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Discussion in 'Dog Health' started by Dan6667, Mar 28, 2018.
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It really isn't possible to say from a photo. Has it happened suddenly like an injury or come up over time?
I can't see that attachment.
I can’t see it either
I'm sorry I can't do anything to help either as it's just been posted as an attachment
When in doubt, vet, vet, VET... even a licensed DVM won't opinionate based on a photo, U need an in-person, hands-on exam for a diagnosis. And of course, any of us is fully qualified to express an opinion, but an opinion isn't much help when a pet needs 1st, a Dx, & 2nd, proper Tx.
I hope it's simple & easily fixed - let us know, please, what the Dr says?
I saw an image earlier but it has changed to an attachment. It looked quite sore though.
VET VET VET!!!!!
Did you manage to see it @Violet Turner ?
i did at first and i only had a glimps but with anything go to the vets
I can't see it but with the recent cases of Alabama Rot hitting the headlines I'd want to see a vet if just to rule it out ( I know it's rare still but...)
can't see it !!
Can yous see it now?
Can see it now. Any sore, cut or lesion I’d go to the vet. As @Caro Perry has mentioned Alabama Rot is too high profile now
Are you in the UK Dan6667 ? If so which area ? Definitely a trip to the vets needed .
Because of the risk of Alabama Rot I would ask for an emergency appointment this evening - Your vet will have an emergency number. It might be nothing but you really don't want to run the risk.
Alabama Rot 58% sure of it please make an appointment with your vet or make an emergency trip!!!
Please go to the vet!!!!!!!!
Really hoping they have gone to the vets or at least been in touch with them
Me too as if it is Alabama rot it can kill quick!!