Diabetes in dogs pictures

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172023 tn?1334675884 How do you do it with those 3 huge dogs?!! We allow ours in with us on the weekend because we can sleep in a little- both crawl up between us and lay sideways taking up as much room as they can! but during the week they go in their crate.
Avatar f tn Collies, as a breed, have some of the most human traits I've ever seen in dogs! My collies have always had that big Collie grin in their photos, but Adam actually SMILES! At first we thought he was showing his teeth but then it dawned on us that he does it when he's happy and after he does it, he gets a bad attack of the "happies" and dances around wiggling himself for all he's worth!
390388 tn?1279639813 My left eye is puffy in the morning. I took a picture to see if I could see anything and was surprised to see all of the blood vessels. What would cause this. I'm hoping the picture post. Questioning maybe, well the obvious... a problem with my eyes, BP/HR issues, type ll diabetes or maybe thyroid. A Dah. I don't know. Just thought I would throw it out there. ????
173975 tn?1216261375 My Heidi was in the hospital in ICU since last Thursday, do to complications of her diabetes... Severel days & several grand later she developed pneumonia... & we knew it was time to make the call....she went quick & painlessly.... she was ready to go... I sat with her a long while holding her & praising her.... even got up & gave her some water twice out of my hands by the sick....
Avatar m tn I have a continuous problem with thick mucous in my throat. I must clear my throat a hundred times a day. My larnyx gets so full of the thick mucous that I almost choke and it causes my eyes to water. When this happens I hack up about a quarter cup of the stuff. I went to an ENT specialist who diagnosed sinusitis due to restricted airflow because of a deviated septum. After two surgeries for this there is no improvment. I've tried Musinex and steroid nose sprays. Nothing seems to help.
Avatar f tn I think I get enough calcium. I'm thinking I could have gotten a parasite possibly from my dogs or in some other way. I am going to get this Ultra Colon I believe is what it is called and try this. It gets rid of parasites and cleans out your system which is what I need also. I have rheumatoid arthritis as well and take methotrexate. I don't think it will interact with my medication. I'm not worried about the effectiveness of my medication because my arthritis may be in remission.
Avatar f tn I take phenergan myself for constant nausea, and discovered late in the game that dogs can also take phenergan. It didn't work quite as well as the reglan, but at that point we tried anything we could get our hands on. Over the counter Dramamine for motion sickness can be tried as it is metabolized in the liver - got that info from an ER vet nearby.
605458 tn?1539232408 At the shelter a woman came in that I know a little bit, I help hold dogs she takes pictures of to put on website, her dog died and I wanted to say something to her, of course things like that are always awkward, I mean what do you say, especially when you don't know them well and are doing the polite thing. I just said "I heard about your dog and I'm sorry. I had a dog that had diabetes too and we just had to have him put down...
231441 tn?1333896366 The only concerns are good control of the thyroid (that's happening), and prevention of diabetes and anaemia (under close observation). No explanation for the tummy pain - other than to observe. I could see it moving and waving it's arms and legs. So exciting! Makes it real. Wow! This little thing was practically jumping around in my tummy! A human being! I've put some photos up!
Avatar n tn That's his OWN experience and doesn't mean you'll get the same. Once again, it's not proven yet except in dogs. It hasn't proved in humans (who would give cardiopoison to humans?!?) so it's not known if it'll do the same for humans.
1006035 tn?1485579497 Right now there are service dogs provided for people suffering from autism, seizures, diabetes, blindness, deafness, allergies, asthma, depression, and the newest ones of all: endometriosis. I'm sure we'll see even more types of dogs as time goes and people are more aware of what service dogs can do. Maybe we'll even start to see even more service cats? I've heard of them, although they are more rare that dogs.
6246858 tn?1382272876 that day may not be here yet, but in time, any dog you offer a home to would be one of the luckiest dogs in the world ... and your boy would be so happy to have a new friend join the family. Again, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in good company here, so please keep coming back to let us know how you and your Maltese are feeling.
Avatar f tn but at the second year after liver transplantation, only eight patients (9%) had evidence of diabetes mellitus, which implies the transient nature of diabetes mellitus in many transplant recipients.
Avatar n tn Even though heavy endurance exercisers such as runners may have higher rates of arrhythmias during exercise, aerobic exercise is a effective preventitive to Sudden Cardiac Death SCD when you have an arrhythmia. Aerobic Exercise can also successfully treat some arrhythmias. See, for example, an invited review article, "Aerobic Exercise Conditioning: A NonPharmacological AntiArrhythmic Intervention" by George Billman, J.Appl.Physiol 92, 446-454 (2002).
556014 tn?1230604478 ..I just wanted to add that i these years I've seen few cases of diabetes in dogs and their condition got worse very fast and quick and the only thing that has been decided for every case was euthanasia since diabetes is not reversible and creates a lot of other physical problems.
