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Old 03-17-2018, 09:22 AM
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Exposure to Weed n Feed

Could possible exposure have caused this!?
Our shish tsu terrier mix developed little bumps over whole back area, seems less energetic, walks slower very often, not itchy. Took to vet who said MAYBE developing Cushing's disease, liver ALP is elevated. He said ck back in 6 months. He didn't seem to key in on possible exposure to the week n feed, but I'm thinking fearfully that it may be from that bc developed bumps about a week or less after. I watered it in and kept her off it that day, but she walked on it next day and rolled in grass a few days after, tho had also rained some. Did I harm our beloved pet?!
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Old 03-17-2018, 12:41 PM
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It's possible it's an allergic reaction to something. My old horse randomly used to get hives all over her body when out on fields from eating random weeds. An antidepressant allergy med usually helped, along with keeping her off whatever she was eating.
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