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My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics

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Piel clara fotos de desnudos. This is known as anal sac expression or emptying, and the procedure should be Treatment. When a dog's anal sacs are swollen and inflamed they are The skin is cleaned after expression with an antibacterial read more such as Chlorhexidine.

If your dog was scooting because the anal sacs were full, expect the scooting. Causes include itching from food allergies, diarrhea, and pain from inflammation or constipation. Treatment · Ask the Vet. Anal Sac My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics & Scooting. When a dog's anal sacs are irritated or Your dog's entire bottom can become hot, swollen, and infected.

With enough swelling, the anal sac bursts open and drains.

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If you've seen your dog scooting across the room on his bottom, it could be a sign From Our Sponsor Dogs have two small pouches on either side of their anus. Your vet will wash out the sacs and give your dog antibiotics. An untreated infection will develop into an abscess (a swollen, tender mass of. Treatment for impaction involves expressing or emptying the sacs. Most dogs will require pain relief medications for several days until the swelling and to control bowel movements, with constant leakage of feces from your dog's anus.

Anal sac abscess tends to occur after an impacted anal gland has become so severely swollen and infected that the anal sac forms an abscess and ruptures. located on either side of a dog's anus, at approximately four and eight o'clock. Treatment: When the anal My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics disease is at the impaction stage, the most common. For a couple of days after visiting the vet he seemed better, not smelling as much and no leaking, but yesterday I noticed that he was staining the carpet again and the smell is back.

I am not sure My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics to take him back to the vet, or to wait until his course of medication has completed? I was interested in the outcome. I am hopeful the dog was taken back to the Vet for further treatment. Also, I want to know that the dog is okay. I am surprised that there was no feedback about what this person needed to do. My Boston terrier started with the fishy odor smellscooting on the carpetand licking!

Can the empting of the anal sacs or them filling weaken her sphincter overtime? Arr these common issues with dogs with anal sacs like this? My dog just got the anal sac surgery the drain is in and will be removed wednesday. What other ways can I help with comfort for her back area besides the pain meds given once a day.

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She seems very uncomfortable wanting to sit on the surgery site and wanting to lick it. Papillon puppy has been displaying some of these behaviors, but has now gotten sick, fever oftrembling, accelerated heart rate Could this My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics from an infection in the glands? So yeah l come from parents that no matter how its hurts it will clear up.

I will take to the vet soon but does the infection effect me? Can sit with her on the sofas and sleep with her on my bed? This web page it transfer to me? My dog the past 2 My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics has had blood in her stool. It was understood that it was anal gland issues and that they could worsen some day. Some days there was a lot of blood, others there was no blood for days in her stool.

Well 2 days ago, my dog was taken out to go to the bathroom, had a bowel movement and urinated like normal, there was no blood this time.

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About 2 hours later we noticed an egg sized lump next to her anus. We took her to the emergency Xxx video suni loun, they lanced the anal gland and sent her home.

She seems not be in pain anymore but the swelling hasn't decreased as much as I would like to see. I've done warm compresses and kept her away from the area very well.

I'm just worried that this was a way to only buy more time for my dog and that in a week this could happen again and we will have to lance it again. So what are my chances that this helped enough to get her through the rest of her life that she may have with us? This has also My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics her to urinate in the house a couple times because I believe the pressure of the anal gland being abscessed put so much pressure on her bladder.

My dog is having anal gland problems. His butt is swollen and hes constantly licking. I thought it would clear up on its My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics as it has in the past. My father just died of cancer and havent had an extra second to take to the vet but plan on taking him this week!!

For sure. I dont know what to do im scared and dont know how much this is going to cost. After paying for my fathers funeral. But will take chico to the vet. Just wondering an approximate cost. And chico is kind of aggressive and wont let us touch his butt so any kind of topical is out! So confused and sad!

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I have My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics 12 week old puppy. He leaks anul fluid daily. I had him checked out by the Vet and he has no swelling or infection.

She was not concerned. However, I can't pick him up without having this problem. He has perfectly formed stools. Eats a high quality diet and take probiotics. Will he grow out of this? I tried adding pumpkin to his diet. After many days still no change.

Is there anything else I can try? I have a rescue dog that is either a chiweenie or a min pin, depending on which vet you ask. About 2 months ago he started this weird behavour where he starts furiously barking at his butt, becomes very agitated, and then appears to be trying to run away from himself.

He also does a bit of scooting. My husband took the dog to the vet and they expressed his glands. The symptoms appeared to subside, but it took a few days. Now two months later, these fits he's having are worse than ever. I've noticed he's now started chewing at his butt, but only on one side. He doesn't have any of the other symptoms of anal gland problems so I'm not sure what to think? My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics week I noticed a bump on the right side of my dogs butt.

I made an appointment to have it My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics out but it popped beforehand. I thought if I kept it clean and let it drain it would be fine, however it has not come back.

Last time it looked like it was already coming to head but this time it's just very pink and doesn't look like it's coming to a head. She didn't mind me looking at it last time, but now she's bothered by me even lifting up her tail.

It is important to have your Veterinarian look at the open wound as it may require check this out to help it heal. It may also be caused by a fistula, My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics or another disorder which may require more attention.

My shih Tzu is 10 years old and started having anal gland problems in the last six months. I took her to the vet they sedated her three different times and clean the anal gland out but each time it would not heal, she would wear the cone to help her not bite the area, they put her on antibiotics and steroids each time but she is not getting better.

The vet bill was over I don't want her to have to continue to go through this ordeal every few weeks, what can be done? I changed her food to grain free also adding fiber to her diet.

I've been cleaning the area daily, looks better for a week then ruptures again. My dogs stomach is extremely swollen, he has flies coated on him, won't eat, and can barely walk.

Help please. Have given him laxatives and gas drops to no avail. My dog has been licking his anus more than usual for the past 10 days. The area around the anus is now swollen. He's only licking-he is not scooting Is it possible this is impacted anal glands even though he's only licking and not doing the other things which normally go along with impacted anal glands?

Thank you! My friend's Labrador had a biopsy to check for pancreas problem. Nothing was wrong with his pancreas. Two days after the biopsy, her dog's condition deteriorated very fast. He had swollen anal glands, droopy red eyes and paralysis of the hind legs. He has no appetite. Appreciate your advice My dog has urinary incontinence when lying down. A week ago she had surgery to remove several skin cancers on her belly.

She was taking tramadol, carprofen and antibiotic.

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I have stopped all of these two days ago. I requested anal gland expression, but not positive if that was performed. What could be causing the incontinence? Urinary incontinence may be caused by many different causes in dogs, especially an old girl like Lilo which may include infection, spinal disorders, nerve inflammation, poisoning, urinary stones, tumours among other causes.

If the incontinence occurs only read more lying down, it may be a trapped nerve in a particular recumbency; you should return to your Veterinarian for urinalysis and a check up. Last week was my first time getting his anal sac glands emptied, first time I have even heard about the anal sac fluid.

However, the vet gave an ointment for the area for being red and I've been using a cone to stop him from licking but almost a week later the fluid still keeps coming out and he continues to scoot. Hi my dog has just had her annual glands empted is it normal for her to be lethargic and not eating andcdrinking. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success.

I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet.

I just heard back a My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet.

Which is right? Go here want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things.

She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics either.

She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough.

He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable.

He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him.

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He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer?

