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    I would see the vet if your baby have swollen bloated stomach - im not saying it a bloat -it could be anything but when their belies are swollen i wouldn't risk it
    Maybe try to telephone your vet and explain what is wrong with your baby ,im sure your vet will be able to advise you if appointment is needed
    This are some signs to look for in bloat
    The classic signs of bloat are restlessness and pacing, salivation, retching, unproductive attempts to vomit, and enlargement of the abdomen. The dog may whine or groan when you press on his belly. Thumping the abdomen produces a hollow sound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pati Robins View Post
    I would see the vet if your baby have swollen bloated stomach - im not saying it a bloat -it could be anything but when their belies are swollen i wouldn't risk it
    Maybe try to telephone your vet and explain what is wrong with your baby ,im sure your vet will be able to advise you if appointment is needed
    This are some signs to look for in bloat
    The classic signs of bloat are restlessness and pacing, salivation, retching, unproductive attempts to vomit, and enlargement of the abdomen. The dog may whine or groan when you press on his belly. Thumping the abdomen produces a hollow sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deniztokcan View Post
    Ty for the interest ... The antibiotics was i believe for a possible infection on the private part ...
    , ive finished the pills but not much change , ive been gettb humongous bills from vets for awile and in tryn to find the issue by myself ... I am keeping myself very busy with making them happy. Taking them everywhere , buyin toys showing love ... I mean anxiety shouldnt be a reason . Only thing is we hae adopted a new english bulldog 1,5 month and a half ago shes a seeetheart and cappuccino was a little jealous ... He goes and steal her toys , sleep on her bed etc ...
    I was very worried cause the panting was extreme and the heartbeat is going extreme ... It usually happens during night ... The stomach looks bigger than usual (kinda swollen ) but the red thngs goes and comes back ... I assume when he lies on carpets it gets worse ... But would that cause the panting?
    It is so hard to deal with somethng you dont know ...
    He had red things between is toes but the reason was salmon oil so i quit it and it kinda got better .

    has the vet checked his heart? EKG or ultrasound?
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    I am of no help all I can do is send positive thoughts and prayers

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    Does he get a rash or bumps on his belly??? Does it happen every night or just occasionally?

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    I am of no help here but just wanted to send prayers and hugs your way.

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    Today i couldnt stand seeing him like this . So i took him to vet
    yup an other $250 for tests and lets see what the treatment going to cost .
    This is my third vet that i have changed . There are thick redness around the paws and very red around the belly . He scratches incrediably and i can see him running around . The vet did some tests so he got mange
    We are waiting for the blood results and the rest if there is somethng else as well.
    We had this issue on the past but it was on his head and back side ... Its weird that it changed places .
    I am worried because ivermectin is a good drug to cure it but my pppr boy had really bad reaction on the injections . So i remember we made him took lower doses on pills . He also told me to use advantage multi twice instead of once a month for now !! Is that really necessary? I mean does flea stuff are sp expensive my wallet is draining .
    I already feed them raw .
    I just want to make him relief and feel better till the vet finds hom good cure .
    I put a little iodine mixed with water and today i put some hydrogene perpxide miced with water and gve him bath ...
    It helped a little but just a little . Also i keep putting benadyl creme on the red areas and when i put the creme he bites his tongue ... I can understand he is huge pain !
    Anyone has tried some howm remedies that helped to relax their pain? Also i have an other bully (latte) will that be transmitted to her ?

    Any tought any ideas ?

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    What about yeast? Could it be a yeast infection?

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    It really sounds like allergies, I hope they run an allergy panel on him. I know there are Bulldogs that are allergic to grass for crying out loud. Once they'd do that it would give you some kind of an idea what he's having problems with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deniztokcan View Post
    Today i couldnt stand seeing him like this . So i took him to vet
    yup an other $250 for tests and lets see what the treatment going to cost .
    This is my third vet that i have changed . There are thick redness around the paws and very red around the belly . He scratches incrediably and i can see him running around . The vet did some tests so he got mange
    We are waiting for the blood results and the rest if there is somethng else as well.
    We had this issue on the past but it was on his head and back side ... Its weird that it changed places .
    I am worried because ivermectin is a good drug to cure it but my pppr boy had really bad reaction on the injections . So i remember we made him took lower doses on pills . He also told me to use advantage multi twice instead of once a month for now !! Is that really necessary? I mean does flea stuff are sp expensive my wallet is draining .
    I already feed them raw .
    I just want to make him relief and feel better till the vet finds hom good cure .
    I put a little iodine mixed with water and today i put some hydrogene perpxide miced with water and gve him bath ...
    It helped a little but just a little . Also i keep putting benadyl creme on the red areas and when i put the creme he bites his tongue ... I can understand he is huge pain !
    Anyone has tried some howm remedies that helped to relax their pain? Also i have an other bully (latte) will that be transmitted to her ?

    Any tought any ideas ?

    My recomendation for fleas/ mange , serious skin problem is "Happy Jack Kennel Dip". You can order it online or check your local farm store or feed mill. It's not expensive and it really really works for serious skin issues. when mixed with water, it turns the water milky looking. and smells decent and can be used every week to ten days. I haven't needed it for many years, but it has always worked when things were really bad
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    He has mange + pneumnia (severe)
    Vet gave me cephelex antibiotic 500 twice a day hopefully it helps

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    Poor baby! Feel better soon pup
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