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Old 02-25-2018, 05:27 PM   #1
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Please, somebody help me. she's not even home, she's at her little doggie playdate. I ordered Dan home, and My vet doesn't have after hour care. I'm scared. I can't even see the videos to even see what is happening. She was just fine this morning. She is at a home where two of the woman's dogs have died from a mysterious bite, and I'm freaking out right now. I'm not judging. I'm just scared. I hope someone has some sort of explanation. She was fine this morning. I calmed down enough to say that she does have Luxating patella. Vet has said several times stage 1, perhaps stage 2. I've been told that doesn't cause a lot of issues. I'm really hoping someone can help. I can't do a thing until I bring her in.

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Please, somebody help me. she's not even home, she's at her little doggie playdate. I ordered Dan home, and My vet doesn't have after hour care. I'm scared. I can't even see the videos to even see what is happening. She was just fine this morning. She is at a home where two of the woman's dogs have died from a mysterious bite, and I'm freaking out right now. I'm not judging. I'm just scared. I hope someone has some sort of explanation. She was fine this morning. I calmed down enough to say that she does have Luxating patella. Vet has said several times stage 1, perhaps stage 2. I've been told that doesn't cause a lot of issues. I'm really hoping someone can help. I can't do a thing until I bring her in.
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Please, somebody help me. she's not even home, she's at her little doggie playdate. I ordered Dan home, and My vet doesn't have after hour care. I'm scared. I can't even see the videos to even see what is happening. She was just fine this morning. She is at a home where two of the woman's dogs have died from a mysterious bite, and I'm freaking out right now. I'm not judging. I'm just scared. I hope someone has some sort of explanation. She was fine this morning. I calmed down enough to say that she does have Luxating patella. Vet has said several times stage 1, perhaps stage 2. I've been told that doesn't cause a lot of issues. I'm really hoping someone can help. I can't do a thing until I bring her in.
Luxating patella affects the back leg, not the front, so it's not that. Did the two dogs die of a mysterious bite today? Maybe your dog was bit as well. You definitely need to go to the emergency vet. Let us know what happens.
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Limping means pain so I would check he paw and nails and if nothing then take her to the er vet at least for pain meds until you can get her into your regular vet tomorrow.
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I did take her in to get her some meds. They have no idea. No break they don't think since she's bearing weight down more often than not. She's able to go up the stairs. I tried to stop her, but she's following me around- I don't mind her coming up, I'm just concerned about her. they think she MIGHT have a small strained neck, but are certain it's all her front paw. No contusions, no cuts, no bleeding. she's still limping. I'm observing her. when she's not walking she's able to stand. When she is she brings her foot up to her chest. she's always been very sensitive about her paws, so I'm hoping it's a strain. We'll bring her in tomorrow. As for the bite- no it wasn't today. They DID have two dogs about three years ago. One didn't die- I was mistaken. One did, but it was after a round of antibiotics and a foot that didn't stop festering. So once I had all of the information I was able to understand it wasn't from a sting, it was from the secondary infection. Even still, I made sure she was treated for a potential sting- just in case.
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Oh no . I hope this improves.

With unsolved limps like this in AZ - unfortunately at some point, you do need to consider and very possibly rule out Valley Fever - very sorry to mention this, but it's a very, very real possibility, my friend.

But a neck issue is also a very real cause...
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Oh no . I hope this improves.

With unsolved limps like this in AZ - unfortunately at some point, you do need to consider and very possibly rule out Valley Fever - very sorry to mention this, but it's a very, very real possibility, my friend.

