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    Default Re: ROUGH Morning For Brembo

    He will get the hang of it. Luckily, we have a short private drive (its a small loop between our houses) that we share with my grandparents to walk her around. Any practice is good for Brembo, so a yard is better than nothing!

    Keep us posted!

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    Well he regurgitated again last night. He was barking in his crate while my g/f and I were eating, then all goes quiet and I realize he's eating his own puke! Gross.

    Anyway, we felt really bad --- the vomit appeared to be whole pieces of food, so it looks like he's not even chewing it!

    I picked up a slow feeder bowl from petsmart and am hoping that helps to curb the episodes. Otherwise it may be a different problem altogether.

    Regarding the scabs near his tail - the vet suggested using AAA Antibiotic ointment such as bacitracin or neosporin. It looks a little better today but we're hoping the ointment will get rid of it in a couple days. If not, i'll be updating you guys!

    Thanks for the comments and wishes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajwhitt44 View Post
    Well he regurgitated again last night. He was barking in his crate while my g/f and I were eating, then all goes quiet and I realize he's eating his own puke! Gross.

    Anyway, we felt really bad --- the vomit appeared to be whole pieces of food, so it looks like he's not even chewing it!

    I picked up a slow feeder bowl from petsmart and am hoping that helps to curb the episodes. Otherwise it may be a different problem altogether.

    Regarding the scabs near his tail - the vet suggested using AAA Antibiotic ointment such as bacitracin or neosporin. It looks a little better today but we're hoping the ointment will get rid of it in a couple days. If not, i'll be updating you guys!

    Thanks for the comments and wishes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    How is the boy doing??
    Hi 2Bully (how do I do the @2bully thing?)!!

    He's been doing much better. The slow feeder completely eliminated his regurgitation's, so we're keeping our fingers crossed in hopes that was the key.

    Regarding the scabs, the vet recommended using Bacitracin or some other ointment. We've been using it 3 times a day and the area has NOTICEABLY improved.

    Unfortunately not he's got some little red bumps on his body, which could either be bug bites, poison ivy, or something else. We're hoping it's nothing but are keeping an eye on it!

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    @ajwhitt44 <--- tagging a user, just type it out or copy/paste.

    So happy to here he isdoing a little better... the ointment will help the current sores, but you need to find out what they are and what is casuing it. Do you post any pictures of the sores?
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    @2BullyMama the sores have 100% vanished, so I was not able to get any pictures. He has a vet appointment on Wednesday for this 3rd round of shots, so I'll ask about them at that time.

    He as a couple pimples on his belly skin towards his crotch which we were a little curious about.

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