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Old 06-27-2019, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Dogs always have something

Hello, I have two pitbull puppies. Vader is 7 months old and Rey is 5 months old. These dogs are the joy of my life. I have a great little family going. However, these damn dogs always have something wrong. When I first got them they had worms, then the baby girl had a UTI, then she had a soft tissue injury playing on the bed. Now she has an ear infection and the Vader has Giardia. These dogs are watched 24/7 and live in a damn apartment (For now). After costing me a fortune at the vet I don’t know how they keep getting sick or why something is always happening. But right now I’m working on getting Vader healed from the parasite and his poop back to being hard and for Rey I’m trying to get her all healthy. Any advice on why these damn dogs are always sick? I feed them a strict raw food diet that has proven much more beneficial than kibble.
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Welcome to the forum Savedbyblood33. The things you are describing are par for the course with rescue dogs. Are they from a shelter? You're right, it does cost a lot of money to get the dogs health and keep them that way. It is part of the commitment that we take on when we get them. Hopefully, after their problems clear up you will be able to enjoy them for many years to come.
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Sorry but that’s just typical puppy stuff. Good pet insurance would have covered most of it. You might want to consider it going forward.

I live in a big city and it’s not unusual to see the signs of giardia all over the sidewalk when all the new puppies start to come out in the spring. The good news is that they rarely get it more than once.

Good luck!
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