But a neck issue is also a very real cause...
Thank you, Ann. Between the coughing and now the paw, My heart felt like it (and still is) lodged in my throat. I think I need her tested again. I know it. I feel that it might be an issue- I've read up on false negatives. It came out of NOWHERE. It coincides with her staying outside with her little pack. I can send you the video if you like, just let me know. Dan captured a few shots. She thinks she's tougher than she is, and she jumps off of things. Constantly. Here at home, we have landing pads everywhere. Over there, we don't. I know that she can hurt herself jumping down, and I know that she can hide it, being a terrier. I've heard, and SEEN other terriers hide an injury for sometimes up to 48 hours. I know that when the vet came into the room she stood on her paw and anxiously looked over at the man. I'd have laughed if I wasn't so worried. She's alert. Happy, eating. All of this has been normal for her (her appetite has been amazing for about 4 months now) she just is favoring her leg and WILL not walk on it. She'll stand on it, but won't walk. The little brat even jumped off of the bed sometime last night!!! I can't sleep and I know she won't sleep on the bed unless I'm there, but when I checked on her she was conked out. Thank you. I felt it was stupid for me to continue up the fever tree, but it's just.. a feeling.
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Thank you, Ann. Between the coughing and now the paw, My heart felt like it (and still is) lodged in my throat. I think I need her tested again. I know it. I feel that it might be an issue- I've read up on false negatives. It came out of NOWHERE. It coincides with her staying outside with her little pack. I can send you the video if you like, just let me know. Dan captured a few shots. She thinks she's tougher than she is, and she jumps off of things. Constantly. Here at home, we have landing pads everywhere. Over there, we don't. I know that she can hurt herself jumping down, and I know that she can hide it, being a terrier. I've heard, and SEEN other terriers hide an injury for sometimes up to 48 hours. I know that when the vet came into the room she stood on her paw and anxiously looked over at the man. I'd have laughed if I wasn't so worried. She's alert. Happy, eating. All of this has been normal for her (her appetite has been amazing for about 4 months now) she just is favoring her leg and WILL not walk on it. She'll stand on it, but won't walk. The little brat even jumped off of the bed sometime last night!!! I can't sleep and I know she won't sleep on the bed unless I'm there, but when I checked on her she was conked out. Thank you. I felt it was stupid for me to continue up the fever tree, but it's just.. a feeling.
I saw your other thread about hacking, and that you had her tested for Valley Fever in January. Still, it wouldn't hurt to do it again, since it can lead to the kind of symptoms you're seeing now. Hopefully, it's not that. Keep us posted on the results. Here is a link to an article on Valley Fever for people who want to read up on it: https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-p...-fever-in-dogs
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Sometimes when they are at the vet they get over excited and dont really feel the pain. Back when Callie was I think around 2 she was limping on her front leg so I rushed her to the ER vet and she was walking on it but as soon as we got home she wasnt. Took to my vet the next day and they felt around and found a spot that made her cry that the ER vet never found. Treated her with pain meds/anti inflammatory and she was still having issues. Had to go to an orthopedic specialist who also found that spot and sedated her for X-rays. Come to find out her front leg over extended when she would land after jumping. That is when we got pet stairs and after limited jumping and meds she stopped limping and it never happened again. There is also always a risk of a disc issue. Sammy had IVDD and had issues with. One of his front legs, they did steroids and anti inflammatory pain meds and it would get better. Hope you can figure out what is going on and that its fixable.
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They are prone to issues with the collateral ligament in the shoulder. My ortho surgeon told me that years ago, but I had never seen one...until now. One of my foster is having issues and I thought (as did my vet) that it was cervical neck/neuro. He was obviously having shoulder issues, but we thought it was referred. Anyway...took him to neuro and she said that while he might have underlying issues neurologically, the shoulder is right now a major issue that must be eval by ortho. I have an appointment on Thursday. If your vet has not xrayed her leg and shoulder, I suggest you get it done...
Oh, and he also has LP in both knees...so he is really walking very cattywampus like. LOL not sure on the spelling on that one.

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Sometimes when they are at the vet they get over excited and dont really feel the pain. Back when Callie was I think around 2 she was limping on her front leg so I rushed her to the ER vet and she was walking on it but as soon as we got home she wasnt. Took to my vet the next day and they felt around and found a spot that made her cry that the ER vet never found. Treated her with pain meds/anti inflammatory and she was still having issues. Had to go to an orthopedic specialist who also found that spot and sedated her for X-rays. Come to find out her front leg over extended when she would land after jumping. That is when we got pet stairs and after limited jumping and meds she stopped limping and it never happened again. There is also always a risk of a disc issue. Sammy had IVDD and had issues with. One of his front legs, they did steroids and anti inflammatory pain meds and it would get better. Hope you can figure out what is going on and that its fixable.