Saree Xxxnx Watch Amateur teens get asses pumped fukk of cum Video Spawn porn. I thought it would clear up on its own as it has in the past. My father just died of cancer and havent had an extra second to take to the vet but plan on taking him this week!! For sure. I dont know what to do im scared and dont know how much this is going to cost. After paying for my fathers funeral. But will take chico to the vet. Just wondering an approximate cost. And chico is kind of aggressive and wont let us touch his butt so any kind of topical is out! So confused and sad! I have a 12 week old puppy. He leaks anul fluid daily. I had him checked out by the Vet and he has no swelling or infection. She was not concerned. However, I can't pick him up without having this problem. He has perfectly formed stools. Eats a high quality diet and take probiotics. Will he grow out of this? I tried adding pumpkin to his diet. After many days still no change. Is there anything else I can try? I have a rescue dog that is either a chiweenie or a min pin, depending on which vet you ask. About 2 months ago he started this weird behavour where he starts furiously barking at his butt, becomes very agitated, and then appears to be trying to run away from himself. He also does a bit of scooting. My husband took the dog to the vet and they expressed his glands. The symptoms appeared to subside, but it took a few days. Now two months later, these fits he's having are worse than ever. I've noticed he's now started chewing at his butt, but only on one side. He doesn't have any of the other symptoms of anal gland problems so I'm not sure what to think? Last week I noticed a bump on the right side of my dogs butt. I made an appointment to have it checked out but it popped beforehand. I thought if I kept it clean and let it drain it would be fine, however it has not come back. Last time it looked like it was already coming to head but this time it's just very pink and doesn't look like it's coming to a head. She didn't mind me looking at it last time, but now she's bothered by me even lifting up her tail. It is important to have your Veterinarian look at the open wound as it may require antibiotics to help it heal. It may also be caused by a fistula, cyst or another disorder which may require more attention. My shih Tzu is 10 years old and started having anal gland problems in the last six months. I took her to the vet they sedated her three different times and clean the anal gland out but each time it would not heal, she would wear the cone to help her not bite the area, they put her on antibiotics and steroids each time but she is not getting better. The vet bill was over I don't want her to have to continue to go through this ordeal every few weeks, what can be done? I changed her food to grain free also adding fiber to her diet. I've been cleaning the area daily, looks better for a week then ruptures again. My dogs stomach is extremely swollen, he has flies coated on him, won't eat, and can barely walk. Help please. Have given him laxatives and gas drops to no avail. My dog has been licking his anus more than usual for the past 10 days. The area around the anus is now swollen. He's only licking-he is not scooting Is it possible this is impacted anal glands even though he's only licking and not doing the other things which normally go along with impacted anal glands? Thank you! My friend's Labrador had a biopsy to check for pancreas problem. Nothing was wrong with his pancreas. Two days after the biopsy, her dog's condition deteriorated very fast. He had swollen anal glands, droopy red eyes and paralysis of the hind legs. He has no appetite. Appreciate your advice My dog has urinary incontinence when lying down. A week ago she had surgery to remove several skin cancers on her belly. She was taking tramadol, carprofen and antibiotic. I have stopped all of these two days ago. I requested anal gland expression, but not positive if that was performed. What could be causing the incontinence? Urinary incontinence may be caused by many different causes in dogs, especially an old girl like Lilo which may include infection, spinal disorders, nerve inflammation, poisoning, urinary stones, tumours among other causes. If the incontinence occurs only whilst lying down, it may be a trapped nerve in a particular recumbency; you should return to your Veterinarian for urinalysis and a check up. Last week was my first time getting his anal sac glands emptied, first time I have even heard about the anal sac fluid. However, the vet gave an ointment for the area for being red and I've been using a cone to stop him from licking but almost a week later the fluid still keeps coming out and he continues to scoot.. Hi my dog has just had her annual glands empted is it normal for her to be lethargic and not eating andcdrinking. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success. I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland removed, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet. I just heard back a the roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet. Which is right? I want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things. She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not pooping either. She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough. He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable. He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him. He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer? He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass. The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. Some side-effects like vomiting and diarrhea are fairly common with amoxicillin. Allergic reaction is rarer, but can be more serious. As a penicillin, amoxicillin is one of the antibiotics most likely to cause an allergic reaction, although this is still extremely rare in dogs. Symptoms are typically limited to rash and watery eyes, but serious a life-threatening anaphylaxis is possible. Dogs that have had a prior reaction to another penicillin antibiotic should not take amoxicillin. Other beta-lactam antibiotics, like cephalosporins and cephamycins, should also be avoided, depending on the advice of a veterinarian. If your dog has had a reaction to amoxicillin, or another penicillin, you should mention this to the veterinarian any time an antibiotic is prescribed. Amoxicillin is a common broad-spectrum antibiotic that is prescribed to dogs for a number of different infections. Penicillin antibiotics, like amoxicillin, have one of the highest rates of allergic reaction in sensitive individuals. Serious reactions are rare, but can be life-threatening. There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. It is not known why some dogs have allergic reactions while others do not. You should look for symptoms of amoxicillin allergies in the following cases. An amoxicillin allergy will be diagnosed if your dog exhibits symptoms after beginning an amoxicillin regimen, and confirmed if the symptoms resolve themselves when the medication is discontinued. A previous allergic reaction to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotics would also be a reason to suspect amoxicillin allergies and avoid the drug. You should always mention previous drug reactions whenever a new medication is prescribed. If your dog exhibits unusual symptoms after starting amoxicillin or another medication, call the veterinarian and ask for advice. Severe symptoms like excessive swelling, trouble breathing, or collapse should be treated as an emergency. Mild symptoms will clear up without further treatment, but the veterinarian may need to prescribe a different antibiotic to fight the original infection. Severe rashes with blistering and broken skin may need to be treated with topical ointments to prevent further infection. Antihistamines and corticosteroids could also be prescribed to calm the immune system and reduce symptoms. Dogs with anaphylaxis should be given an epinephrine injection immediately. If you have a dog Epipen at your house, this will help, but your dog will still need immediate treatment. Your dog will need to stay in a veterinary hospital for a day or two until the symptoms have passed and all systems are functioning normally. Serious allergic reactions to amoxicillin are rare, and most dogs will make a complete recovery with veterinary treatment. There is no cure for an amoxicillin allergy however, so your dog will need to avoid amoxicillin and other penicillin antibiotics throughout his life. If your dog has experienced an anaphylactic reaction to a drug or any other allergen, discuss getting a dog Epipen with your veterinarian. An immediate injection administered at home can help your dog survive long enough to get treatment. Hi, my dog has been taking amoxicillin as per vets instructions for anal gland infection but has started developing symptoms of vomiting several hours after dosing and when taken with food. Should I stop or continue regardless until end of course. Thank u. My dog has a UTI. Can I give him amoxicillin? He's 52 lbs English Bulldog. He had surgery to have his eye removed about a month ago and was given Cipro mg twice a day for 14 days. But his urinating has changed in the last week or two. There are other causes of urine dribbling include urinary stones, tumours and prostate disorders; I would strongly recommend visiting your Veterinarian before giving amoxicillin to Fido. My dog ingested a mg amoxicillin pill and is very weak, drooling, and looks like she has pain. I don't have money to take her to the vet, but I don't want her to die. Please give me an advise on what should I do? Our daughter was prescribed amoxicillin for an ear infection and when trying to give it to her on the spoon yesterday a very small amount went on the floor - we think our dog 5 yr old corgi has licked it up. Today she has had swollen eye lids and a very swollen muzzle. She is squeaking in discomfort. Saw emergency vet earlier tonight before connecting the sudden illness with the amoxicillin. Vet said to just wait for the reaction to wear off. Knowing that this is a possible cause should we still follow this advice? Vet thought she might have eaten a wasp. Muzzle swelling has gone down now significantly. Advice appreciated! My dog got into a bottle of amoxicillin three days ago. We don't know how much she ate it was mg couldn't be more than 4 she has had frequent urination today peeing three times in a thirty minute time frame even in her cage. Should we see a vet or is this a common issue. She has no other problems shes been playful and going. My dog was prescribed biomox after she gave birth since she did have some difficulty while going in labor. I have given it to her twice now, and she is breathing heavily and when I am not with her she cries. Max was said to have canine distemper and was prescribed amoxicillin. Has has what looked like two seizers with drooling from the mouth and constant muscle tremors since. Hi, can I asked what happened after? A few days later he got his scrotum removed but they said he should still continue the amoxicillin along with the pain killers. He finished his pain killers a few days ago and now just has 4 amoxicillin pills left. I'm not sure if maybe he's having an allergic reaction or has an ear infection because of the antibiotics. Since he only has 4 pills of amoxicillin should I stop giving them to him or continue? He is also going back to the vet on Wednesday to get his stitches taken out. My puppy had a reaction to his vaccine shots and when he had bloody diarrhea the vet prescribed amoxicillin to ward against infection in the intestine walls. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic..

He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass.

The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Visit web page, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizingensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required.

Hello my dog My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed.

Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling.

He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing.

He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem?

So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected.

Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way?

Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream?

If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics her anal glands expressed. It was My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection visit web page ago.

She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph.

Grenadian Porn Watch Amateur nsfw boob pics Video 37270 Publicsex. What could be causing the incontinence? Urinary incontinence may be caused by many different causes in dogs, especially an old girl like Lilo which may include infection, spinal disorders, nerve inflammation, poisoning, urinary stones, tumours among other causes. If the incontinence occurs only whilst lying down, it may be a trapped nerve in a particular recumbency; you should return to your Veterinarian for urinalysis and a check up. Last week was my first time getting his anal sac glands emptied, first time I have even heard about the anal sac fluid. However, the vet gave an ointment for the area for being red and I've been using a cone to stop him from licking but almost a week later the fluid still keeps coming out and he continues to scoot.. Hi my dog has just had her annual glands empted is it normal for her to be lethargic and not eating andcdrinking. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success. I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland removed, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet. I just heard back a the roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet. Which is right? I want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things. She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not pooping either. She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough. He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable. He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him. He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer? He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass. The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. My dog has an abscessed anal gland and it's being treated I took him in to so it can be drained but he hasn't been eating and he is constipated. What can I do? Said it should be cleared up by today, Tuesday. It was doing well but today I think another is forming beneath it. Is it possible? I had taken my dog in for an abscessed anal gland and the vet gave procedures to follow and said to try to get everything out before the wound closed or it woukd come back and he would need to be sedated. Well it came back and it seems that now it's more painful than last time. This time he won't let me touch his tail. So would he need to be sedate? Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Anal Sac Disorders? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Anal sac impaction Infection Abscess. Causes of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Has Symptoms scooting. Add a comment to Chilly's experience. Has Symptoms Anal Itching. Add a comment to Shopie's experience. Medication Used Clindamycin. Add a comment to Roxie's experience. Has Symptoms Licking, not wanting to jump up or basically. Callum Turner, DVM. I understand your situation and condolences on the loss of your father, I know this is the last thing you want to be dealing with now. Add a comment to Chico's experience. Vet said to just wait for the reaction to wear off. Knowing that this is a possible cause should we still follow this advice? Vet thought she might have eaten a wasp. Muzzle swelling has gone down now significantly. Advice appreciated! My dog got into a bottle of amoxicillin three days ago. We don't know how much she ate it was mg couldn't be more than 4 she has had frequent urination today peeing three times in a thirty minute time frame even in her cage. Should we see a vet or is this a common issue. She has no other problems shes been playful and going. My dog was prescribed biomox after she gave birth since she did have some difficulty while going in labor. I have given it to her twice now, and she is breathing heavily and when I am not with her she cries. Max was said to have canine distemper and was prescribed amoxicillin. Has has what looked like two seizers with drooling from the mouth and constant muscle tremors since. Hi, can I asked what happened after? A few days later he got his scrotum removed but they said he should still continue the amoxicillin along with the pain killers. He finished his pain killers a few days ago and now just has 4 amoxicillin pills left. I'm not sure if maybe he's having an allergic reaction or has an ear infection because of the antibiotics. Since he only has 4 pills of amoxicillin should I stop giving them to him or continue? He is also going back to the vet on Wednesday to get his stitches taken out. My puppy had a reaction to his vaccine shots and when he had bloody diarrhea the vet prescribed amoxicillin to ward against infection in the intestine walls. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic. Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Was this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay. I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. 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He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics serious?

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His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland.

He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday.

I took her to the vet for treatment.

The anal glands on both sides of the anus are usually drained naturally when your dog has a bowel movement, but sometimes the fluid becomes too thick to be expressed and it will become impacted clogged up.

After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet.

