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Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5378
07/08/02 05:25 AM
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<img border="0" alt="clap" title="" src="graemlins/yelclap.gif" /> Great news Shannon. Hopefully the vet will be able to recommend a way to adjust his diet so that he doesn't need the meds any longer.


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Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5379
07/08/02 05:36 AM
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anyone have suggestions as to what i should do if the vet just says more meds? maybe another vet for 2nd opinion just to be safe?
anyone happen to know of any in orlando ?
this all seemed to happen when he started marking like crazy....how long should i wait till he is better before I start introducing them again ?

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5380
07/08/02 10:49 AM
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My understanding of the meds...it was given because he had chewed on himself. Thus they were to prevent him getting infected in that area. Depends on any more damage as to wither the meds need to go another round.

Main concern that needs to be addressed is how to keep this guy from becoming constipated in the first place. This should be the topic of discussion when you go back to your vet. Wither this be with mineral oil, Laxatone or orange juice. Prevention seems to be the key issue here as he seems to suffer from cronic constipation.

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5381
07/08/02 11:13 PM
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Assuming that he has no sort of infection or any damage, then I would agree no medicine is necessary. There is no reason to give a medicine unless there is a definately problem. Constipation should be easily controlled by a diet change. I do hope that he is doing much better and your vet can give you clear results.

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5382
07/09/02 02:42 PM
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I have 3 hours to decide to do surgery ....or have him put to sleep......the rectal wall ruptured and fecal matter is seeping out the wrong hole
vet says he has 20 percent chance to live through the surgury, may have to have it more then once....then battle witht he possibility of self mutilation....
ill be on aim as cretins21
I need opinions please
I dont know what to do

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5383
07/09/02 03:03 PM
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Shannon, I am so sorry to hear such terrible news. This has got to be a horrible time for you and for your little one too.

It would be a long and difficult road to recovery should you elect to have the surgery done.

The hardest part of loving someone is...letting go. <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/crying.gif" /> <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/crying.gif" /> <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/crying.gif" /> <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/crying.gif" />

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5384
07/09/02 03:24 PM
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Oh my gosh...that is terrible. I am so sorry to hear that. I'm not sure what I would do in that situation. On one hand, you don't want him to suffer but on the other hand, you want to try and save him. I think you should do what feels right in your heart and whatever you choose, both you and your glider will know it's the right decision. I'm going to IM you...

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5385
07/09/02 03:46 PM
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I have just spoken with Shannon. He has made the choice to put his little one to sleep.
He did this with input from the vet. And with much love for his little boy.
He is so heart broken right now and is going to spend the next few hours with his glider.

He asked that I post and let you all know. He also said that after the little one crosses the Rainbow Bridge he will post and let us all know.

Shannon is a very stong man. I have spoken with him few times and you cant help but love him when you speak with him.

So he needs our support now. It has been a very hard decison to make and I must say he has done it with all the love a human can have.


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Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5386
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Shannon,

I am so so so sorry. My thoughts are with you and your little one.

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5387
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Shannon, I am also so very sorry, please take comfort that Mad Mardigan is not in any more pain, and won't have to go thru a difficult and painful recovery. He is waiting for you now on the other side. With many prayers for peace and comfort for you and scorch and many many glider hugs..
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Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5388
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I am very sorry that both of you have had to go through this. My prayers are with you.

Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5389
07/09/02 07:07 PM
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Shannon,

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Mad Mardegan.


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Re: abcessed anal gland? [Re: ] #5390
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