I’ve been feeding a stray cat whose eyes are watering with a clear liquid as well as puss. There is also a clear discharge from his nose. I was able to get him in a cage and to the vet who gave him an antibiotic. It didn’t work and after several weeks of trying, I was able to bring him to the vet again. She diagnosed him with FIV and said his immune system was already compromised and that I should euthanize him as the most humane course. I’m having a really hard time with this. I also have another cat who is both an indoor/outdoor cat. Please let me know what you think. Thank you!!!
My 15 year old grey and white cat is believed to have a tumor in her nasal passages. She’s still spunky and lively but she’s she’s sneezing blood. Our Vet thinks it’s being caused by a tumor, and we are going to do some more testing. Over the last few months I have done some research on the use of hemp oil for curing cancer, and I see examples of it on your website. We’ve lost 2 cats to cancer and I really don’t want to lose a 3rd. I live in NY, do you know of any places that will ship it to me or any places on the east coast where I can obtain it? Any feedback would be great! I also found this hemph oil online; http://biostareq.com/formulas/anti-inflammatory/empower-hemp-seed-oil-for-dogsIn addition I would love to get involved with your mission to save all animals.
Our 14 y/o German Wirehaired Pointer was diagnosed with Vestibular Syndrome last yr. Prior to the sudden onset of this, she was chugging right along, walking 1/4 mile once or twice daily, good appetite etc. Our vet recommended putting her to sleep but my husband wouldn’t hear of it. We did intensive supportive care until her back legs began to work again. That took close to 2 months. The symptoms of her eyes darting side to side and her tongue not working properly cleared up within 8 days. By all appearances she totally recovered. Until last night when all of the symptoms came back. Is it normally seen that this syndrome returns? Our vet had told us that since she recovered that she would not ever have this again. Since she recovered completely the last time does that mean that she is likely to do so again? Your thoughts on this would be very much appreciated.
I read a report today talking about the toxic side of cannabis on pets today and was wondering your take on the issue? Do we know when it is concerned to cannabis how much is to much? I treated me dog for pancreatic cancer with the oil but like with most patients with pancreatic cancer it is found to late. But the oil made me as comfortable as possible. I would like to know for future reference as more and more pets are dying from cancer and “normal” therapy could be considered torture.
Our female dog, pepper 4yrs old, developed a sudden symptom of dripping bowel continously. It has been 2 months and we noticed recently, her right hind leg she has started to lift up as if she can’t put any strenght on it. When this started, we took her for Xrays and nothing showed. blood tests came back normal. Vets suggested to do MRI and sergury. She shows no sign of pain and is active. We’re going through real hard financial times and racked up enough vet bills and don’t know what to do. Is there such a thing as your rescue adopting and curing her?
My little daughters are devestated but don’t comprehend our financial situation. Can you help in any way?
My 8 yr old terrier mix has the exact symptoms of vestibular syndrome. Vet thought she saw a foxtail lodged way in the middle ear. But after anesthetizing him, whatever she saw is too deep for her to get too. She wonders now if it was just his own hair she saw. Also, he has a ruptured ear drum and is being treated for an ear infection but was unable to test for that b/c the guck in his ear was too deep in for her to get too. Overall his ear is clean. I get him groomed every month!
Vet told me if he isn’t better after these antibiotics, then I have to get him a CT or video otoscopy to see whether or not there is a foxtail (or foreign object) in there.
My question is, IF this is a foxtail, can a specialist get to it? If it’s in so deep, are there instruments to get to it? I suppose if it’s not a foxtail in there, then I’ll know it’s some brain issue. But to spend that much more money and then perhaps not be able to save him? I don’t know. If there is a foxtail way in there that no one can get too, I can’t imagine keeping him on pain meds 24/7. But what do I know??
He is on day 4 of antibiotics for his ear infection. I see he is stronger, but still cocks head to left & loses his balance enough times to still be concerned.
Kitty Sapphire is 2 years old and has bad litter box habits. From day one when I adopted her from the local shelter she began using the shower to urinate and defecate, and I managed to get her to use her box. Since then she sporadically uses the shower and recently began urinating on a carpet area due to stress of traveling. I don’t believe she has a UTI as she only consumes no grain moist kitty food and has water always on hand and she does get to the vet once a year. This is a frustrating problem that needs resolve rather than to continue to cover the carpet area with plastic sheeting.
A couple weeks ago my 13 year old male cat was diagnosed with an aggressive cancerous tumor on his upper intestine. I’ve seen some information online about cannabis oil helping pets with cancer. Do you have any information on how the oil should be diluted from it’s pure form, and how to much to administer? He weighs about 18 pounds. We can’t do surgery or chemo so I’m desperate to help him in any way I can.
Thank you for your recent e-alert about flea and tick control. We have used Frontline Top Spot for years since we didn’t want the stronger products, and we were satisfied with it’s flea and tick control, both of which we needed to address. However it has suddenly been discontinued and our supplier has recommended either Hartz First Defense or Fiproguard and we know nothing about these products. Could you recommend a good substitute for Frontline Top Spot for our Chow? Are the ones mentioned good choices?
Our Abysinnian boy (12 1/2) had surgery for thymoma last November and we have just learned it has returned. Surgeon has advised that if it couldn’t be removed completely during the first surgery there wouldn’t be any point repeating the surgery.
What results are we likely to get from radiotherapy?