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Monday 21st of April 2014



Esophagitis - dog health experiences


Esophagitis dog experience
Dog Owner:
faith
Location: fresno/california/usa

My name is Tina and my chiwawas name is "Faith" i have to be honest and say i wasnt very happy to see that we had another dog in the family. She was almost starved to death and weighed four pounds. She had also been very bady abused for several months by small children and also has a broken leg which has been in a cast for 4 1/2 months. We still have a ways to go before its completely healed. The great thing is it is healing. Ive spent alot of time with Faith and have gotten the chance to get to know her. She has great spirits, and loves to give lots and lots of kisses. She loves to sleep under the covers and with you and will do whatever it takes to get there. She has even lifted Graces spirits our older chiwawa who liked to sleep and stay in the room all the time. Not anymore! Her and Faith are best friends, even closer than that...their "sisters" and love eachother. Any way i started noticing that she has a dry gagging cought that is becomeing more n more frequent. She is staring to loose weight even though ive only seen her get sick from coughing. They are also getting longer n longer. Sometime i dont think shes going to make thru being so small. As i research more n more it breaks my heart to learn that she still will have a rough road with being sick and wearing a acast thats bigger and weighs more than she does. Im not exactly she what is wrong with her but its definately her esophagitis. please pray for little Faith thank you, tina
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