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I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. My dog has an abscessed anal gland and it's being treated I took him in to so it can be drained but he hasn't been eating and he is constipated. What can I do? Said it should be cleared up by today, Tuesday. It was doing well but today I think another is forming beneath it. Is it possible? I had taken my dog in for an abscessed anal gland and the vet gave procedures to follow and said to try to get everything out before the wound closed or it woukd come back and he would need to be sedated. Well it came back and it seems that now it's more painful than last time. This time he won't let me touch his tail. So would he need to be sedate? Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Anal Sac Disorders? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Anal sac impaction Infection Abscess. Causes of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Has Symptoms scooting. Add a comment to Chilly's experience. Has Symptoms Anal Itching. Add a comment to Shopie's experience. Medication Used Clindamycin. Add a comment to Roxie's experience. Has Symptoms Licking, not wanting to jump up or basically. Callum Turner, DVM. I understand your situation and condolences on the loss of your father, I know this is the last thing you want to be dealing with now. Add a comment to Chico's experience. Has Symptoms excessive barking at butt. Anal gland issues can vary in severity and the irritation around the rear end may be due to the glands being impacted again, tumours, parasites, infection, trauma among other issues. Most likely it is the anal glands again if there was some improvement the last time that they were expressed, you should have your Veterinarian feel them again to determine if they should be expressed or another treatment antibiotics, surgical removal etc…. Add a comment to Theo's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms swelling and redness. Scooting his hind end along the ground. Add a comment to Isabel's experience. Shih Tzu. Has Symptoms Anal Gland not healing. If there is a chronic issue with the anal glands, it may be a case of having them removed whilst Chloe is still relatively young. Dietary changes are not usually effective with the healing of these types of cases, but increasing dietary fiber may help reduce any straining whilst defecating. I would speak with your Veterinarian about long term surgical options including removal of the anal glands as a last resort. Add a comment to Chloe's experience. Pit Bullmastiff. Has Symptoms Abdominal swelling, lethargy, anal. Without examining Brutus it is not possible for me to determine what the specific cause is; if the abdomen is distended it may be due to gas, fluid or fat. At this point you should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to determine the cause as there are many possibilities and giving laxatives may just make things worse in some cases. Get him to the vet ASAP! Add a comment to Brutus's experience. Bichon Frise. It is possible that he is having anal gland issues or the licking may be due to other sources of irritation which may include faecal irritation especially if long term diarrhoea etc… , anal trauma, foreign objects, tumours, parasites among other causes. 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You should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side as tumour and other serious conditions may occur in this area. Add a comment to Tobi's experience. Brussels griffon. Medication Used Rimadyl. Has has what looked like two seizers with drooling from the mouth and constant muscle tremors since. Hi, can I asked what happened after? A few days later he got his scrotum removed but they said he should still continue the amoxicillin along with the pain killers. He finished his pain killers a few days ago and now just has 4 amoxicillin pills left. I'm not sure if maybe he's having an allergic reaction or has an ear infection because of the antibiotics. Since he only has 4 pills of amoxicillin should I stop giving them to him or continue? He is also going back to the vet on Wednesday to get his stitches taken out. My puppy had a reaction to his vaccine shots and when he had bloody diarrhea the vet prescribed amoxicillin to ward against infection in the intestine walls. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic. Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Was this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay. I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. Without examining Lexy it is difficult to say what the specific cause is but if she has recently whelped I would say that the breathing changes are a normal response to pain after whelping but I cannot say for certain without examining her. Keep an eye on Lexy for the time being and visit your Veterinarian if you have any concerns. Add a comment to Lexy's experience. Pit Lab. Has Symptoms Muscle Tremors. Medication Used Amoxicillin. Add a comment to Max's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to Duma's experience. Has Symptoms Swelling. Add a comment to Louie's experience. Standard Poodle. I cannot condone the use or sale of antibiotics without a Veterinary Prescription; but antibiotic allergies may either be short term showing symptoms within a few hours or long term over the course of a day or so. Usually symptoms show as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, skin hives, rashes, itching and anaphylactic shock. 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She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation?

Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others.

If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics which he said will last for 14 days or so.

It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then.

Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right???

Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's learn more here hard to push when I take her outside, but so here she's only been successful with getting it out one time.

We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on.

Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there.

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He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture?

I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure.

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Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics is highly recommended.

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My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems??

It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing.

He is also very lethargic.

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He coughs from either a read article hernia pushing on his trachea or his My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage.

I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone.

I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing.

Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion.

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Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways.

Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic.

Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Here this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay.

I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. Without examining Lexy it is difficult to say what the specific cause is but if she has recently whelped I would say that the breathing changes are a normal response to pain after whelping but I cannot say for certain without examining her. Keep an My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics on Lexy for the time being and visit your Https://couple.reinedesneiges.best/article-hips-bace-sex.php if you have any concerns.

