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    Glad Radar did so well for surgery! You know your dog best, if you feel that's what he needs to stay calm, maybe just a small dose with supervision, that's a good idea to maybe try the Benedryl, we are all praying for you guys!


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    Get well soon, Radar. We want you to be all better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bengardradar View Post
    I Google it and read scary things and posts that say it is fine. I am so confused maybe I can get the same result with benadryl
    That is not a bad idea.... benedryl could make him tired enough to be lazy for you
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    I'm sorry to hear that. For the future if it would come down to surgery or you just simply need rehabilitation, I recently bought an IDC multifunctional vest by julius k9. One of the functions is rehabilitation. As a swimming vest its practical help for hydro- therapy with reducing or increasing the number of the floating pads you can change the level of excercises. With a strong handle and a ring for the leash its easy to control or hold your dog. Maybe once It is actually highly recommended for those dog breeds (English and French Bulldogs) which are more challenged in swimming due to their physical abilities. Also when (or if you) are going up on stares, you can grab your dog by the handle to decrease pressure on their spinal cord and sensitive joints. I would definitely give a shot for this vest. Even if you decided it is not the product that would help you, you will have a neoprene jacket, which will protect your dog from the rain, wind and cold. Hoping the best for you!

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    We made it home today from surgery he is wiped out from not being at home so he is sleeping. The more I read about ace the more scared I get I need him to sleep when I am at work. How much benadryl can I give him? I read anywhere from 1 to 2 MG per pound
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    wishing radar a speedy recovery.
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    Sorry to hear he has gone through surgery again and are happy to hear all went well and he is back at home
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    Glad things went well. Hope Radar feels better soon!

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