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So, I took Ralphy to the vet because the Baytril was not working, so they did do a culture on him and the vet said he has a mild Pastuerellosis. He said he might need Penicillin injected into him depending on what they find. I don't think I could do it. I'd have to ask my Husband. He said I might not need the Penicillin though, so, we'll know in a few days what's going on in that little body of his.
Giv ing shots isn't so bad. Pull up the skin n stick n inject. My vet insisted on doing it Cottons PennG himself once a week. I did the baytril shots a year ago.
this is what we used for cottons pastuerella and seems it worked. We also are using benadryl for sneezing n congestion. It has helped.
He is going back tomorrow to the vet n we will see if his nostril is unblocked. I think it is cuz he is running around playing again lately. We are also using probiotic all this time. That helped keep his appetite up.