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Milf sex Watch Busty amateur lesbos dildoing pussies in trio Video Nude edmonton. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. 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Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Has Symptoms scooting. Add a comment to Chilly's experience. Has Symptoms Anal Itching. Add a comment to Shopie's experience. Medication Used Clindamycin. Add a comment to Roxie's experience. Has Symptoms Licking, not wanting to jump up or basically. Callum Turner, DVM. I understand your situation and condolences on the loss of your father, I know this is the last thing you want to be dealing with now. Add a comment to Chico's experience. Has Symptoms excessive barking at butt. Anal gland issues can vary in severity and the irritation around the rear end may be due to the glands being impacted again, tumours, parasites, infection, trauma among other issues. Most likely it is the anal glands again if there was some improvement the last time that they were expressed, you should have your Veterinarian feel them again to determine if they should be expressed or another treatment antibiotics, surgical removal etc…. Add a comment to Theo's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms swelling and redness. Scooting his hind end along the ground. Add a comment to Isabel's experience. Shih Tzu. Has Symptoms Anal Gland not healing. If there is a chronic issue with the anal glands, it may be a case of having them removed whilst Chloe is still relatively young. Dietary changes are not usually effective with the healing of these types of cases, but increasing dietary fiber may help reduce any straining whilst defecating. I would speak with your Veterinarian about long term surgical options including removal of the anal glands as a last resort. Add a comment to Chloe's experience. Pit Bullmastiff. Has Symptoms Abdominal swelling, lethargy, anal. Without examining Brutus it is not possible for me to determine what the specific cause is; if the abdomen is distended it may be due to gas, fluid or fat. At this point you should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to determine the cause as there are many possibilities and giving laxatives may just make things worse in some cases. Get him to the vet ASAP! Add a comment to Brutus's experience. Bichon Frise. It is possible that he is having anal gland issues or the licking may be due to other sources of irritation which may include faecal irritation especially if long term diarrhoea etc… , anal trauma, foreign objects, tumours, parasites among other causes. I would suggest having your Veterinarian have a feel of the glands and see if there are any abnormalities. Add a comment to Mac's experience. Labrador Retriever. Has Symptoms Unable to control bowel movement. Add a comment to Brownie's experience. Has Symptoms Urinary incontinence. Add a comment to Lilo's experience. Has Symptoms Licking at Genitals. Keep an eye on him for the time being and visit your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side. Add a comment to tobie's experience. Has Symptoms impacted anal gland. Add a comment to Dutchess's experience. Has Symptoms Fever. Coughing and Gagging When Eating. Add a comment to Copper's experience. It is possible that Tobi may have an anal gland issue especially if there has been some bad odours coming from his backend, without examining him and inserting a finger I cannot know for certain. You should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side as tumour and other serious conditions may occur in this area. Add a comment to Tobi's experience. Brussels griffon. Medication Used Rimadyl. Enrofloxacin, rimadyl, and tritop. Generally we like to clear the anal glands if possible to help to allow adequate drainage during treatment, usually as much pressure that you would be comfortable feeling on your eye; enrofloxacin is an all round antibiotic, Rimadyl carprofen is an antiinflammatory and the TriTop cream is a topical cream indicated for use with anal gland disorders among other conditions. For antibiotics I would have gone with amoxicillin but each Veterinarian has their own preference; I would continue to apply the cream as the pain will hopefully result in recovery. Add a comment to Alice's experience. Michele King, DVM. Thank you for your email. Typically, no treatment is needed after a normal anal gland expression, but without knowing her individual situation, I can't say whether she may not benefit from anti-inflammatory therapy. If your veterinarian has recommended it, it might be best to follow those recommendations. Add a comment to violet's experience. It is difficult to say what exactly is going on, the cause may or may not be related to the anal gland issue; you should make sure that Daisy is well hydrated in the meantime. The cause may be related to the anal gland issues, but may also be attributable to a gastrointestinal tract infection, protozoa, foreign objects, food intolerance among other issues. Your Veterinarian will have a better idea when they examine her on Saturday, but I cannot give you any constructive advice for today. Has Symptoms Tender. Any new lump or bump should be treated as being suspicious, you should keep an eye on it for a day or two to see if there are any changes in size, colour or shape; it is possible it may just be a bite or something similar, but if it is a bite it should disappear within a day or so. If it is still there Friday afternoon you should visit your Veterinarian to be on the safe side. Add a comment to Sebastian's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms fishy smell. Add a comment to Cooper's experience. Has Symptoms Constipation. It is not unusual for a dog to not want to defecate after an abscess, wait for another day if there is no crying or strange behaviour but plain canned pumpkin normally gets things moving. If you have any concerns return to your Veterinarian. Add a comment to Avi's experience. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to bear's experience. Has Symptoms Anal gland. If at any time she seems in distress or pain you should visit your Veterinarian immediately. Add a comment to Cali's experience. Has Symptoms Incontinance. Some faecal incontinence may occur after surgery in that area and you should give it some time, but should should be seeing some signs of improvement; check for sign of anal tone by touching around the anus with a pen lid to see if it moves or not. Give it a week or so but revisit your Veterinarian if there is no improvement. Add a comment to Pearl's experience. Has Symptoms Lethargy,loss of appetite,nausea. If one side of the anus is swollen it may be more serious than just an impacted anal gland, if the swelling is bigger than a pea then you should return to your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side to determine whether it is a swollen gland or another cause. Add a comment to Poopadoo's experience. Has Symptoms Licking. I'm not sure how long Penny has been on medication, but anal gland abscesses can take a little while to heal. If she isn't healing as expected, it would be best to follow up with your veterinarian, as they can examine her, assess her healing and why it may be having problems, and recommend any further treatment that she might need. Add a comment to Penny's experience. German Shepherd. Has Symptoms Odor, loss of appetite, weakness. Bindi may have an infection of her anal glands, but German Shepherds are prone to fistulas and deeper infections as well. It would be best to have her examined by a veterinarian, as they can see her, determine what might be going on, and recommend appropriate therapy. I hope that she is okay. Add a comment to Bindi's experience. Beagle boxer German Shepard. Has Symptoms Chewing. Typically, forming a more firm stool needs to happen to express those glands normally, and if he always has a soft stool, that may be the problem. I'm not sure what foods or medications you have given Brady, but more fiber in the stool often helps, either in a higher fiber food, or a fiber supplement like canned pumpkin. Since I cannot see Brady and don't know anything about his condition or history, it would be best to call your veterinarian and ask what might help him. In more extreme cases, surgical removal of the glands is possible. Add a comment to Brady's experience. Yorkshire Terrier. Has Symptoms Foul odor. Add a comment to Princess's experience. English Bulldog. Medication Used Amoxicillin. The antibiotics may take a another day or two to kick in, I would at least keep giving the antibiotics until the course is completed and monitor for improvement; if there is no improvement after the antibiotics are completed you should return to your Veterinarian for a culture and sensitivity test especially if there has been a history of antibiotics resistant infections especially recently. Add a comment to Wrinkles's experience. Has Symptoms Annal glands. If faecal matter is coming out of the anus, it may be a sign of slight incontinence or if it is a brown secretion it may just be the glands expressing on their own; without seeing what comes out I cannot say for certain. Add a comment to Dulche's experience. The loss of appetite may be due to medication or a general feeling of pain, you can try to encourage appetite by feeding a wet food which has slightly been warmed up in the microwave like you would do for baby food to make it more appetising; also mixing some smooth wet food with water which can be slowly syringed into the mouth may also help. Add a comment to Lovo's experience. There may be some fluid or an abscess forming below or around the site of the ruptured anal gland; if you are seeing swelling, pain, difficulty whilst defecating or any other worrying symptoms you should visit another Veterinarian sooner rather than later, even if it is just to be on the safe side. Add a comment to Baxter's experience. Depending on the overall severity, it may be a case that Kachari may need to be anaesthetised in order to address this condition properly; without examining him I cannot say whether antibiotics, further drainage or surgery is the best course of action. However, you would need to visit your Veterinarian to evaluate the anal glands and removal may be the best course of action long term. Add a comment to Kachari's experience. Related Health Articles Paracetamol Poisoning. Pyotraumatic Dermatitis. Moist Eczema. Hair Loss Related to Skin Cancer. Hair Loss Related to Genetic Factors. Alopecia X. Acute Hemorrhagic Diarrhea Syndrome. Excessive Barking. Bladder Cancer. Black Skin Disease. Atrophy of Muscles. Anterior Cruciate Ligament. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic. Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Was this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay. I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. Without examining Lexy it is difficult to say what the specific cause is but if she has recently whelped I would say that the breathing changes are a normal response to pain after whelping but I cannot say for certain without examining her. Keep an eye on Lexy for the time being and visit your Veterinarian if you have any concerns. Add a comment to Lexy's experience. Pit Lab. Has Symptoms Muscle Tremors. Medication Used Amoxicillin. Add a comment to Max's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to Duma's experience. Has Symptoms Swelling. Add a comment to Louie's experience. Standard Poodle. I cannot condone the use or sale of antibiotics without a Veterinary Prescription; but antibiotic allergies may either be short term showing symptoms within a few hours or long term over the course of a day or so. Usually symptoms show as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, skin hives, rashes, itching and anaphylactic shock. 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Wwwfree Xxxcom Watch Naughty at home free videos Video Roulete sex. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. My dog has an abscessed anal gland and it's being treated I took him in to so it can be drained but he hasn't been eating and he is constipated. What can I do? Said it should be cleared up by today, Tuesday. It was doing well but today I think another is forming beneath it. Is it possible? I had taken my dog in for an abscessed anal gland and the vet gave procedures to follow and said to try to get everything out before the wound closed or it woukd come back and he would need to be sedated. Well it came back and it seems that now it's more painful than last time. This time he won't let me touch his tail. So would he need to be sedate? Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Anal Sac Disorders? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Anal sac impaction Infection Abscess. Causes of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Has Symptoms scooting. Add a comment to Chilly's experience. Has Symptoms Anal Itching. Add a comment to Shopie's experience. Medication Used Clindamycin. Add a comment to Roxie's experience. Has Symptoms Licking, not wanting to jump up or basically. Callum Turner, DVM. I understand your situation and condolences on the loss of your father, I know this is the last thing you want to be dealing with now. Add a comment to Chico's experience. Has Symptoms excessive barking at butt. Anal gland issues can vary in severity and the irritation around the rear end may be due to the glands being impacted again, tumours, parasites, infection, trauma among other issues. Most likely it is the anal glands again if there was some improvement the last time that they were expressed, you should have your Veterinarian feel them again to determine if they should be expressed or another treatment antibiotics, surgical removal etc…. Add a comment to Theo's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms swelling and redness. Scooting his hind end along the ground. Add a comment to Isabel's experience. Shih Tzu. Has Symptoms Anal Gland not healing. If there is a chronic issue with the anal glands, it may be a case of having them removed whilst Chloe is still relatively young. Dietary changes are not usually effective with the healing of these types of cases, but increasing dietary fiber may help reduce any straining whilst defecating. I would speak with your Veterinarian about long term surgical options including removal of the anal glands as a last resort. Add a comment to Chloe's experience. Pit Bullmastiff. Has Symptoms Abdominal swelling, lethargy, anal. Without examining Brutus it is not possible for me to determine what the specific cause is; if the abdomen is distended it may be due to gas, fluid or fat. At this point you should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to determine the cause as there are many possibilities and giving laxatives may just make things worse in some cases. Get him to the vet ASAP! Add a comment to Brutus's experience. Bichon Frise. It is possible that he is having anal gland issues or the licking may be due to other sources of irritation which may include faecal irritation especially if long term diarrhoea etc… , anal trauma, foreign objects, tumours, parasites among other causes. I would suggest having your Veterinarian have a feel of the glands and see if there are any abnormalities. Add a comment to Mac's experience. Labrador Retriever. Has Symptoms Unable to control bowel movement. Add a comment to Brownie's experience. Has Symptoms Urinary incontinence. Add a comment to Lilo's experience. Has Symptoms Licking at Genitals. Keep an eye on him for the time being and visit your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side. Add a comment to tobie's experience. Has Symptoms impacted anal gland. Add a comment to Dutchess's experience. Has Symptoms Fever. Coughing and Gagging When Eating. Add a comment to Copper's experience. It is possible that Tobi may have an anal gland issue especially if there has been some bad odours coming from his backend, without examining him and inserting a finger I cannot know for certain. You should visit your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side as tumour and other serious conditions may occur in this area. Add a comment to Tobi's experience. Brussels griffon. Medication Used Rimadyl. Enrofloxacin, rimadyl, and tritop. Generally we like to clear the anal glands if possible to help to allow adequate drainage during treatment, usually as much pressure that you would be comfortable feeling on your eye; enrofloxacin is an all round antibiotic, Rimadyl carprofen is an antiinflammatory and the TriTop cream is a topical cream indicated for use with anal gland disorders among other conditions. For antibiotics I would have gone with amoxicillin but each Veterinarian has their own preference; I would continue to apply the cream as the pain will hopefully result in recovery. Add a comment to Alice's experience. Michele King, DVM. Thank you for your email. Typically, no treatment is needed after a normal anal gland expression, but without knowing her individual situation, I can't say whether she may not benefit from anti-inflammatory therapy. If your veterinarian has recommended it, it might be best to follow those recommendations. Add a comment to violet's experience. It is difficult to say what exactly is going on, the cause may or may not be related to the anal gland issue; you should make sure that Daisy is well hydrated in the meantime. The cause may be related to the anal gland issues, but may also be attributable to a gastrointestinal tract infection, protozoa, foreign objects, food intolerance among other issues. Your Veterinarian will have a better idea when they examine her on Saturday, but I cannot give you any constructive advice for today. Has Symptoms Tender. Any new lump or bump should be treated as being suspicious, you should keep an eye on it for a day or two to see if there are any changes in size, colour or shape; it is possible it may just be a bite or something similar, but if it is a bite it should disappear within a day or so. If it is still there Friday afternoon you should visit your Veterinarian to be on the safe side. Add a comment to Sebastian's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms fishy smell. Add a comment to Cooper's experience. Has Symptoms Constipation. It is not unusual for a dog to not want to defecate after an abscess, wait for another day if there is no crying or strange behaviour but plain canned pumpkin normally gets things moving. If you have any concerns return to your Veterinarian. Add a comment to Avi's experience. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to bear's experience. Has Symptoms Anal gland. If at any time she seems in distress or pain you should visit your Veterinarian immediately. Add a comment to Cali's experience. Has Symptoms Incontinance. Some faecal incontinence may occur after surgery in that area and you should give it some time, but should should be seeing some signs of improvement; check for sign of anal tone by touching around the anus with a pen lid to see if it moves or not. Give it a week or so but revisit your Veterinarian if there is no improvement. Add a comment to Pearl's experience. Has Symptoms Lethargy,loss of appetite,nausea. If one side of the anus is swollen it may be more serious than just an impacted anal gland, if the swelling is bigger than a pea then you should return to your Veterinarian for an examination to be on the safe side to determine whether it is a swollen gland or another cause. Add a comment to Poopadoo's experience. Has Symptoms Licking. Hi, my dog has been taking amoxicillin as per vets instructions for anal gland infection but has started developing symptoms of vomiting several hours after dosing and when taken with food. Should I stop or continue regardless until end of course. Thank u. My dog has a UTI. Can I give him amoxicillin? He's 52 lbs English Bulldog. He had surgery to have his eye removed about a month ago and was given Cipro mg twice a day for 14 days. But his urinating has changed in the last week or two. There are other causes of urine dribbling include urinary stones, tumours and prostate disorders; I would strongly recommend visiting your Veterinarian before giving amoxicillin to Fido. My dog ingested a mg amoxicillin pill and is very weak, drooling, and looks like she has pain. I don't have money to take her to the vet, but I don't want her to die. Please give me an advise on what should I do? Our daughter was prescribed amoxicillin for an ear infection and when trying to give it to her on the spoon yesterday a very small amount went on the floor - we think our dog 5 yr old corgi has licked it up. Today she has had swollen eye lids and a very swollen muzzle. She is squeaking in discomfort. Saw emergency vet earlier tonight before connecting the sudden illness with the amoxicillin. Vet said to just wait for the reaction to wear off. Knowing that this is a possible cause should we still follow this advice? Vet thought she might have eaten a wasp. Muzzle swelling has gone down now significantly. Advice appreciated! My dog got into a bottle of amoxicillin three days ago. We don't know how much she ate it was mg couldn't be more than 4 she has had frequent urination today peeing three times in a thirty minute time frame even in her cage. Should we see a vet or is this a common issue. She has no other problems shes been playful and going. My dog was prescribed biomox after she gave birth since she did have some difficulty while going in labor. I have given it to her twice now, and she is breathing heavily and when I am not with her she cries. Max was said to have canine distemper and was prescribed amoxicillin. Has has what looked like two seizers with drooling from the mouth and constant muscle tremors since. Hi, can I asked what happened after? A few days later he got his scrotum removed but they said he should still continue the amoxicillin along with the pain killers. He finished his pain killers a few days ago and now just has 4 amoxicillin pills left. I'm not sure if maybe he's having an allergic reaction or has an ear infection because of the antibiotics. Since he only has 4 pills of amoxicillin should I stop giving them to him or continue? He is also going back to the vet on Wednesday to get his stitches taken out. My puppy had a reaction to his vaccine shots and when he had bloody diarrhea the vet prescribed amoxicillin to ward against infection in the intestine walls. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic..

