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#199519 - 12/15/11 09:23 AM Re: Kelso is home [Re: Mary Jane]
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LOVE LOVE LOVE the smile!!!!!!!
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#199543 - 12/15/11 10:52 AM Re: Kelso is home [Re: GraciesMommy]
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Kelso, I am glad to see you smile. Maybe you should have your mom check out Rosa sporting her niffy red snow suit. That would help those naked areas you have, so you could enjoy the snow.
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#199550 - 12/15/11 11:15 AM Re: Kelso is home [Re: Wisc.Tiger_Val]
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huggingsending you a healthy cyber boost Kelso. You keep getting better!

huggingto Allie too!

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#199650 - 12/15/11 07:00 PM Re: Kelso is home [Re: Furonthefloor]
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Kelso, you are looking so much better! I hope you continue to do better each day!
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#199671 - 12/15/11 08:55 PM Re: Kelso is home [Re: PositiveDog]
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You can tell by the look in Kelso's eyes that he is happy to be home where he belongs. hug paw
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#199825 - 12/16/11 03:34 PM Re: Kelso is home [Re: SeanRescueMom]
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Aww...glad he's home and causing cone damage! Always a good sign! And Anna sayz: Don't worry Kel, chicks dig scarz. wink
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#199849 - 12/16/11 06:19 PM Re: Kelso is home [Re: aubie]
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Handsome boy will be ready for the snow when it hits!
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#199904 - 12/16/11 11:59 PM Re: Kelso is home [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Originally Posted By: MaxaLisa
Originally Posted By: kelso
.....She called today, the wound grew a bug, the urine did not so it was not systemic which is good.....


Interesting way to think about it - sure is a logical! I do know that tick diseases will *not* culture in urine, yet are systemic, so there might possibly be some holes in that theory for some infections? Very interested to hear what's in that wound.

Poor guy, looks like he's been through WWIII. Now let's hope that there is a clear path back to food health crossedfingers

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The culture grew beta hemolytic streptococcus. I know it is normal to have strep on the skin in humans and assume it is the same for dogs. My theory still is the sweater/breaking out of the crate caused the break in the skin which allowed it to become infected as his immune system is so suppressed. The vets say vasculitis. Who knows, he had some strange symptoms before he even wore the sweater so I just don't know.

I thought it was different about the conclusion that the the infection was not systemic as it was not in his urine. In humans we always do blood cultures, I have seen many times where a pneumonia will cause bacteria in the blood - but the patient will not have bacteria in the urine. She said it was different in dogs, that blood cultures are hard to get so they come to different conclusions based on the urine.
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#199908 - 12/17/11 12:36 AM Re: Kelso is home [Re: aubie]
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Originally Posted By: aubie
Aww...glad he's home and causing cone damage! Always a good sign! And Anna sayz: Don't worry Kel, chicks dig scarz. wink


lol! Bianca I loved the "patchwork" comment as well. I was thinking the same thing smile

Thanks for all the comments, will have to look into a snow suit but sure didn't have much luck with that dang sweater thinking

I sure hope he is feeling better for the snow! buriedinsnow
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#199909 - 12/17/11 12:50 AM Re: Kelso is home [Re: kelso]
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Oh and we got rid of the cone after it split.

now he has one of those donut things you blow up around his neck...actually seems to like it ok and it doesn't cause the mass destruction the cone did lol!

If anyone has to have a dog in a cone for a long period of time I think the soft inflatable ones are great! They can see better as well
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