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    LOL!!!

    nxt time you're all in the gym, think of Baxters smegma LOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter Tiberius View Post
    LOL!!!

    nxt time you're all in the gym, think of Baxters smegma LOL!!
    Awesome... LMAO!!!


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    Eeeiuw! Thank goodness we've never had this issue with Charley. He was over a year old when neutered. Sounds gross!


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    I have only had two male dogs-and they were neutered, both were two years of age. They never had any secretions-though I know some amount of smegma is normal, as it happens with equines, also. But what you are describing with @Baxter Tiberius sounds like too much discharge. It sounds to me like some type of infection. I would have it checked out...
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    Have you been able to see the vet yet? Hopefully Baxter is doing better.


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    I spoke to the breeder and he is 100% convinced that the abundance of smegma is a sign of a minor infection in there. So I gave him some antibiotic, and surprisingly, within 24 hours the drops stopped. We have a vet appointment on monday for his kidney ultrasound, so I will ask the doc about a topical antibiotic maybe for long term use.

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    @Baxter Tiberius, so glad to hear you're making progress. Best wishes! I know how unnerving it is when our babies are not feeling well.


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    So I finally brought Baxter to Miami Vet Specialists to get that Ultrasound they recommended back in December.

    She said his ultrasound was clear, aside from a very small cyst that shouldn’t be of consequence. But they would like to monitor it ongoing for size increase, or multiplying.

    Then she got all serious, and had this dire tone in her voice. She said puppies his age should never have (even slightly) elevated creatinine levels. The presence of such is an indicator of kidney insufficiency, and means he may not live very long. That’s almost a direct quote. She said things *seemed* okay with the Ultrasound. But elevated Creatinine was the problem, and in order for her to know if there was a problem on the cellular level, she would have to do a kidney biopsy. His level was 1.8 (range up to 1.5).

    They did a urine culture and re-ran his kidney bloodwork. The Ultrasound was $380 and consult was $90. But they handed me a bill for $1,200. That’s some expensive bloodwork (?????).

    Her comments about his potential impending death really have hung over me all day.
    Even though in hindsight, she didn’t have any new information other than a clean Ultrasound.
    I am now trying to determine how her reaction to bloodwork run way back in January could be so extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter Tiberius View Post
    So I finally brought Baxter to Miami Vet Specialists to get that Ultrasound they recommended back in December.

    She said his ultrasound was clear, aside from a very small cyst that shouldnít be of consequence. But they would like to monitor it ongoing for size increase, or multiplying.

    Then she got all serious, and had this dire tone in her voice. She said puppies his age should never have (even slightly) elevated creatinine levels. The presence of such is an indicator of kidney insufficiency, and means he may not live very long. Thatís almost a direct quote. She said things *seemed* okay with the Ultrasound. But elevated Creatinine was the problem, and in order for her to know if there was a problem on the cellular level, she would have to do a kidney biopsy. His level was 1.8 (range up to 1.5).

    They did a urine culture and re-ran his kidney bloodwork. The Ultrasound was $380 and consult was $90. But they handed me a bill for $1,200. Thatís some expensive bloodwork (?????).

    Her comments about his potential impending death really have hung over me all day.
    Even though in hindsight, she didnít have any new information other than a clean Ultrasound.
    I am now trying to determine how her reaction to bloodwork run way back in January could be so extreme.
    she based all that on three month old results?? I so hope she is wrong and you get better info from the new blood tests.
    @RiiSi may have some guidance
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    How has his diet been lately? If I remebmer correctly, you're feeding raw and still quite limited. A lot of protein can in some cases raise Creatinine in the blood. They sure know how to bill, if nothing else. Hopefully you get some answers for that money.

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    I found this info that may be useful. I sure hope the new tests show different results.

    Reasons Your Petís Blood Creatinine Level Might Be High :

    Kidney disease Ė lack of kidney filtering ability necessary to keep the level of waste products in you petís blood within normal limits (60-75% loss).

    High creatinine levels can also be caused by a decrease in fluid volume in the blood circulation of your pet (hypovolemia) or dehydration, severe heart disease (or ACE inhibitor drugs used to treat it). An obstruction of any sort in your petís urinary system that impedes the flow of urine can also raise blood creatinine levels. It is possibly that a small elevation could be caused by a very high protein diet or recent meal.

    Depending on how the test is performed, high blood glucose, vitamin C supplements and certain antibiotics (cephalsporins) can falsely raise creatinine readings.

    Greyhound dogs (probably due to their large muscle mass and possibly also in other sight hounds (ref)) have normally higher blood creatinine levels. (Whereas a blood level of 1.0 mg/dl is high-end-normal in most dogs, 1.6 is normal in a greyhound.)


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