Has Symptoms Swelling. Add a comment to Louie's experience. Standard Poodle. I cannot condone the use or sale of antibiotics without a Veterinary Prescription; but antibiotic allergies may either be short term showing symptoms My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics a few hours or long term over the course of a day or so. Usually click show as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, skin hives, rashes, itching and anaphylactic shock.

There are more effective treatments than amoxicillin for ear infections; but a single dose of mg of amoxicillin is irresponsible for use and this type of dosing is leading to the global issue of antibiotic resistance of bacteria to antibiotics.

realnude Watch Xxx sexy white girls Video Mm Telugusexvidios. I will take to the vet soon but does the infection effect me? Can sit with her on the sofas and sleep with her on my bed? Can it transfer to me? My dog the past 2 years has had blood in her stool. It was understood that it was anal gland issues and that they could worsen some day. Some days there was a lot of blood, others there was no blood for days in her stool. Well 2 days ago, my dog was taken out to go to the bathroom, had a bowel movement and urinated like normal, there was no blood this time. About 2 hours later we noticed an egg sized lump next to her anus. We took her to the emergency room, they lanced the anal gland and sent her home. She seems not be in pain anymore but the swelling hasn't decreased as much as I would like to see. I've done warm compresses and kept her away from the area very well. I'm just worried that this was a way to only buy more time for my dog and that in a week this could happen again and we will have to lance it again. So what are my chances that this helped enough to get her through the rest of her life that she may have with us? This has also caused her to urinate in the house a couple times because I believe the pressure of the anal gland being abscessed put so much pressure on her bladder. My dog is having anal gland problems. His butt is swollen and hes constantly licking. I thought it would clear up on its own as it has in the past. My father just died of cancer and havent had an extra second to take to the vet but plan on taking him this week!! For sure. I dont know what to do im scared and dont know how much this is going to cost. After paying for my fathers funeral. But will take chico to the vet. Just wondering an approximate cost. And chico is kind of aggressive and wont let us touch his butt so any kind of topical is out! So confused and sad! I have a 12 week old puppy. He leaks anul fluid daily. I had him checked out by the Vet and he has no swelling or infection. She was not concerned. However, I can't pick him up without having this problem. He has perfectly formed stools. Eats a high quality diet and take probiotics. Will he grow out of this? I tried adding pumpkin to his diet. After many days still no change. Is there anything else I can try? I have a rescue dog that is either a chiweenie or a min pin, depending on which vet you ask. About 2 months ago he started this weird behavour where he starts furiously barking at his butt, becomes very agitated, and then appears to be trying to run away from himself. He also does a bit of scooting. My husband took the dog to the vet and they expressed his glands. The symptoms appeared to subside, but it took a few days. Now two months later, these fits he's having are worse than ever. I've noticed he's now started chewing at his butt, but only on one side. He doesn't have any of the other symptoms of anal gland problems so I'm not sure what to think? Last week I noticed a bump on the right side of my dogs butt. I made an appointment to have it checked out but it popped beforehand. I thought if I kept it clean and let it drain it would be fine, however it has not come back. Last time it looked like it was already coming to head but this time it's just very pink and doesn't look like it's coming to a head. She didn't mind me looking at it last time, but now she's bothered by me even lifting up her tail. It is important to have your Veterinarian look at the open wound as it may require antibiotics to help it heal. It may also be caused by a fistula, cyst or another disorder which may require more attention. My shih Tzu is 10 years old and started having anal gland problems in the last six months. I took her to the vet they sedated her three different times and clean the anal gland out but each time it would not heal, she would wear the cone to help her not bite the area, they put her on antibiotics and steroids each time but she is not getting better. The vet bill was over I don't want her to have to continue to go through this ordeal every few weeks, what can be done? I changed her food to grain free also adding fiber to her diet. I've been cleaning the area daily, looks better for a week then ruptures again. My dogs stomach is extremely swollen, he has flies coated on him, won't eat, and can barely walk. Help please. Have given him laxatives and gas drops to no avail. My dog has been licking his anus more than usual for the past 10 days. The area around the anus is now swollen. He's only licking-he is not scooting Is it possible this is impacted anal glands even though he's only licking and not doing the other things which normally go along with impacted anal glands? Thank you! My friend's Labrador had a biopsy to check for pancreas problem. Nothing was wrong with his pancreas. Two days after the biopsy, her dog's condition deteriorated very fast. He had swollen anal glands, droopy red eyes and paralysis of the hind legs. He has no appetite. Appreciate your advice My dog has urinary incontinence when lying down. A week ago she had surgery to remove several skin cancers on her belly. She was taking tramadol, carprofen and antibiotic. I have stopped all of these two days ago. I requested anal gland expression, but not positive if that was performed. What could be causing the incontinence? Urinary incontinence may be caused by many different causes in dogs, especially an old girl like Lilo which may include infection, spinal disorders, nerve inflammation, poisoning, urinary stones, tumours among other causes. If the incontinence occurs only whilst lying down, it may be a trapped nerve in a particular recumbency; you should return to your Veterinarian for urinalysis and a check up. Last week was my first time getting his anal sac glands emptied, first time I have even heard about the anal sac fluid. However, the vet gave an ointment for the area for being red and I've been using a cone to stop him from licking but almost a week later the fluid still keeps coming out and he continues to scoot.. Hi my dog has just had her annual glands empted is it normal for her to be lethargic and not eating andcdrinking. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success. I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland removed, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet. I just heard back a the roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet. Which is right? I want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things. She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not pooping either. She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough. He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable. He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him. He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer? He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass. The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Symptoms are typically limited to rash and watery eyes, but serious a life-threatening anaphylaxis is possible. Dogs that have had a prior reaction to another penicillin antibiotic should not take amoxicillin. Other beta-lactam antibiotics, like cephalosporins and cephamycins, should also be avoided, depending on the advice of a veterinarian. If your dog has had a reaction to amoxicillin, or another penicillin, you should mention this to the veterinarian any time an antibiotic is prescribed. Amoxicillin is a common broad-spectrum antibiotic that is prescribed to dogs for a number of different infections. Penicillin antibiotics, like amoxicillin, have one of the highest rates of allergic reaction in sensitive individuals. Serious reactions are rare, but can be life-threatening. There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. It is not known why some dogs have allergic reactions while others do not. You should look for symptoms of amoxicillin allergies in the following cases. An amoxicillin allergy will be diagnosed if your dog exhibits symptoms after beginning an amoxicillin regimen, and confirmed if the symptoms resolve themselves when the medication is discontinued. A previous allergic reaction to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotics would also be a reason to suspect amoxicillin allergies and avoid the drug. You should always mention previous drug reactions whenever a new medication is prescribed. If your dog exhibits unusual symptoms after starting amoxicillin or another medication, call the veterinarian and ask for advice. Severe symptoms like excessive swelling, trouble breathing, or collapse should be treated as an emergency. Mild symptoms will clear up without further treatment, but the veterinarian may need to prescribe a different antibiotic to fight the original infection. Severe rashes with blistering and broken skin may need to be treated with topical ointments to prevent further infection. Antihistamines and corticosteroids could also be prescribed to calm the immune system and reduce symptoms. Dogs with anaphylaxis should be given an epinephrine injection immediately. If you have a dog Epipen at your house, this will help, but your dog will still need immediate treatment. Your dog will need to stay in a veterinary hospital for a day or two until the symptoms have passed and all systems are functioning normally. Serious allergic reactions to amoxicillin are rare, and most dogs will make a complete recovery with veterinary treatment. There is no cure for an amoxicillin allergy however, so your dog will need to avoid amoxicillin and other penicillin antibiotics throughout his life. If your dog has experienced an anaphylactic reaction to a drug or any other allergen, discuss getting a dog Epipen with your veterinarian. An immediate injection administered at home can help your dog survive long enough to get treatment. Hi, my dog has been taking amoxicillin as per vets instructions for anal gland infection but has started developing symptoms of vomiting several hours after dosing and when taken with food. Should I stop or continue regardless until end of course. Thank u. My dog has a UTI. Can I give him amoxicillin? He's 52 lbs English Bulldog. He had surgery to have his eye removed about a month ago and was given Cipro mg twice a day for 14 days. But his urinating has changed in the last week or two. There are other causes of urine dribbling include urinary stones, tumours and prostate disorders; I would strongly recommend visiting your Veterinarian before giving amoxicillin to Fido. My dog ingested a mg amoxicillin pill and is very weak, drooling, and looks like she has pain. I don't have money to take her to the vet, but I don't want her to die. Please give me an advise on what should I do? Our daughter was prescribed amoxicillin for an ear infection and when trying to give it to her on the spoon yesterday a very small amount went on the floor - we think our dog 5 yr old corgi has licked it up. Today she has had swollen eye lids and a very swollen muzzle. She is squeaking in discomfort. Saw emergency vet earlier tonight before connecting the sudden illness with the amoxicillin. Vet said to just wait for the reaction to wear off. Knowing that this is a possible cause should we still follow this advice? Vet thought she might have eaten a wasp. Muzzle swelling has gone down now significantly. Advice appreciated! My dog got into a bottle of amoxicillin three days ago. We don't know how much she ate it was mg couldn't be more than 4 she has had frequent urination today peeing three times in a thirty minute time frame even in her cage. Should we see a vet or is this a common issue. She has no other problems shes been playful and going. My dog was prescribed biomox after she gave birth since she did have some difficulty while going in labor. I have given it to her twice now, and she is breathing heavily and when I am not with her she cries. Max was said to have canine distemper and was prescribed amoxicillin. Has has what looked like two seizers with drooling from the mouth and constant muscle tremors since. Hi, can I asked what happened after? A few days later he got his scrotum removed but they said he should still continue the amoxicillin along with the pain killers. He finished his pain killers a few days ago and now just has 4 amoxicillin pills left. I'm not sure if maybe he's having an allergic reaction or has an ear infection because of the antibiotics. Since he only has 4 pills of amoxicillin should I stop giving them to him or continue? He is also going back to the vet on Wednesday to get his stitches taken out. My puppy had a reaction to his vaccine shots and when he had bloody diarrhea the vet prescribed amoxicillin to ward against infection in the intestine walls. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage..

