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RE: E. Indigo yearling, tail issue

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Posted by: Lovin2act at Tue Aug 7 09:46:59 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Lovin2act ]  
   

Vic,

For sure I am with you there on the internet collective diagnosis

And yeah the dog issue has been very taxing on us emotionally and financially.

Have been soaking my boy as recommended and he seems to pop them in and out of his vent whilst swimming about. But they seem to come to rest as they show in my first pics rather than coming to rest inside of him as they should. So weird.

I will reply to your email asap!

And no it's note entirely new but it seems to be getting worse. At first is was very minuscule and I figured he was a little bit (for lack of better terms) horny

Anyhow, hoping it doesn't go as far as needing major vet care as my dog issue has completely drained us, so I have to build some funds back up for this issue as I am certain it wont be inexpensive. Our dog was at the vet again yesterday and they have now come to say that they dont even know how to treat him or what's going on inside him anymore, so they want us to go to a specialist now. That could run us several more thousand....and it may come to a place for us of having to make a decision here...the one where you have to say to yourself...do you let yourself be ruined for your pet...or at some point do you draw a line and move on if they are not getting better. And right now they cant even tell us that expensive treatments will even work. So it's a very difficult place to be in for us. If you know something will work, maybe debt is worth it....but do you take on major debt with the high risk of losing that animal anyhow? I just dont know how to answer that

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