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Old January 30th 06, 08:09 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Can anyone explain or point me to information on getting rid of
canine gout. Is there a special diet, medicine ect.

My 13 year old Lab has developed this and we would like to try and
treat it our self before going to the vet.
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Old January 31st 06, 01:23 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Can anyone explain or point me to information on getting rid of
canine gout. Is there a special diet, medicine ect.

My 13 year old Lab has developed this and we would like to try and
treat it our self before going to the vet.


.........If you haven't been to the vet how do you know your dog has gout? I
don't think that generally dogs get the same kind of gout that humans do.
It may be called that, but isn't.
http://www.dogstuff.info/calcinosis_cutis_lanting.html

........to treat whatever is wrong with you dog you first need a diagnosis.
buglady
take out the dog before replying


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Old January 31st 06, 09:10 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 01:23:33 GMT, "buglady"
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Can anyone explain or point me to information on getting rid of
canine gout. Is there a special diet, medicine ect.

My 13 year old Lab has developed this and we would like to try and
treat it our self before going to the vet.


........If you haven't been to the vet how do you know your dog has gout?


Educated guess

i don't think that generally dogs get the same kind of gout that humans do.
It may be called that, but isn't.
http://www.dogstuff.info/calcinosis_cutis_lanting.html

.......to treat whatever is wrong with you dog you first need a diagnosis.


Even if the diagnosis is wrong if there is a remedy or suggestion that
is not harmful to the dog it is worth trying.

 




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