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Moxidectin Poisoning. Methylphenidate Poisoning. Vicky just teen site. The anal glands click both sides of the anus are usually drained naturally when your dog has a bowel movement, but sometimes the fluid becomes too thick to be expressed and it will become impacted clogged up. After the anal gland has been impacted for a while, it becomes infected and swollen. Finally, the infection will cause an abscess that is very painful for your dog.

You will need to take your dog to the veterinarian so he can drain and clean the anal gland. The veterinarian will probably give your dog antibiotics in this case. The sooner you get this painful illness treated, the better the outcome will be for both you and your dog. Even though impacted anal glands are not a risk to the health of your dog, they are very uncomfortable and your dog may harm himself trying to clean the area by scooting My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics the ground.

Once the anal glands get inflamed it is painful for your dog to have a bowel movement and he may become constipated. Once the anal sacs become abscessed, your dog is in danger of the infection spreading to the rest of the body. Disorder of the anal sacs is the most common disorder in dogs and it can be caused by several different ailments. Anal sac impaction, infection, and abscess are the three stages of anal sac disorder. Even though all breeds of dogs are susceptible to this condition, it seems to be seen more in small dogs.

The causes of My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics sac disorder vary, but the most common cause is the inflammation of the anal ducts. This is more common in older and see more dogs because their anal glands do not empty as well as they should.

Once your dog has had an anal sac impaction, it will usually recur and with every incidence, the ducts will be more damaged so the problem will happen more often until it becomes chronic. Your veterinarian will need a complete medical background, including any recent illnesses or injuries, changes in diet or behavior, when the anal sac problem started, and if it has gotten worse.

A thorough physical examination will be done, which includes body temperature, weight, heart rate, and blood pressure. The veterinarian will do a rectal examination and if it is the anal sac that is causing the problem, he will be able to notice it right away. Some tests they will most often do to rule out other illnesses are complete blood count CBCblood chemistry panel, urinalysis, fecal examination, and anal swab.

They may also need to do some digital radiographs x-rays to be sure there are no tumors or other issues causing the anal sac disorder. The veterinarian can go ahead and empty the anal sacs by gently using his finger to push up on the gland starting at the bottom to squeeze out the material. If the glands are infected, he will usually flush them out with saline or a softening solution to remove the hardened material.

In the case of anal gland abscesses, your veterinarian will lance them and prescribe one or two weeks of antibiotics. Your dog will most likely be put under anesthesia or sedation for any treatment because they are painful and your My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics will already be in enough pain.

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Antibiotics and hot compresses will be required for treatment of the abscesses after the glands are emptied. The veterinarian may want you to come back weekly to empty the sacs again and may then prescribe a topical steroid and antibiotic ointment. If the problem continues My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics happen the veterinarian will most often suggest surgery to remove the anal glands, which will stop the problem permanently.

It is a simple procedure, but it does have a risk of fecal incontinence not being able to control his bowel movements. After treatment, you will need to use warm compresses on My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics dog twice a day for 15 to 20 minutes for about 7 to 10 days to relieve pain and swelling.

Be sure to give your dog the high fiber diet that your veterinarian will suggest to make it easier for your dog to have a bowel movement. Your veterinarian may also prescribe a stool softener if he thinks it is necessary. Be sure to follow all instructions and return to the office for the follow-up visit. I took him to the vet who said that it was an anal gland issues - they were full and visit web page. He expressed the glands and prescribed an anti-inflammatory and antibiotics.

For a couple of days after visiting the vet he seemed better, not smelling as much and no leaking, but yesterday I noticed that he was staining the carpet again and the smell is back.

I am not sure whether to take him back to the vet, or to wait until his course of medication has completed? I My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics interested in the outcome. I am hopeful the dog was taken back to the Vet for further treatment. Also, I want to know that the dog is okay.

Wwwxxxvic Yji Watch Amateur glory holes and adult theater tumblr Video Kenyan xvideos. Nothing was wrong with his pancreas. Two days after the biopsy, her dog's condition deteriorated very fast. He had swollen anal glands, droopy red eyes and paralysis of the hind legs. He has no appetite. Appreciate your advice My dog has urinary incontinence when lying down. A week ago she had surgery to remove several skin cancers on her belly. She was taking tramadol, carprofen and antibiotic. I have stopped all of these two days ago. I requested anal gland expression, but not positive if that was performed. What could be causing the incontinence? Urinary incontinence may be caused by many different causes in dogs, especially an old girl like Lilo which may include infection, spinal disorders, nerve inflammation, poisoning, urinary stones, tumours among other causes. If the incontinence occurs only whilst lying down, it may be a trapped nerve in a particular recumbency; you should return to your Veterinarian for urinalysis and a check up. Last week was my first time getting his anal sac glands emptied, first time I have even heard about the anal sac fluid. However, the vet gave an ointment for the area for being red and I've been using a cone to stop him from licking but almost a week later the fluid still keeps coming out and he continues to scoot.. Hi my dog has just had her annual glands empted is it normal for her to be lethargic and not eating andcdrinking. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success. I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland removed, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet. I just heard back a the roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet. Which is right? I want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things. She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not pooping either. She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough. He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable. He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him. He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer? He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass. The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. My dog has an abscessed anal gland and it's being treated I took him in to so it can be drained but he hasn't been eating and he is constipated. What can I do? Said it should be cleared up by today, Tuesday. It was doing well but today I think another is forming beneath it. Is it possible? I had taken my dog in for an abscessed anal gland and the vet gave procedures to follow and said to try to get everything out before the wound closed or it woukd come back and he would need to be sedated. Well it came back and it seems that now it's more painful than last time. This time he won't let me touch his tail. So would he need to be sedate? Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Anal Sac Disorders? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Anal sac impaction Infection Abscess. Causes of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Two days after he started amoxicillin his face began to swell and he was treated with an antihistamine, but the vet did not voice the possibility it was the amoxicillin. The next day he began vomiting and experiencing diarrhea again so I stopped treatment as he was barely keeping food down. Since stopping last dose was last nigh, which he threw up he has stopped having diarrhea and throwing up. Would a reaction to the medicine occur 2 days after beginning treatment? Allergies may occur during the first administration or contact with a substance or after repeated exposure. The swelling maybe related to the amoxicillin or coincidentally to another cause like ingestion of plants, insect allergies, chemical irritants or an environmental factor. The control of the swelling with antihistamines like your Veterinarian prescribed and the administration of a different class of antibiotic would be the step. Why would a vet disregard a Patients question about antibiotics causing severe reactions to our pets? Although it may be "rare" for a pet to go through a severe allergic reaction, it can still happen and no vet should ignore the symptoms, young vets are very arrogant and take questioning too offensively. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic. Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Was this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay. I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. Without examining Lexy it is difficult to say what the specific cause is but if she has recently whelped I would say that the breathing changes are a normal response to pain after whelping but I cannot say for certain without examining her. Keep an eye on Lexy for the time being and visit your Veterinarian if you have any concerns. Add a comment to Lexy's experience. Pit Lab. Has Symptoms Muscle Tremors. Medication Used Amoxicillin. Add a comment to Max's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to Duma's experience. Has Symptoms Swelling. Add a comment to Louie's experience. Standard Poodle. I cannot condone the use or sale of antibiotics without a Veterinary Prescription; but antibiotic allergies may either be short term showing symptoms within a few hours or long term over the course of a day or so. Usually symptoms show as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, skin hives, rashes, itching and anaphylactic shock. There are more effective treatments than amoxicillin for ear infections; but a single dose of mg of amoxicillin is irresponsible for use and this type of dosing is leading to the global issue of antibiotic resistance of bacteria to antibiotics. Add a comment to Riley's experience. Pitbull mix. Has Symptoms Lethargy. Any time an animal has trouble with breathing I always recommend to visit a Veterinarian regular or emergency to be on the safe side especially in cases where a respiratory condition has been diagnosed. You should visit the Emergency Veterinarian to be on the safe side as I cannot examine Curtis to determine the severity of the symptoms. Add a comment to Curtis's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms Overdose. Add a comment to Fanny's experience..

My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics I am surprised that there was no feedback about what this person needed to do. My Boston terrier started with the fishy odor smellscooting on the carpetand licking!

Can the empting of the anal sacs or them filling weaken her sphincter overtime? Arr these common issues with dogs with anal sacs like this? My dog just got the anal sac surgery the drain is in and will be removed wednesday. What other ways can I help with comfort for her back area besides the pain meds given once a day.

She seems very uncomfortable wanting to sit on the surgery site and wanting to lick it. Papillon puppy has been displaying this web page of these behaviors, but has now gotten sick, fever oftrembling, accelerated heart rate Could this be from an infection in the glands? So yeah l come from parents that no matter how its hurts it will clear up.

I will take to the vet soon but does the infection effect me? Can sit with her on the sofas and sleep with her on my bed? Can it transfer to me? My dog the past 2 years has had blood in her stool. It My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics understood that it was anal gland issues and that they could worsen some day.

Some days there was a lot of blood, others there was no blood for days in her stool. Well 2 days ago, my dog was taken out to go to the bathroom, had a bowel movement and urinated like normal, there was no blood this time. About 2 hours later we noticed an egg sized lump next to her anus. We took her to the emergency room, they lanced the anal gland and sent her home. She seems not be in pain anymore but the swelling hasn't decreased as much as I would like to see.

I've done warm compresses and kept her away from the area very well. I'm just worried that this was a way to only buy more time for my dog and that in a week this could happen again and we will have to lance it again. So what are my chances that this helped enough to get her through the rest of her life that she may have with us? This has also caused her to urinate in the house a couple times because I believe continue reading pressure of the anal gland being abscessed put so much pressure on her bladder.

My dog is having My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics gland problems. His butt is swollen and hes constantly licking. I thought it would clear up on its own as it has in the past. My father just died of cancer and havent had an extra second to take to the vet but plan on taking him this week!!

For sure. I dont know what to do im scared and dont know how much this is going to cost. After paying for my fathers funeral.

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But will take chico to the vet. Just wondering an approximate cost. And chico is kind of aggressive and wont let us touch his butt so any kind of topical is out! So confused and sad! I have a 12 week old puppy. He leaks anul fluid My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics. I had him checked out by the Vet and he has no swelling or infection. She was not concerned. However, I can't pick him up without having this problem.

He has perfectly formed stools. Eats a high quality diet and take probiotics. Will he grow out of this? I tried adding pumpkin to his diet. After many days still no change. Is there anything else I can try?

