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    Default Re: Throwing up,bleeding and so red :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Jassimoo View Post
    Thank you to everyone for the advice! Stanlee does go to dr g Jeanie! Haha
    Wow small world then. I really like Dr. G but with food he's like any other vet, they just don't know what's out there that's better. I had a talk with him about foods a couple years back. But I also think his office staff is rude and short at times. You should put a call into Dr. G and let him know that you took Stanley for a second opinion and what the other vet diagnosed him with - personally I think he needs to know that.

    The white hair does shed more but I don't think it's more prone to hair loss? Who's your other vet? I always like to keep my options open and there has been a few times I thought of switching, mainly cause he's hard to get into. He sure is nice though.
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    So sorry you're going through all of this with your baby. I, too, have an EB that's 95% white. He's has many many issues in his 4 short years of life�� The environmental allergy test is nothing more than drawing blood. My Bodie is allergic to ALL grasses, dust & storage mites! You know, 3 things that I can do very little about! The only way to know if its a food allergy is by a food trial, 12 weeks of a special food that contains a protein that your bully has never eaten before, i.e. buffalo, kangaroo, lamb, etc...and NO treats or even toys that have a flavor. After the 12 weeks, if his skin has cleared, along w/possible antibiotics, he is given a small amount of the food that he originally was eating, if he flares up, then it's one or more of the ingredients in that food! But then it comes down to, which ingredient?!? That's why a very limited ingredient food is best to begin with. I have heard that chicken and beef, grains, have some of the highest reports of allergies in canines. With my Bodie, it's been and will continue to be a lifelong battle�� his skin will clear up after a 6 week round of antibiotics, he'll be clear and beautiful for a month or less and then, BAM, 12 spots will appear, then the next thing you know he'll be covered in sores. We've actually been to many specialists, dermatologists, even NC State vets, he's been put on Atopica, which is cyclosporine modified, which he didn't respond to at all, $150 a month! I really do hope you can find out what is wrong with Stanlee, and I pray that it isn't allergies�� because its a battle, a very expensive battle, and a very heartbreaking battle when you try to give your EB the best life possible and end up being helpless.

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    Poor Bodie! I'm so happy that Bodie has a mom that's willing to do whatever it takes to keep him healthy. I guess at the end of the day our boys are just lucky to have us and we are lucky to have them. It really touches me how much everyone loves their bullies it's nice to have so many people to relate to.

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    @BodiesMom, have tried cooking for your bully?

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    Stanlee has giardia poor lil guy he has been through so much and he is such a trooper he is on some meds for it and I'm just praying they work! I'll find out in 2 weeks if he tests negative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jassimoo View Post
    Stanlee has giardia poor lil guy he has been through so much and he is such a trooper he is on some meds for it and I'm just praying they work! I'll find out in 2 weeks if he tests negative.
    UGH --- be very careful to properly clean up after him... it is contagious to humans and animals. Hope he feels better soon
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