She was diagnosed with nasal granuloma and administered chemo for one session on 4th of July. She got turned off from food thereafter and had difficulty during passing stool. However, in one of her outdoor sessions she was bit by a stray dog (9th July - night) the next day morning we gave her first shots of preventive anti rabies vac. since then she had been on IV and somehow had also picked up purvo. with about 10-11 days purvo got cleared but she has lost apetite completely and i have to feed her with syringe now. during those IV sessions we noticed her whole body was losing weight but her stomach was not. the vet diagnosed water retention and conducted blood test for liver, kidney, hemoglobin and sugar. the results indicated very low on hemoglobin and mildly high blood sugar along with some liver problem. only her kidney seems to be working all right. In the meantime, she passed stool one day and we took that for examination. it came heavily infested with worms eggs and larva. yesterday i noticed a fistula near her anus and today i found both he front limbs are swollen heavily. I need to understand what is happening to her? Any clue. Also what should i feed her so that we can take care of her anemic, diabetic and hepatic conditions?View Thread
You are right ... she is in a lot of pain. And i cannot disagree the same thought crossed my mind too. But then what if there is some hope of her revival. Have I tried out everything that i can. Has the vet given up yet? I want to give her every chance she has got to get healthy.View Thread
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