my poor doggy shannon is sick. she went to the groomer a week and a half ago and days later developed some sort of ear infection. thankfully my daughter is a vet tech and she was here to flush, drain, dry and medicate it, she was improving, until yesterday. now it is draining, my poor baby. she felt like she had a fever yesterday but i treated her homeopathically(like i do with kidlet and me and dh) and the fever broke and she was/is much more active. i am really skittish about stuff like this and am a nervous wreck. i can't take my meds until we get home because i will fall asleep at the vets and will be unsafe to drive, so i will live with the tremors and medicate when we get home. think happy thoughts for my girl, she is a lovely, smart, caring, empathetic 4yo golden retriver, i hope we can get her all better.
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