936133 tn?1244832491 For instance, red wine will precipitate migraines in many people, and chocolate, nuts, hot dogs and Chinese food triggers headaches in certain cases. I generally don’t advise omitting all of these foods, unless you notice a pattern where these foods are causing headaches. 8. If I give you a prophylactic medication for headaches, you should take it daily, as prescribed. If you have trouble tolerating it, please let me know and we can consider using something else.
Avatar f tn I ride horses, train dogs, and hike. I plan to live a long time. I am in a Clinical Trial for a targeted therapy and it has shrunk my tumors in half. This drug will be on the market soon and it will change the ball game. It is not chemo. There are lots of new drugs out there. My Grand mother and Aunt died of Ovarian Cancer so I thought I was a goner. They were treated in the 50's and 70's. Things are so much better now. The important information is people are not statistics.
Avatar n tn You haven't lived until you are sleeping in a little RV double bed with a snoring 250# husband, and 4 dogs who each weigh almost 100#. The dogs kept jumping back into bed with each crack of lightning! My back still hurts. Getting along a little better with hubby for now. No major blow ups. And no more mysterious spending sprees from him. Who was asking about the troll? There was one the other day that was probably Melissa--another post about a dead baby.
108861 tn?1227249648 I have pictures of myself hanging from a tree in a baby swing when I was just a few months old. My folks like to fish. I was raised on lakes and rivers. When my hubby to be, asked me to marry him, he said lets go fishing for a week in Minnesota. We raised 5 kids, 4 of them have campers and love to fish, my 5th one goes with me now, he is my son with Downs. Now my grandkids are taking up the rods and reels. Glad I was around to show them how to bait a hook.
1271927 tn?1310583962 I had some super cute cards made with the pictures. I can't wait to get them in the next few days and mail them out. My belly is growing SO big. I feel like she is gonna crawl out of my belly button sometimes! But it's not time yet...gotta keep her in! We are taking a labor prep course right now. 4 more weeks to go with that course. At the end of the course I have an appointment set to do maternity pictures...anyone else doing photos with this pregnancy?
Avatar m tn Massive-breed dogs hide pain VERY well, and if he's crying, then he's in A LOT of pain for some reason. Good luck.
4043517 tn?1374010173 Today is Monday, at work wishing I was home in bed. Saturday took a hard spill on the bike down the river bank hitting rocks along the way and flayed the skin off my arm. Now worrying about an infection, I have the arm wrapped up mostly, but it hurts so much, my left leg, ribs etc are crying. Not to mention the daily abdomen, back and shoulder pain throbbing through.
10134585 tn?1409678292 good for you for at least giving this kitten a fighting chance, I'm just so sorry she is having such troubles now I'm no Vet....but I am 'assuming' the Vet gave her some steroid medication..thats usually par for the course when they run into something with unknown cause, and if it was a steroid it would make sense that there is some neurological or spinal inflammation that this medication temporarily helped..by reducing the inflammation.
Avatar m tn I would love to see what dreams she's having! Jaybay has a good point. Most dogs need challenges as well as exercise in the day. They need to problem-solve in one way or another, and the more intelligent they are, the more they need that. Walks in new territory are an interesting thing for them. Extra mental stimulus. And most healthy dogs need more exercise than humans are normally accustomed to!
92903 tn?1309908311 I saw a study, maybe 1 or 2 years ago, that showed that blood sugar correlates with the incidence of cardiac event in a parallel relationship and this was true even below the threshold for diabetes. In short, sugar in the blood is bad for everyone and as blood sugar increases so too does cardiac event in a parallel relationship. It was expected that as blood sugar declined to the nondiabetic number the parallel lines would merge together but they did not- they remained parallel.
Avatar f tn The day after the ultra sound I figured out that the pain was most probably a vasospasm due to a change in my bp medicine (Procardia). However, during the ultra sound the radiologist found an unpalpable mass that he classified as a rad-5 and told me to come back for a core needle biopsy. I actually decided to schedule a second opinion with a breast surgeon who ended up doing a core needle biopsy after her own exam.
Avatar n tn The scary part was when I scrolled down to the pictures I seen my self!! Looked like the grandma in the bathing suit!...lol..
897333 tn?1280394878 , I will try to make this as short and to the point as possible. Bob was diagnosised last year with a mass in his chest by his trachea, we did not have further testing done because of age. The only way it was found is through X-ray when we took him in for a cough. Evidently it is no cancer, thank goodness because nothing has changed as far as coughing or his weight.
275166 tn?1193939251 I LOVE KIDS AND DOGS!!!!! i would love to do this with someone in the sme boat as well.... I guess that is waht draws the celebs to the Malibu Rehabs!