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Anybody know what this could be?

Discussion in 'Dog Health' started by Dan6667, Mar 28, 2018.

  1. Dan6667

    Dan6667 New Member Registered

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  2. JoanneF

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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?
     
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    I can't see that attachment.
     
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    I can’t see it either
     
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    Josie Administrator Administrator Registered

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    I'm sorry I can't do anything to help either as it's just been posted as an attachment :(
     
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    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?
    - terry

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  7. JoanneF

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    I saw an image earlier but it has changed to an attachment. It looked quite sore though.
     
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    VET VET VET!!!!!
     
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    i did at first and i only had a glimps but with anything go to the vets
    !!
     
  11. Caro Perry

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    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...)
     
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    can't see it !!
     
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  13. Dan6667

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    Can yous see it now?
     

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    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 :(
     
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    Are you in the UK Dan6667 ? If so which area ? Definitely a trip to the vets needed .
     
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    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.
     
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    Alabama Rot 58% sure of it please make an appointment with your vet or make an emergency trip!!!
     
  18. Violet Turner

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    Please go to the vet!!!!!!!!
     
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    Really hoping they have gone to the vets or at least been in touch with them :(
     
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    Me too as if it is Alabama rot it can kill quick!! :(
     

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