Bella in the hospital

July 25, 2012

4 Responses to Bella in the hospital

  1. Susan on August 17, 2016 at 11:26 am

    Omg. I just had my dog Rocky vaccinated on Monday and took her to thevbet this morning because she was not acting herself. They diagnosed her with anemia and said if I had waited another day he would have needed a blood transfusion. They sent us home with steroids and gave Rocky fluids at the office. I have to take him back tomorrow for another blood count. His gums are still pale. He seems to have a little more energy this afternoon.

    I am so sorry about Brlla and Sadie. I can’t believe this. You think you are taking such good care of your dog. I can’t stop crying because I am so worried. Do you know of anything at all that can be done. Maybe something new since last year. This is just terrible.

    • adminjr on August 17, 2016 at 12:34 pm

      Susan, I haven’t heard of any treatment, although there may be. Are they calling it anemia or hemolytic anemia? I would look for a vet who is experienced in treating this horrible problem. Are you going to a specialist? You probably should. A general practice vet may not be the best person. If you are near a vet school, contact them. Also take a look at the vets at http://www.truth4pets.org/vets What city do you live in? Maybe I know someone.

  2. Don Ebersole on April 11, 2015 at 4:17 am

    Hi,

    I just lost my lovely English Springer Spaniel named ” SADIE ” to this terrible disease Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, brought on by vaccinations. She was first diagnosed when she was a little over one year old and she died when she was three years and nine months old, which was on April 9, 2015. This whole time with her illness and her death has been a terrible and upsetting experience for me and my family. She was such a dedicated pet to our family and loved us as much as we loved her. I will never forget her. She was so beautiful. I just wish I would never had her vaccinated to the so called vaccination requirements. She would be by my side today. What can we do to stop this unnessary process that is being performed when our pets don’t really need them by the Vets we but our faith in to take care of our pets?

    • adminjr on April 22, 2015 at 9:48 am

      Don, I’m so sorry for your loss. I hope you’ll spread the word about the dangers of vaccines, so many of which are unnecessary. I hope you’ll tell your friends about the questions to ask before allowing vaccination. http://truth4pets.org/question-before-vaccination/

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