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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    They didn't teach me how to clean it. They just said return Monday. I had to go back today as he wouldn't take his meds so they washed it.

    I have to try and get him to take his food he only eats kibble and bones I tried wet food last night but Refused. I've given him another feed of food and now I will try ram tablets down his mouth he's a rescue and we have tried swapping his food and he just refuses!
    Grab his top jaw and lift it up - it will help his mouth fall open and make it easier. Make sure you get your fingers over the hump in the tongue. He looks like a decent size dog which makes it easier. Hopefully he behaves for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I bought a crate but he doesn't fit into it I'm hoping to get another today from a friend. I can't afford to buy one as the vet was $2,000

    He doesn't want to eat and take his medications this morning so that's fantastic.... Not!!! We have another dog so they are selerated but I tried having them next to eachtoehr and they just wanted to play.

    He's in pain relief sedation antibiotics and anti inflammatory my phone is being annoying sorry for spelling. I was really appalled by our vet experience but that's a whole other thread!
    What state are you in? I've got a pretty large crate we used for our Great Dane when she was smaller that you are welcome to borrow if you like? I'm in southern Adelaide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I bought a crate but he doesn't fit into it I'm hoping to get another today from a friend. I can't afford to buy one as the vet was $2,000

    He doesn't want to eat and take his medications this morning so that's fantastic.... Not!!! We have another dog so they are selerated but I tried having them next to eachtoehr and they just wanted to play.

    He's in pain relief sedation antibiotics and anti inflammatory my phone is being annoying sorry for spelling. I was really appalled by our vet experience but that's a whole other thread!
    What state are you in? I've got a pretty large crate we used for our Great Dane when she was smaller that you are welcome to borrow if you like? I'm in southern Adelaide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunnybunny View Post
    What state are you in? I've got a pretty large crate we used for our Great Dane when she was smaller that you are welcome to borrow if you like? I'm in southern Adelaide.
    Thank you I got one from a person from obedience club. I'm southern adel too. Thanks anyway really appreciate it! That's very thoughtful he's much calmer now

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    Oh that's great news! I hope he heals nice and quickly

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    How are things today Mon?

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    Ohhhhhh the poor puppy!! It's so awful seeing our fur babies in pain. Wishing him a speedy recovery and sending big big hugs and rubs xxx

    Ps. I do know that whenever my dog has had a sedation, he always gets whimpery for a day or so afterwards. Must really knock him about!

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    He should get his drain out today fx I just can't wait until his bucket can come off!! So he can come out the crate

    He's really missing the kids and his buddy


 

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