I have a rescue dog that is either a chiweenie or a min pin, depending on which vet you ask. About 2 months ago he started this weird behavour where he starts furiously barking at My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics butt, becomes very agitated, and then appears to be trying to run away from himself. He also does a bit of scooting. My husband took the dog to the vet and they expressed his glands. The symptoms appeared to subside, but it took a few days.

Now two months later, these fits he's having are link than ever. I've noticed he's now started chewing at his butt, but only on one side. He doesn't have any of the other symptoms of anal gland problems so I'm not sure what to think?

Hemamalini sexy Watch Lesbian orgies melbourne Video Afspraak sex. My dog has an impacted gland on the left side we've gone through the diet adjustments and expressing schedule to try and give her relief with very little success. I have recently taken her back to the vet to set up for her to have the gland removed, as was suggested by our vet after first trying the diet adjustments. There was a new veterinarian and he wasn't confident in doing a delicate surgery so he referred to the roving vet. I just heard back a the roving vet. Aside from an increase in cost what does this mean for Dutch? The vet says she'll be fine but I distinctly remember her original vet. Which is right? I want to make sure this is valid and not an unknown vet going for an extra grand in costs because another vet needs help. I understand your concern. My dog is having nal sac problems. She never had anything like this until I had her fixed. She just lays around has problems getting up on things. She eats very little. She is constantly licking her butt. As far as I have absurbed she is not pooping either. She doesn't get much rest. I'm worried about it. When she is off the bed she just stands. Plz help me out with understanding of this issue. I also read that it is a disease. My daschund has a large lump under his jaw that is causing a hacking non productive cough. He has lost weight although his belly is a bit swollen. He has smaller fatty lumps on his chest that have been there nearly all his life. Recently, more firm lumps have came up in mulitiple areas. He's been licking his rectum to the point of rawness and swelling. I've tried expressing his anal glands unsucessfully numerous times. His lump near his trachea is large and firm and seems to causing noisy breathing during sleep. He is restless and seems to be so uncomfortable. He has not been diagnosed with anything other than skin allergies. He has always been a large daschund. The vet told me he has a larger than average bone structure. I had suspected thyroid issues but never had tests done to confirm. We've recently moved and the move was very stressful for him. He is prone to anxiety as well. I had wondered if the stress of the move weakened his imune system and what I could do at home to help him. I've been giving him antibiotics the vet prescribed him but they don't seem to be helping. Could this be cancer? He is 8 yrs old. A large mass under the jaw maybe caused by swollen lymph nodes, swollen salivary glands, enlarged thyroid, lipoma or abscess; these problems can cause swallowing difficulties, breathing problems and other health problems. The best course of action would be to have a fine needle aspirate or biopsy taken to determine the contents and origin of the mass. Many masses around the body maybe indicative of many lipomas, again aspiration of the contents would indicate the type of mass. The licking of the anus maybe caused by parasites, anal gland disorders, abscesses, tumours or infections. I would recommend that you would visit your Veterinarian to examine the lumps, anal gland and a general health check; until you visit your Veterinarian, all I can suggest is that you switch to a sensitive diet mix it with some water into a thin paste that will enable copper to eat easier — plus it makes it more appetizing , ensure that Copper is upto date with parasite treatments and not allow Copper to lick his anus an Elizabethan collar maybe required. Hello my dog has been having an odor coming from his butt for a few weeks. Recently I noticed it started leaking brown fluid so I took him to the vet to get his glands squeezed. Later that day, the leaking started again. Over the course of the week, it turned to blood and now he has blood coming from his butt and some minor swelling. He has been pooping normal and there isn't any blood on his stools. Recently my beagle began showing signs of discomfort. Holding tail down between legs, not wagging tail, lethargic. I researched his symptoms and thought at first it could be broken tail, but now I am thinking maybe his anal glands need expressing. He had been dragging his butt across the floor more, and often he would have a foul odor coming from him. Could this be his anal glands or a more severe problem? So 2 days ago I took my dog to the vet because her butt looked red and raw. Now it was my first time going to this vet and the Dr Didt really strike me as good or even caring. It was more like a easy pay check never going to him again after diagnosing the problem he simply squeezed out her glands like he would if it was non-infected. Alice was screaming and she bleeding after it. Iv never dealt with something like this before, was that normal procedure? He gave me a cream to stick in the gland hole and squeeze it in but it is extremely painful for my dog when I do this and I'm not sure if its even helping. Did the vet treat the infection the wrong way? Do I have to give her the tritop cream if I'm already giving her Enrofloxacin once a day, and rimadyl 2 times a day? Will she get better without the cream? If not how do I make the exprince less painful and easier to administer? Thank you. My dog just got her anal glands expressed. It was a normal expression in that there was no ruptures or anything like that. Is a steroidal cream necessary for aftercare? My 3 year old chiweenie was taken to her vet. Her anal gland had abscessed and was lanced in office, and given an antibiotic injection weeks ago. She has been completely well all year, with all her stools being formed and hard, until 5 weeks ago, like I said in first of paragraph. The consistency of water started today. I noticed as I was taking her on her nightly walk. She was lanced, given antibiotic shot and was better x 5 weeks. Now its worse than ever, the consistency. She loves her walks and still enjoys walking, but seems like she is "mopey", and has thrown up times in 4 days. Her anal signs also started 4 days ago, and when her anus acts up, she doesn't eat. I can't get her to her vet until Saturday, day after tomorrow. Should she have been given the topical steroid ointment that has been mentioned throughout other people sharing their experiences. Why would this get worse after the lancing and antibiotic shot, and going back to normalcy. She is not as active, she is becoming slower. She is usually so excited and happy. I will know when I have to leave her all day tomorrow, and how she responds when I return. She seemed herself earlier today, out in the yard with me, in the sunshine. I know I will come home to a 'mess" tomorrow, regarding complete watery 'gushing' out of her anus. I just wander if the treatment made her worse over time. Completely worried, and hate leaving her alone tomorrow, but I live alone. What went wrong, possibly? I have a dog, I am not sure what the breed is. I know he is half pit. But hes 6 months old. He has had loose stool for quite some time. His first stool of the day is usually quite normal and solid looking but throughout the day, the stools are loose. He has not scooted on his bottom at all. But he does lick himself regularly. Just all around the genitals and he will nibble above his tail. He also passes gas often that smells to high heaven. I feed him well. He eats Pure Balance brand food. I usually stick to the Brown Rice and Pea recipe. I am just getting worried. He has also been more whiny than usual. I know that sounds weird, but he will talk to me to get my attention. Do you think its possible he just got bit by something or do you think it is something more serious? I live in Florida, so he is around fire ants and what not but I would love to hear your advice on this as well. Hello, My puppy is 12 weeks old. I first noticed the overwhelming smell when my brother had brought over his Cane Corso dog one year old to meet our new pup and to socialize them. This was the first male dog Cooper had met, and also the first dog in his home. The next time I noticed the smell was when we were getting out of the car one day for our weekly walk. Now, as I am sitting here typing this, Cooper is lying in his bed playing with his favorite toy and I yet again am getting the "fishy" smell. He has seemingly had no problems with his bowel movements, with a few a day, has an adequate appetite and drinks plenty of water. His next vet appointment is scheduled for later this week, however is this indicative of bigger problems? My puppy is 11 month old and I noticed he was scooting while we went for walks, although I noticed that he was dragging his but I did not know what it was. Anyway I took home to the Vet yesterday and they emptied his anal gland. He is still scooting after this procedure and has not going to the bathroom. Is this normal and do you know how long it takes to heal? My dog had an anal gland abscess that ruptured on Friday. I took her to the vet for treatment. After the treatment, we took her home and she is recovering well. The vet has her on antibiotics and pain meds. The problem is that it is now Tuesday morning and my dog has not had a bowel movement yet. She is eating and drinking water normally and is moving around. We fed her a few tablespoons of pumpkin puree last night, and we are waiting to see if that helps. I'm wondering if I should still take her to the vet to get any more treatment for her constipation? Has Bear been diagnosed with an anal sac disorder? Loss of appetite may be caused by numerous different conditions including gastrointestinal obstruction, dental problems, infections, lack of appetising food and cancer among others. If Bear is losing this much weight, force feeding may be required to ensure he keeps his weight; blood tests and x-rays may be valuable in determining another cause, or treatment option. My 12 yr old toy poodle recently had abscess in her anal sacs due to severe swelling and they used a syringe to remove quite a bit of it. After that she was given an antibiotic injection which he said will last for 14 days or so. It has been 2 days now It still looks a little swollen but way smaller than before. She ate well but somehow her poop does not reflect the amount she ate. Do I need to be worried? If she is constipated or unable to? Hello, my dog has a swollen anal glad and I know it needs to be expressed. It is not bleeding v But a bit juicy. How quick do I need to get her to the vet? We go in Thursday but I wasnt sure if this could be detrimental to her if we wait util then. Her bowel movements are still very good and I am cleaning the infected area regularly. A week ago she has loose stool due to an injury she sustained and she was put on doggie Advil for the pain. No appetite change. Our 3 year old Pomeranian just had an anal glad abscess drained 4 days ago. The area from draining sight is completely healed, but she has fecal incontinance, and it's unbearable. Our vet keeps saying give it more time! Doesn't seem right??? Although Pearl is still having incontinence, she did push out a stool on her own yesterday and I am also seeing some anal tone come back. She try's very hard to push when I take her outside, but so far she's only been successful with getting it out one time. We are hoping there is only more improvement to come. I took my dog to the vet yesterday for a lump on his hind quarter right side and he has an MCT which he will be having surgery on. Today I now notice that his left anal region is quite swollen but wasn't yesterday and his rectum is swollen and red. He keeps licking his rectum but there isn't a foul smell coming from there. He doesn't want to eat or drink very much and seems nauseated a bit, which I'm not sure is a result of the MCT or his anal problem. Do you feel this is his anal sac needing to be drained and if so, how long does it go from swelling to a rupture? I don't want to wait to long. He seems warm to the touch but his nose is wet cool. Also, if in need of draining does that need to be done before his MCT surgery or can it be done while he is sedated for surgery? I don't want to do to much to him at once and cause him complications or extra discomfort with his surgical procedure. I'm a very concerned mommy that wants to help him and also keep him safe in the process. Much thanks to you and for your time!! My dog has an infected right anal gland which we took her to the vet and was given a course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory to see if it would clear up. Unfortunately it did not, and it looks like it is still, essentially, bleeding. Oddly enough, she's still eating and defecating perfectly normal. She also isn't scooting, though she