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Madison | 1 month ago
Hi So My Pug Seems Like He Is In Pain On His Back Leg He Walks …

Hi so my pug seems like he is in pain on his back leg he walks on it but usually liftes it up and he keeps chewing on his paw what can I do

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Hello,
I would be worried that the licking is an indication of pain. Limping can be indicative of many things to. like injury, illness or Orthopedic issues. Please see a vet about this. There is no other credible advice I can give from here.

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Suzanne Cannon | 4 months ago
Paisley’s Story: Spay Surgery (OHE) In A Pug
Treatment Cost (USD): $591.49
Paisley is an 8 month old pug who presented to the clinic for a spay (OHE: ovariohysterectomy) procedure.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 months ago
Lucy The Pug’s Spay Surgery (OHE)
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Lucy is a 7 month old pug that presented to the clinic for a spay procedure (OHE: ovariohysterectomy.)
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 months ago
Recently Rescued Dog, Ivory, Comes In For A Spay Surgery (OHE)
Treatment Cost (USD): $848.80
Ivory is a 7 year old mixed breed dog who was recently adopted from a rescue organization. Her new owner noticed that she had some lumps on her upper abdomen. The vet determined that these lumps were actually enlarged mammary tissue, and she also noted some discharge around the nipples. She speculated that perhaps Ivory had never been spayed, as she wasn't able to find evidence of a spay scar. The vet's recommendation was that the enlarged mammary growths be removed, and that Ivory undergo spay surgery (OHE: ovariohysterectomy) during the same procedure.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 months ago
Archer The Pug’s Neuter Surgery
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Archer was about a week past his first birthday when he was brought in for a routine neuter.
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Kelli | 4 months ago
My 9 Year Old Pug Has A Seroma On His Right Back Hip. It Was Drained Once …

My 9 year old pug has a seroma on his right back hip. It was drained once due to discomfort.

It’s now filled back up over the last few days. We’ve been monitoring it since our vet doesn’t want to drain it unless it’s absolutely necessary.

It’s really big. It’s pulling the skin down with the weight of it.

How is it possible for the body to heal the muscle area where the space exists when all that liquid is in there and stretching the skin?

He is eating, drinking and seems fine, but he’s having trouble walking with the weight of the liquid he’s now walking around with.

Is it dangerous at any point? Is there a time where it’s too much fluid in the area?

The space was cause by a car tire. He was grazed in our driveway. The skin got separated and me has formed a seroma. He is recovering well from the experience. He’s on antibiotics for the cuts he had and an anti inflammatory.

Thank you. 🙏🏻

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Hello, In general I address seromas this way; if it isn’t infected or causing the patient problem I leave them alone. It takes time, often weeks to months but the body will reabsorb the fluid slowly and without incident. If it is a problem a drain can be placed in and around the pocket. But this comes with possible consequences. Like every surgery has risk. It requires anesthesia. There is a charge and a risk with this. Opening a sterile pocket to place a drain allows for the introduction of bacteria and can lead to infection. That’s worse than a… Read more »

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If you did not get any paperwork with your puppy, I would make an appointment with your vet immediately. Let them know he is brand new and has no records.

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Bianca Figueroa | 7 months ago
I Have A 5month Old Pug His Front Left Leg Is Fractured And The …

I have a 5month old pug his front left leg is fractured and the surgery is to expensive I can’t afford it any idea what to do or where to go that’s not so pricey

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Hello,
Find a vet who will help you. I often cast these guys or splint them. It is a longer process but we save many legs for clients who otherwise could t afford them. Call and keep calling. Get the leg splinted immediately.

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Lucy Ziad | 7 months ago
My Pug Hurt His Foot I Need Help Its Bleeding What Can I Do To…

My pug hurt his foot i need help its bleeding what can i do to make him feel better ??

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Hello,
Please provide more information. Like what is bleeding? It is best to see a vet if you think this might be an emergency or if the bleeding persists or is severe.

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Good morning. Is this a wound? Or is it raw from irritation? Allergic symptom? Depending on what the cause is, the treatment is different. My suggestion would be to get him to the vet right away to find out what is going on, but in the meantime try to get him comfortable.

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Lucy Ziad | 7 months ago
My Pug Is Bleeding In The Middle Of His Paws What Can I Do?

My pug is bleeding
In the middle of his paws what can i do?

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Katheryn Montijo | 8 months ago
My 9 Month Old Pug Just Got Diahhera And Has Been Farting A Lot What…

My 9 month old pug just got diahhera and has been farting a lot what should I do ?

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Good morning Do you know if your dog has gotten into something and eaten something the shouldn’t have? For example the trash or table food? Or is this a situation that started out small and has gotten progressively more intense? It is difficult to offer advice if we don’t know the possible cause of the situation. If it is an upset tummy, I would help him ride it out and once he is feeling a bit better, reintroduce bland foods (such as boiled chicken and rice) a little bit at a time. Make sure he has access to water at… Read more »