Abscess on dog paw

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Today I noticed my dog licking her paw endlessly, and when I examined it, I found a hard, red lump about the size of a large pea, located at the base of her dew claw. She doesn't act like it hurts, because she let me touch it. She doesn't limp at all, and is acting like her normal self in every way. If it wasn't for her licking the lump, I would not have even suspected anything was wrong with her. [IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/8y7zo1.
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Although each product appears to have been designed to help with certain skin conditions and digestive issues linked to food allergies, we found no AAFCO nutritional adequacy statements for these dog foods on the Hill’s website.
First she has managed to chew a sore on the pad of her right front paw so she is not walking on that foot. I have put neosporin on it and cleaned the spot. I thought maybe at first it was because she was so covered in flees but I have bathed her and placed Frontline one spot treatment on her. I don't think she injured it any other way since her favorite past time is to lay on my couch with me.
He rubs it in the grass and on the floor. He scratches it fairly hard throughout the day with his paw. It now looks like he may have a black eye which may have been caused by the scratching. We've examined every part of his outer side of face and inside of his mouth for a bump, scratch, or anything!
I just carry on removing them when I see them on her, simply because I am so wary about chemicals on my dog. And I do believe it's possible for the ticks to become resistant to the products.
I live in Australia, and have just recently taken my pregnant cat to the vet, because she got in a fight and had her paw bit which resulted in an abscess. I'm not quite sure of the exchange rate so I'll just do Aussie dollars. 1. $18.50 for antibiotic shot 2. Quoted $190 for neutering her (an extra $40 if she is pregnant - hubby and I are waiting until the unborn kittens have left home) 3. Don't believe in declawing. 4. None of my fur kids have had surgeries. 5.
I know what you mean about the weekends, my girls always need attention on a Saturday or Sunday...I am reading this post at 11 am on Sunday and for my own Peace of Mind, would get my baby in today especially in the case of a severe reaction or abscess...
For milk thistle and liveraid, we would do two of each supplement with each meal (for a 73-pound dog). The dose for your dog may be different, depending on his size. Awesome stuff for getting the liver values back in line, and SO much cheaper and easier to get than Denamarin.
Here we go again! We always seem to have a heated argument on declawing on this forum at least every few months or more. I've talked to many vets on this subject as well. Cats can adapt very well to being declawed and I've always had my cats declawed from the time I was a kid and my mom did to when I was an adult and had my own cats.
I can tell that she is starting to become uncomfortable again about a month after stopping treatment. The treatment cleared the condition completely on the back paws and about 80% on the front paws. Towards the end she was starting to lose a little weight. She really hated being given medication twice a day for six months. She is such a little sweetie. Couldn't understand why she was being tortured. I think my vet is doing the best she can.
The tumor's size is now bigger than a plum, but smaller than a baseball. It is on her back, below her shoulderblade. In the last 2 days, I've noticed that it has begun to open slightly - as if she has been itching it or it is beginning to "pop" through (I haven't seen her itch it, but I am at work during the day). It is not an open would yet - is there anything that you know I can do to prevent it from becoming one? Is there any type of ointment I could but on it?
Inside the vaginal lips on the sides almost always in the crease (between the labia minora and majora?) 2. Between the anus and vaginal opening (perineum) 3. Above the clitoris in the "hood" area. This tearing is not related to intercourse since my husband and I are unable to do that due to the pain it causes me. There is no real pain otherwise. I am getting some minor bleeding when I poop due to the tears in the anal area.
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