is licking her butt we think to clean up after herself with the bleeding. When we clean it for her she also doesn't seem uncomfortable, no yelping or whimpers. This feels like something that will persist unless we operate, but if she's acting normally are there any repercussions that will manifest with allowing her to bleed internally like this? My female German Shepherd has a bad smell coming from her anal area. She is starting to barely touch her food but she still drinks water. She sits in one spot and refuses to move. Also, just recently I knowticed her breathing getting heavier. Does an anal gland infection cause this? Or is it much more serious? He often will lick or attempt to chew in the area. Sometimes he will scoot on the ground. He has never had a solid poop they are always a little soft. He needs us to relieve his swelling about every week. Is there a long term solution? We have tried changing his food and even given medication in an attempt to harden his stool. My dog started with diarrhea for about 6 or 7 days and she was doing it so much she started bleeding when pooping. It just came out like water. Then after her stomach cleared up and she developed two cuts on her anus. One on the bottom is really bad and one on top that just looks like a cut. But the one on the bottom is making her but smell bad and I caught her twice scooting. She still behaves like her self and her eating is the same. It's only the week she had her diarrhea she lost some weight. She's never been sick or had any of these problems before but now she doesn't even want to poop I'm guessing because it hurts her. I'm so worried I began putting a hit rag on her butt to ease it for her. But I'm pretty sure she has an infected anal gland from all that pooping. It would be best to take Princess to your Veterinarian for a course of antibiotics as the cuts around the anus will most certainly get infected and to see what the cause of the diarrhoea and now constipation is. Dogs can pick up a variety of infections in the environment which can lead to a case of diarrhoea which is normally self limiting, but secondary bacterial infections and trauma to the anus from biting due to irritation. My English bulldog has been diagnosed with anal sac infection and was prescribed amoxicillin for ten days. He shows pain right after pooping. He stays in his bed all day, very unlike him. He does not move even to eat or drink water. However, eats and drinks water fine if I bring it over to his bed. Two months ago, he got his tail amputated due to an infection that became resistant to all antibiotics. The vet recently did X-rays, blood test and everything came out normal. Could this be a side effect from the Surgery? Many thanks. My Maltese had his glands done like two weeks ago. However now when he gets excited he poops a little bit. Kinda like a shart. My dog has an abscessed anal gland and it's being treated I took him in to so it can be drained but he hasn't been eating and he is constipated. What can I do? Said it should be cleared up by today, Tuesday. It was doing well but today I think another is forming beneath it. Is it possible? I had taken my dog in for an abscessed anal gland and the vet gave procedures to follow and said to try to get everything out before the wound closed or it woukd come back and he would need to be sedated. Well it came back and it seems that now it's more painful than last time. This time he won't let me touch his tail. So would he need to be sedate? Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Anal Sac Disorders? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Anal sac impaction Infection Abscess. Causes of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Diagnosis of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Treatment of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Recovery of Anal Sac Disorders in Dogs. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Has Symptoms Smell. Medication Used antibiotics. Add a comment to Jasper's experience. Was this experience helpful? Boston Terrier. Has Symptoms Odor. Add a comment to Kia's experience. Siberian Husky. Has Symptoms Pain. Add a comment to Athena's experience. Has Symptoms scooting. Add a comment to Chilly's experience. Has Symptoms Anal Itching. Add a comment to Shopie's experience. Medication Used Clindamycin. Add a comment to Roxie's experience. Has Symptoms Licking, not wanting to jump up or basically. Callum Turner, DVM. I understand your situation and condolences on the loss of your father, I know this is the last thing you want to be dealing with now. Add a comment to Chico's experience. Has Symptoms excessive barking at butt. Anal gland issues can vary in severity and the irritation around the rear end may be due to the glands being impacted again, tumours, parasites, infection, trauma among other issues. Most likely it is the anal glands again if there was some improvement the last time that they were expressed, you should have your Veterinarian feel them again to determine if they should be expressed or another treatment antibiotics, surgical removal etc…. Add a comment to Theo's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms swelling and redness. Getting a well experienced vet from the beginning is highly recommended. My dog 60lbs went to the vet and was told he had an ear infection. Was wondering how long if he is allergic before I see any problems?? It has been a half an hour since he was given the pill and so far so good. It is not just a single dose. I have enough to give it to him for days so a pill a day. I was just asking how long if there was a reaction for the reaction to start. That is all. My vet told me my dog has an upper respiratory infection. He started taking mg of Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanate Potassiuim tablets twice a day for the past 3 days. He seemed fine the first few days, but this morning he was shaking and exhibiting labored breathing. He is also very lethargic. He coughs from either a hiatal hernia pushing on his trachea or his enlarged heart doing that. Also started tx a few weeks ago for acid reflux Pepcid 2x day 5mg and Carafate 2x day. He got a hair cut on Sunday morning after receiving 2nd dosage of augmentin, on Monday noticed shaking and assumed he was cold from haircut and now I think it may have been the drug because tonight he has labored breathing and coughing for the last 7 hours since his dosage. I added liquid Vit E and liquid Ubiquinol with his dosage tonight and wondering if the Ubiquinol caused stomach cramping since augmentin can do that alone. I would not think pain would cause unrelenting labored breathing however, maybe more intermittent? I've elevated his head for him to rest this helps when he's coughing and this coughing is not CHF and he's calmer now. But I still want to know if shaking is a side effect of augmentin because this labored breathing didn't start until day 4 dosing. Firstly in any case where we suspect that there has been an adverse reaction or undesirable side effect of a medicine we stop administration of that medicine to see if the symptoms decrease in severity; amoxicillin reactions are not uncommon, you would need to visit your Veterinarian regardless of cost to determine whether or not the amoxicillin was the cause and to decide whether to continue giving amoxicillin or to prescribe a different antibiotic your Veterinarian may also report the event to the manufacturer at their discretion. Dog Walking. Dog Sitting. Dog Boarding. Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs Book in. Rated as Moderate Condition. Causes Diagnosis Treatment Recovery Advice. First Walk is on Us! What are Amoxicillin Allergies? Book First Walk Free! Symptoms of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Watch for these symptoms if your dog has just started taking amoxicillin. Rash maculopapular lesions Redness erythroderma Other types of skin lesion blisters or scaling skin Itchiness pruritus Incessant scratching Watery eyes Runny nose Swelling and hives urticaria-angioedema Purple rash caused by bleeding into the dermal tissue purpura Anaphylactic shock rare vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse, death Types There are number of different brand-name amoxicillin medications that deliver the antibiotic in the following ways. Causes of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Starting amoxicillin treatment for an infection Known sensitivity to penicillin or another beta-lactam antibiotic General tendency to severe allergic reactions. Diagnosis of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Treatment of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Recovery of Amoxicillin Allergies in Dogs. Cocker cross. Callum Turner, DVM. Ideally we prefer if a dog completes a course of antibiotics, but if the vomiting is causing a serious issue or if part of the tablet is being brought up, you should visit your Veterinarian to discuss whether you continue, administer an antiemetic before the antibiotic or change to other antibiotic. Add a comment to Vomiting's experience. Was this experience helpful? English bulldog. Has Symptoms Frequent Urination. Add a comment to Fido's experience. German shepherd mix. Medication Used none. Michele King, DVM. An overdose of Amoxicillin can cause urinary and kidney damage, and it would be a good idea to have Cookie seen by a veterinarian to have some lab work run and make sure that is okay. I hope that all goes well for her. Add a comment to Cookie's experience. Without examining Lexy it is difficult to say what the specific cause is but if she has recently whelped I would say that the breathing changes are a normal response to pain after whelping but I cannot say for certain without examining her. Keep an eye on Lexy for the time being and visit your Veterinarian if you have any concerns. Add a comment to Lexy's experience. Pit Lab. Has Symptoms Muscle Tremors. Medication Used Amoxicillin. Add a comment to Max's experience. Golden Retriever. Has Symptoms Not Eating. Add a comment to Duma's experience. Has Symptoms Swelling. Add a comment to Louie's experience. Standard Poodle. I cannot condone the use or sale of antibiotics without a Veterinary Prescription; but antibiotic allergies may either be short term showing symptoms within a few hours or long term over the course of a day or so. Usually symptoms show as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, skin hives, rashes, itching and anaphylactic shock. There are more effective treatments than amoxicillin for ear infections; but a single dose of mg of amoxicillin is irresponsible for use and this type of dosing is leading to the global issue of antibiotic resistance of bacteria to antibiotics. Add a comment to Riley's experience. Pitbull mix. Has Symptoms Lethargy. Any time an animal has trouble with breathing I always recommend to visit a Veterinarian regular or emergency to be on the safe side especially in cases where a respiratory condition has been diagnosed. You should visit the Emergency Veterinarian to be on the safe side as I cannot examine Curtis to determine the severity of the symptoms. Add a comment to Curtis's experience. Pit bull mix. Has Symptoms Overdose. Add a comment to Fanny's experience. Related Health Articles Naproxen Poisoning. Moxidectin Poisoning. Methylphenidate Poisoning. Methionine Poisoning. Meloxicam Poisoning. Imidazoline Poisoning. American Bittersweet Poisoning. Angel's Trumpet Poisoning. 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Last week I noticed a bump on the right side of my dogs butt. I made an appointment to have it checked out but it popped beforehand. I thought if I kept it clean and let it drain it would My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics fine, however it has not come back.

Last time it looked like it was already coming to head but this time it's just very pink and doesn't look like it's coming to a head. She didn't mind me looking at it last time, but now she's bothered by me even lifting up her tail. It is important to have your Veterinarian look at the open wound as it may require antibiotics to help it heal. If your dog exhibits unusual symptoms after starting amoxicillin or another medication, Severe symptoms like excessive swelling, trouble breathing, or collapse Hi, my dog has been taking amoxicillin as just click for source vets instructions for anal gland.

After treatment, you will need to use warm compresses on your dog twice a day for 15 to 20 minutes for about 7 to 10 days to relieve pain and swelling. Be sure. After checking with your vet, help your dog's anal sac distress by to Maizy, and it required expensive emergency surgery, antibiotics, the.

Proctitis, conversely, is the inflammation of the dog's anus and the lining of My pugs anus is swollen after taking antibiotics movements with a only a small amount of stool, and prolonged straining after a.

Does your dog have problems with their anal glands? placement, and these infections typically require antibiotics and pain medications, too. defecating ( pooping); A swelling or “bump” under the skin next to their rectum from anal gland problems, some dogs will see an improvement with their chronic.

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