d definitely go to a different vet , it would piss me off if a vet was creaming in his pants over my dogs condition....
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11/28/2012 11:08 AM
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How much does he bench?
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11/28/2012 12:08 PM
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My little boy had hernias....he had surgery for the first one then I noticed something not quite right a couple of months later and then he needed surgery the other side of his groin......all before he was 3 , the first one was quite big and would sink down into his scrotum which would go black....he would cry a lot and refuse to walk , I was told to lay him down and hold his legs up so it could go "back"....yep it did work but obviously before the surgery it would then recur when he got up and walked /ran about....its a hole in the stomach wall and the intestines work their way through and cause the swelling.....pretty tough situation for little kids and dogs which both like to run about .....if finances are tight why not contact an animal charity to see if they will help you with the cost to get your dog fixed......and I d definitely go to a different vet , it would piss me off if a vet was creaming in his pants over my dogs condition....
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This type of hernia is bulging one side of his Butt,When he barks you can see it really bulge out...My stepfather said he would foot the bill as he really likes Bear,Yea, That 1st vet really makes me nervous, He seemed like he was on speed...Here is a Pic of Bear, he is Chow/Shepard and a hell of a good dog...


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