Must be the picture, because she's not thin. She could still stand to lose a few pounds. With her being under the weather, and ponds off limits due to her ear. It makes any real exercise tough.
While she hasn't been around any foxtails, the thought of foreign object has crossed my mind. My personal vet has looked in her ear, but not under sedation. She was only sedated at the ER vet. Its also had me second guessing the real cause if her needing that visit. As Ranger did growl, and snap to get her to back off. But I never saw him actually nip her. There was only one small slit on the inside of the ear, but no marks any where else, including the outside.
Last Tuesday she had a horrible day. Acting like when we have storms in the area. I even check the radar, but no rain anywhere near us. I told my husband, we really have to find what's ailing her. I'm not sure how many of those days me, and her can go through.
If these last treatments don't help. I think we are overdue in having a specialist see her.
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