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I gave my dog the wrong dose of nexgard

I gave my dog the wrong dose of nexgard



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I gave my dog the wrong dose of nexgard the other day and he got sick. i took him to a vet and they said his kidneys were swollen and werent really in working order and that he would need to be put down. i took him back to the vet and the nurse gave me the right dose of nexgard and he is fine. im so glad i read the side effects because she didnt give me nexgard or anything for him. is there anything else that you would suggest im not sure what to do.

thanks

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My boyfriend and I want to have a dog but we aren't sure if it's best for us or for them.

He has a very tiny house and I can't fit a dog in there. I work alot and he doesn't have enough money to get rid of my car. We have a few years to go until I'll be able to make my own money. Do we need to buy a dog? It's not a pet that we plan on adopting because I can't take care of it.

Hi there. Thank you for taking the time to write your thoughts. I’m very sorry to hear that you’re finding this so difficult.

First, this is all very new to me, so I don’t really know the protocol here, but I’m guessing that you may have some time to discuss this and learn the ropes before the baby comes? That would give you both the time to figure this out, and I hope you will.

If that is the case, then I’m assuming this is your first baby? If it isn’t, how was this baby’s birth? Were you at the hospital with her for her delivery, did she go into labor? Was there a c-section? And what is the sex of the baby?

I’m sorry that I don’t have the answers to your questions. Hopefully someone else will be able to better help you. Good luck.

Well this is a weird one but I guess the answer is YES, I guess you need to figure out what you can and can't do, get him a dog, or a puppy that is.

I would have a dog around the house if I had kids because if they get hurt or have an accident they want to be near their family, and that's what we want them to be with us and so a dog is the perfect companion. My parents have a dog now, which makes them feel needed, and if I were to have kids in the future, I'd want them to have a dog as well. It makes a home nicer and feel more happy. So I guess I would say YES, get your son a dog.

How old is your baby now? A year old? Good, this is a time where things are starting to settle, for him, he's starting to realize what it's like to have his own family, and he's starting to get to the realization that life goes on and he'll be a family and be on his own. For you, it's hard to start over, but you can't stay sad, that makes the grieving longer and even more difficult. Start thinking of a future, for your son, for you. Where do you want to be? What do you want to be? Are you ready to be an adult?

You’re right – he’s an adult! But, you must learn to take care of yourself and the child because that is very important for both of you to be a family! That is all you can do right now. Take it day by day, week by week, month by month, and just do what you need to be a good parent. Do you need to go to the doctor or something like that? Well, you need to see his doctor because maybe there is something that’s bothering him that you haven’t noticed yet. There is really nothing you can do about it. I know that it’s very scary, and I’m sure you feel as if you’re going to lose your son. Please try to pull it together, and be a good parent. That is what he needs right now, you and a good dad figure to have around.

I’m so sorry to hear about your son’s condition. I know that you just had your son and that your heart is still in pain and you’re still not feeling whole again. You have to look towards the future. What will you do to try and give your child a better life?

There is really nothing to say here. I’m so sorry that this has happened to you. Please take care of yourself and just try to look towards the future with your son.

Hi, I am so sorry to read this. You’ve already told me that your son is now 11 years old. I am so sorry that you’re dealing with this, and I do feel that the way that you’re handling this is absolutely spot on. I really hope that things will turn out well and you can be an important part of your son’s life, for as long as he needs you.

I’m sorry to hear about this, I’ve never dealt with any of this before. I am a little surprised that you don’t have someone else to take care of your son and I’m sorry to hear that. If you think that it is possible, have someone you can call upon and ask them to watch your son. I know that you just had your son and that your heart is still in pain and you’re still not feeling whole again. You have to look towards the future. What will you do to try and give your child a better life?

There is really nothing to say here. I’m so sorry that this has happened to you. Please take care of yourself and just try to look towards the future with your son.

It sounds as though you are really not coping very well at the moment. I’m so sorry that you are going through this. I’ve only just read your update about your son and just how much stress you are under. You’re at the end of your tether with everything and I’m really sorry to read this. I really hope that things will turn out ok for you and your son. I know that things will be much better when this is over, so please take care of yourself.


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