06-20-2019, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Littlefox
Not everything can be treated with home remedies, unfortunately.
Your vet will have access to the equipment to see what kind of problem your dogs are dealing with, and can give you the treatment that should work.
I also worry about your searching for meds to inject your dogs with. First: they aren't prescribed meds and therefor you might get the dosage wrong, or inject into the wrong area (intra muscular instead of subcutaneous for example, or near nerves or blood vessels you need to avoid) and secondly: injections always carry the risk of abscesses forming.
If pets need injections, they are either done by the vet or by the pets owners after they have been trained by the vet to do so correctly and safely!
I know what kind of problem I'm dealing with and is why I asked the original question. And, I know how to to give an animal a shot and to administer the correct dosage. I've given 100's of shots to my pets over the years.
I once took my dog to a veterinarian and the vet couldnt figure out why dog had a little difficulty breathing. I ended up diagnosing my own dogs illness as pneumonia and she confirmed it and she prescribed my dog some antibiotic, and she still charged me an arm and a leg. Most all veterinarians are complete ripoffs. But anyway, all of that is beside the point. I asked a question and although I'm sure you mean well, nothing you said answered it.