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FML - The follow-up
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Hey, OP here! The vet was worried that he might have a concussion, so they gave him shots to prevent/reduce any swelling. I think he also received a sedative for the x-ray. Anyway, he's doing just fine now...back to his normal happy self. And he got some turkey in the end for his trouble :)
By roadie42 / Monday 25 May 2015 03:15 / United States - Farmington
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If he didn't have proof that his dog was up to date on his rabies shot they'd have to give the dog another rabies shot before they could treat him. Happened to me with a dog I was given.

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Hey, OP here! The vet was worried that he might have a concussion, so they gave him shots to prevent/reduce any swelling. I think he also received a sedative for the x-ray. Anyway, he's doing just fine now...back to his normal happy self. And he got some turkey in the end for his trouble :)

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I'm glad he is ok. You can re-train him to be calm when he smells something good in the kitchen. When he comes in, have a treat ready. Hold it next to your eye so he is looking at you, tell him to sit or lay down (or any other command). When he is calm, give him the treat or put it in his dish (my preference, but not necessary).

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I highly suggest to pet health insurance. I use Healthy Paws and I love them. I just got x-Rays on my Malamute not too long ago and it was pretty much free. The peace of mind is amazing and the monthly payments are pretty affordable.

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