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MICHAEL REZ wrote:

WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF ME GETTING MY HANDS ON SOME TRAUATAN FOR MY DOG

lana drew wrote:

my dog has diabetes...will be be given insullin shots 2times per day...he is in the hospital right now...11yr old shepard mix...any advice?

Nan wrote:

I have a eight year old toy poodle that is very full of life, recently her eyes, especially her left eye is blurry.the vet had told me a year ago that she had small cataracts in both eyes. I'm wondering if there has been any sucess with vitamins, eye drops, medicene or if the only answer in surgery? She weighs 4 1/2 pounds and any type of surgery is a large risk.

Irene wrote:

Why don't these messages have dates? Does anyone know if the optic nerve in a dogs eye is dead, can he have pain? How does a vet know if his optic nerve is dead?

Maryann wrote:

Has anyone found drops that slows down the cataracts in a diabetic dog?

nevadajackie@hotmail.com wrote:

Q: Has anyone tried Can-C eyedrops or St Lucia eyedrops for cataracts in dogs or cats? I have a Boston Bull Terrier who is developing cataracts in both eyes. I am going to try the Can-C drops developed in the UK first. I will post the results. If anyone else has tried either of these items, please e-mail me with your results. nevadajackie@hotmail.com thank you

Richard wrote:

cataracts in 13 year old Bichon with diabetes What drops are available and cost?

mj harclerode wrote:

have pet with diabetes who has cateracts - need non surgical treament to restore vision

katherine wrote:

which are the levels when you need take insulin

Pete dietl wrote:

I want a medication for my dogs catarac

lucia frankitt wrote:

i have a guinea pig who is 6 years old and has to have her eye removed due to an ulcer what is the prognosis and am i being cruel putting her through that operation?

julie amrhein wrote:

Is there any treatment for cateracts instead of surgery for my 13 year old poodle mix? She lost her hearing about a year ago, but is in excellent heath otherwise. I hate the thought of her going blind. Please email me at jaamrhein@comcast.net

audrey wrote:

i want medication for dog with urine infection

linda wrote:

I have a dog blind due to glaucoma and now another going the same way.The vets want to remove their eyes and I said no.Ones 11 and one is 10.Is their any herbs you can use? gp44mom@yahoo.com

Rosemary wrote:

Just to let other dog owners know that a product called Fitergol which is available only from your vet (well in Australia that is) worked a treat for my 14 year old dog LLoyd who seems to have dimentia. He now seems more alert less likely to walk into walls and more interested in his life.

someone wrote:

i need to know why my dog is bleeding out of its eye

David wrote:

The UK company allow customers to join as members and get 30% discount on the eye drops that have been on TV www.ethosplan.com/uk Hope this helps Rgds David

lady dog wrote:

i need to know how to get acetylcarnosine for my eyes at a discounted price it is to expensive for my humans to purchase for me. can someone please help? ruff ruff (thank you)

Yrsvr wrote:

I'm look for info on a pill call Topamax.

RUTH wrote:

GOOD

Charlotte wrote:

Take a look at this product it could be just what you need. It desolves cataracts helps with other eye problems. http://www.ethosplan.com/daily-mail-bright-eyes.asp?id=2

Lisa wrote:

We have a dog that seemed fine a week ago, & now is stumbling into everything..One eye looks blurrier than the other. His eyes are blue & he is all white with some red freckles..We were surprised at how fast this came on. Has anyone had any luck treating this, (though I am not sure what it is), with natural medicines? Chaz doesn't seem to be in any pain at all, & there is no swelling. Thank you for any help, or advise! Nice web site! Lisa or Ken @ kl6ranch@oregontrail.net or jista72001@yahoo.com

concerned wrote:

I would like to know how many cases of SARDS were preceded by the use of Rimadyl. I have experienced one case, and know of two other possibles. Often times, Rimadyl is administered for pain due to joint/leg/arthritis type problems and also pain therapy. I am not stating that there is a corelation, but I think it may deserve further exploration .

urine sticks wrote:

for testing dogs urine regarding for diabetes

Perfect Princess wrote:

My hampster has what they call "wet bottom". This means that Blood is all over her bottom and i have been told that it is life threataning.if u know aniy Medication please e-mail me at hyattsl@hotmail.com

PRINCESS wrote:

MY DOG TOOK ETOGESIC FOR HER HIP PROBLEMS, AND LITTLE DID WE KNOW IT WOULD STOP HER TEAR PRODUCTION...NOW WE HAVE AN 8 YEAR OLD JINDO WHO IS UNFORTUNATELY GOING BLIND. I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT GOLDENEYE OINTMENT TO SEE IF I CAN GIVE HER SOME COMFORT AS HER EYES PRODUCE ALOT OF GOO AND I HAVE BEEN USING TERRAMYCIN , WHICH WORKS FOR A SHORT TIME, BUT MUST BE APPLIED 3 OR 4 TIMES A DAY. LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO OR KNOW ANYONE WITH EXPERIENCE WITH THIS MEDICATION. PRINCESS@RAGINGFORCES.COM

KELLEY wrote:

COPPER MY DOG IS BLIND SHE BARKS ALL NIGHT ALONG THE NEIBORS ARE UPSET, HAVE TRYED EVERY THING IS THERE PILLS THAT CAN HELP HER SLEEP! PLWASE LET ME NO THANKS KELLEY

Dave wrote:

Test in the medications comments page.