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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    Thank you everyone for the thoughts and prayers. I wasn't going to bring her in but then she threw up so I said lets go. When we got to the vet Harlea had no interest in any of the other pups that were there which is not normal for her at all. The vet tech called us back and was in a state of shock as they had never seen Harlea like this before. Same with the vet when she walked in. Once we got in better light and had non-colored gauze to wipe her nose it was plain as day that the discharge was green. The vet listened to everything and could hear just a bit in her lungs so it looks like we caught it early before it turned in to full blown pneumonia and is more of an upper respiratory infection but is right on the edge between the two. After the nebulizer treatment you could tell she was feeling a bit better as she had interest in other dogs again but we aren't out of the woods yet. She is on another antibiotic for the this infection ad the one for her staph infection now.

    I asked how this could happen when she was already on an antibiotic to begin with and the Vet told us that the one she is on for the staph is well suited for skin aliments but not respiratory infections so that could be why the infection still got through.

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    Yeah I am just so worried for my baby. She is resting in her crate right now but doesn't want to eat her dinner which the vet told us was possible due to the meds they gave her in the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    Yeah I am just so worried for my baby. She is resting in her crate right now but doesn't want to eat her dinner which the vet told us was possible due to the meds they gave her in the office.

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    I'm sure she's just worn out from the trip to the vets… she needs her rest!!! Hopefully she will feel better by tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I'm sure she's just worn out from the trip to the vets… she needs her rest!!! Hopefully she will feel better by tomorrow
    That's what I am hoping. It is going to be a rough next couple of days.

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    Try to take it easy. I know none of us ever do but try. Im sure she will feel better really soon. Resting is exactly what she needs to be doing right now. At least you get to be with her during the day.
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    She is in her crate right now and doesn't want to come out. She didn't really eat but now she is licking banana and pumpkin baby food off of a spoon and still drinking so it is a start. Trying to keep myself calm right now is the hard part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    She is in her crate right now and doesn't want to come out. She didn't really eat but now she is licking banana and pumpkin baby food off of a spoon and still drinking so it is a start. Trying to keep myself calm right now is the hard part.
    How is your baby doing today?

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    @pdolphin27 It was a rough night but she is going a little better. Her breathing has improved tremendously but she is still blowing all kinds of crap out of her nose. She is a little more lively as well and ate half of her breakfast this morning so I think we are on the road of recovery. We have a follow up call with the vet this afternoon to see if we need to do some other things. She was supposed to have another breathing treatment today, but the vet wants to wait until later this afternoon to make that decision or not. Thank you for asking.
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    Poor baby, I hope and pray she'll feel better. Sorry you have to go through this, you've got a lot on your plate right now.

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    Sweet baby girl!! I am so thankful you got her in, what a wonderful daddy you are! Ask the vet if steam treatments will help, not sure if it's in her lungs so ask first, when it's upper respiratory it really helps. Just turn in the shower on hot hot, and let her breathe the steam. Doors shut and no fan on. 10-15 minutes is good, it gets warm in there. I usually stay in too, when it gets too uncomfortable for me then I know it's time to leave.


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    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    Sweet baby girl!! I am so thankful you got her in, what a wonderful daddy you are! Ask the vet if steam treatments will help, not sure if it's in her lungs so ask first, when it's upper respiratory it really helps. Just turn in the shower on hot hot, and let her breathe the steam. Doors shut and no fan on. 10-15 minutes is good, it gets warm in there. I usually stay in too, when it gets too uncomfortable for me then I know it's time to leave.


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    Great idea, just like we did with the kids when they were little and had croup!! It Worked wonders.
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    I'm just reading this today Todd. Hope Harleas doing better...I would imagine its a good sign when it all starts coming out..it's not clogging up her insides now..hopefully in a day or two she's back to normal. Prayers out to Harlea and you!

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