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Bubbles
Dog Kichi

Apr 22, 2003, 6:17 PM

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Re: [valerie] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Dear Valerie,

So sorry to reply u so late, I don't go on the net often. A few days maybe fatal to the dog, but don't worry. I just brought my dog to the vet for injection the 1st 3 days consecutively. Keeping her in the house, esp at night, don't want her to get cold. The rest was done by the vet. The main reason she survived was that the medicine was right and good for her. Sometimes it's hard to say, it works for this dog, might not work for another. What did your vet say? My vet gave me support and I think that's very important. At first I had brought my doggie to another vet, but he said she only had 10% chances of suvival, I didn't like his atitude so I didn't want him to treat her. If the vet doesn't have hope, he doesn't have the heart to try the best to save the dog. Hope your doggie can go through this. And just another word, petaling street's pet shops are very dirty, we don't know which animal is sick, and it's too crowded. I don't trust those people.


valerie
Novice

Apr 25, 2003, 8:14 PM

Post #27 of 38 (36941 views)
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Re: [Bubbles] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Smiledear bubble

thr last vet i saw is the one in upm hospital.but she just said that we could try to save her and that we shold not expect too muchUnsureUnsure she was really showing signs improvement this last few days but now she is eating less and less active..as you know the disease is up and down and i have been meaning to ask you after yous chow chow has recovered, is there any side effect to her?? cox i read in the internet that they will have all sorts of permanent damage aftermath.anyway if i were to get another dogggie i have to wait al least 6 months ..

well thanx for your reply

and best wishes

val


Bubbles
Dog Kichi

May 1, 2003, 12:59 AM

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Re: [valerie] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Dear Val,

I didn't know if there's any side-effort, as she was stolen when she was 7 months old. Hope yours get well soon. If you want, I can give you my vet's no.


valerie
Novice

May 14, 2003, 3:26 AM

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Re: [Bubbles] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

dear bubble
hi there my sasha passed away a few weeks ago but i am ready for another in a few months time.i was wondering when i went to this drben in taman desa about my sasha ..he mentioned that he once treated a distemper chow chow before but it was stolen at a later time..was that your chow chow??the doctor from taman bukit desa? he is so nice and patient.


Bubbles
Dog Kichi

May 14, 2003, 7:44 PM

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Re: [valerie] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi Val,

Is it Dr. Ben? He's a very nice guy, yes, he really loves animals ( from what I see). Your poor doggie, you would have to be more careful next time. What I do is, don't let the dog stay in the front garden where there might be sick dogs walk by. Try not to bring him/her out before he/she has finished all three injections.


valerie
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May 20, 2003, 9:18 PM

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Re: [Bubbles] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

hey bubbles good day!

thanx for the adviceSmile i am staying in a condo so fat chance for him to get contact with another doggie and yes will not bring her out efore all the vac are done though i will remember sasha in my memery but at the same time am still excited about getting another one but first must do soem homework first Wink

so do you still keep a doggie now??


kennykh
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Sep 30, 2004, 5:09 AM

Post #32 of 38 (35789 views)
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Re: [Bubbles] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

May i hav the contact for Dr B, my puppy supspected of distember today, intend to look for few vets hope one of them can help.


Bubbles
Dog Kichi

Oct 1, 2004, 2:09 AM

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Re: [kennykh] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi Kenny,

My goodness, how's your dog?

Well, pls look for Dr Ben, Tel: 79843852, the clinic is in Tmn Desa.

I'm going to another vet for my current dog: Dr. Heshmael in Dataran Sunway. Tel: 61562478. He used to be a vet in UK, I think he's quite experienced, and he's willing to tell you everything that he knows. There are two other lady vets there.

Good luck!


kennykh
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Oct 3, 2004, 10:12 AM

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Re: [Bubbles] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Thanks a lot. According to my vet he will try a so call "plama Theraphy" with the dog, bu now the problems is we need to seek for kind owner who hav a large breed dog with just vacinated 2weeks to 2 months time.We need the dog to donate some blood in order for us to do the "plasma Theraphy". Really appreacite any one can help pls try to send to all ur friends to help my little puppy's life. THanks


shockmesane
Dog Kichi


Oct 11, 2004, 3:10 PM

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Hi kenny,

How's your dog doing ? I wonder if my reply is rather late.

I've not heard of plasma therapy before. However, it could be a variation of another treatment I know, which is utilising the blood serum. You still need a large breed dog without known immune system disorder, 8-12 months old, full vaccinated. It is to induce the antiviral factor by using a vaccine. If your doctor is willing to try this, please let me know. I have the sources for the vaccine. The only thing lacking is donor dog.

Hope to hear from you.
Jack


samantha_cms
Novice


Oct 29, 2004, 7:37 AM

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dear shockmesane,

thanks for ur concern. my Genii is much more better now. she stopped all the medicine and therapy. if nothing goes wrong, she can take the second vaccine on next tuesday. WinkWink

She is really tough n lucky. so i changed her name to "LUCKY GENII" SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile


aileen100
Novice


Jan 10, 2005, 4:45 PM

Post #37 of 38 (34847 views)
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Hello Bubbles!!

I think my pup might be having the symptoms of this distemper! I've brought her to the vet and he did not give me a confirm answer, but he said it looks like it!

Its great to hear that your dog survived this horrible virus! It also gives me some hope! What did you feed your dog during her illness??? Any vits etc to boost her immune system? Anything I can give her?

I'm now letting her eat watever she wanna eats so that she'll gain weight and energy to fight it!!

Please help!
FrownFrownFrownFrown~AILEEN~FrownFrownFrown


vkin
Novice


Feb 4, 2005, 11:07 PM

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Re: [melanie] Distemper [In reply to] Can't Post

Stray cats do not spread distemper to dogs. They may get it from other dogs or also those poo around the area... Don't let your puppy out of the house, until he/she is strong and big enough.

Not necessarily 100% all distemper patients die. I have been doing alot of reading about it. If it is detected early, and good care is given, your puppy will live - but continuous great care must be given.

My puppy died of distemper. So take my advice, if your puppy has flu and cough, and even lil discharge from the eyes, please don't take it lightly. Immediately go to the vet, a good vet. Too many 'lousy' vets around. I have had my share of bad experience of vets.

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