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11-28-2014 11:32 AM
mcdanfam About two months after she got better...she started having trouble again. The vet referred her to a specialist...they did catscan, biopsy, and X-rays...she did get diagnosed with MMM...we have just hit our 6 month mark on the steroid and are starting to switch the dose to 15mg every other day...so far she seems okay...I will keep you up to date...I think that she will make a full recovery....fingers crossed! Thank you for checking on her! It has been a very scary summer...haven't been on here in such a long time...
10-08-2014 03:52 PM
TerryAbi Hello, what was the result of the head tilt?
01-15-2014 01:45 PM
mcdanfam Thank you!!! We are so happy!!!


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01-15-2014 12:14 PM
huntergreen glad things are back to normal!
01-15-2014 10:06 AM
mcdanfam Back at the school playground/basketball courts and in full action mode! I agree! Homeopathy worked! :-)))
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01-15-2014 09:58 AM
carmspack HOORAY !!! -- so happy for you .
Homeopathy works .
01-15-2014 09:52 AM
mcdanfam
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I wonder if it could be Masticatory Muscle Myositis. We have a board member whose SAR dog developed this disease, and as far as I know is back to normal with medication.

Masticatory Muscle Myositis
Knowing people who's dog have this....did their dog recover and get sick again....? I guess what I am trying to ask, did they look like they were better and than feel bad again? Just wondering if we should have this blood test just to be on the side of caution??? Is it a simple test???


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01-15-2014 09:50 AM
mcdanfam Update......!!!

Called the vet, she cleared the meds suggested for Millie....and said if she was still tilting her head we could try it. Maybe Avoid another round of the steroids.....so last weekend we started her on the things suggested! Monday afternoon, she was catching and snatching her chuck it balls from the air!!! Bulling her brother again, stealing his toys and treats! It has been happy days again! We have our pre injured Millie back!!! I don't think she learned her lesson as if yesterday, my daughter had to grab a stick to avoid her playing "chase me with a stick at full speed around other trees"....with her brother! So happy she is back on track! Thank you all for the suggestions and help!!!
Hopefully this will be it and we will not have to worry about this for a while....but knowing she is a bit nosey and adventurous....always jumps before looking....it maybe sooner than we want it to be!
Again.....thank you all!!!


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01-11-2014 09:56 PM
mcdanfam
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Weight doesn't matter. You can give any time
just don't follow up with a treat to wash it down for instance. doesn't need to have near meals, probably better to give a good timeline away from food as food uses energy, and homeopathy is energy based healing...you don't have to space out the way you would a pharmaceutical, i.e. every 6 or 8 hrs. or so. If you give at 8am and again at 10, then not again til 6, that's fine too....that's what's great about homeopathy...if it doesn't work, no harm was done and can be used with conventional medicine.
Okay....thank you....will see if I see a difference before her appointment... On Tuesday....I did not want to give her the wrong dose....thanks for getting back to me....!


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01-11-2014 09:39 PM
GatorBytes
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Does the does change for weight?
Do I give 15 mins before food or after?

I emailed Millie's vet, she has never used this product so she would not know dose...but supports natural remedies....:-)

Thank you.... In advance!!!


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Weight doesn't matter. You can give any time
just don't follow up with a treat to wash it down for instance. doesn't need to have near meals, probably better to give a good timeline away from food as food uses energy, and homeopathy is energy based healing...you don't have to space out the way you would a pharmaceutical, i.e. every 6 or 8 hrs. or so. If you give at 8am and again at 10, then not again til 6, that's fine too....that's what's great about homeopathy...if it doesn't work, no harm was done and can be used with conventional medicine.
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