Thank you!!! My husband keeps telling me, and told the emergency vet last night, that she was "fine" when she went out to go potty (I wasn't there when she started, she left home at 11am and at around 4pm the symptoms started) Keeps saying she just started limping. I keep trying to say that chewie wouldn't even show the vet she was in pain. He knew by her reaction when he touched her paw, but she didn't make a single peep. I believe if it is an injury- not valley fever- that someone grazed her paw yesterday. She won't go near any one's feet right now except mine and it's a bit leery. If it weren't for the other things that have been presenting, fever would have been off my mind and I would be certain that's the case. Chewie is very smart (I know, I sound biased but really she's very bright) I've been watching her this morning. She started out limping badly and has progressed over the course of her waking up to walking on it, albeit shakily. She's been careful to stay away from my husband or daughter walking. Not that she's walking around a lot, she's been staying laid down most of the morning. She just came up as I was typing so she can move around and doesn't seem to have anything wrong with mobility- just the paw. On top of this- Chewie is a pointer. A pointer with her right paw, no less, so she's been SUPER frustrated this morning. Any way, it's the thoughts I have in my head. I'm not an expert on pet medicine, but I AM an expert on my little lady so at least there's that. Thanks again for letting me know about Callie.
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Thank you!!! My husband keeps telling me, and told the emergency vet last night, that she was "fine" when she went out to go potty (I wasn't there when she started, she left home at 11am and at around 4pm the symptoms started) Keeps saying she just started limping. I keep trying to say that chewie wouldn't even show the vet she was in pain. He knew by her reaction when he touched her paw, but she didn't make a single peep. I believe if it is an injury- not valley fever- that someone grazed her paw yesterday. She won't go near any one's feet right now except mine and it's a bit leery. If it weren't for the other things that have been presenting, fever would have been off my mind and I would be certain that's the case. Chewie is very smart (I know, I sound biased but really she's very bright) I've been watching her this morning. She started out limping badly and has progressed over the course of her waking up to walking on it, albeit shakily. She's been careful to stay away from my husband or daughter walking. Not that she's walking around a lot, she's been staying laid down most of the morning. She just came up as I was typing so she can move around and doesn't seem to have anything wrong with mobility- just the paw. On top of this- Chewie is a pointer. A pointer with her right paw, no less, so she's been SUPER frustrated this morning. Any way, it's the thoughts I have in my head. I'm not an expert on pet medicine, but I AM an expert on my little lady so at least there's that. Thanks again for letting me know about Callie.

I didn't see the last part of your quote. Here we have stairs and landing pads. I can't make this happen at the other house, but I can ask husband to either have her off the furniture, or ask them to take a few stairs for her, OR just stop sending her all together- which would devastate her. She loves the dog Carly. Even though I think based on what she's doing it could have been a graze on her foot- I can't be positive, and she can't tell me. So I just have to treat it like it was that type of an injury so she doesn't do it again. While your information is appreciated, and thanks so much for telling me, I've been already looking at ordering a few stairs on amazon.
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They are prone to issues with the collateral ligament in the shoulder. My ortho surgeon told me that years ago, but I had never seen one...until now. One of my foster is having issues and I thought (as did my vet) that it was cervical neck/neuro. He was obviously having shoulder issues, but we thought it was referred. Anyway...took him to neuro and she said that while he might have underlying issues neurologically, the shoulder is right now a major issue that must be eval by ortho. I have an appointment on Thursday. If your vet has not xrayed her leg and shoulder, I suggest you get it done...
Oh, and he also has LP in both knees...so he is really walking very cattywampus like. LOL not sure on the spelling on that one.
As usual you are spot on. It is her shoulder. Now, she didn't rec an xray, but she's not our regular vet. I'm seeing our regular one for a follow up in three days. Just got back. THANK you, Lady Jane. I ran out of here very quickly- so I didn't see this. I wish I had. It's her shoulder for sure. she yipped and tried to nip the doc's hands.. until she remembered herself, and licked instead.
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As usual you are spot on. It is her shoulder. Now, she didn't rec an xray, but she's not our regular vet. I'm seeing our regular one for a follow up in three days. Just got back. THANK you, Lady Jane. I ran out of here very quickly- so I didn't see this. I wish I had. It's her shoulder for sure. she yipped and tried to nip the doc's hands.. until she remembered herself, and licked instead.
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