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Auto immune problem in dog

Hi, I have a 3 year old Pomeranian. Unfortunately she has develped some problem over the last year. It causes her to develop cataracts in her eyes. They eyes start developing a greyish haze which starts getting bad to worse. We have shown her to eye specialist who failed to figure out the cause.
The only way to keep it in control is by giving her 'Steroids' with anti histamine. Nothing else seems to work.
As the problem starts, we notice her not wanting to move around. If we do take her to a park, she can't see us properly due to the issue. Only when we call her she figures out where we are.
We have changed her food, tried changing other things, but nothing seems to be working. Seems like allergic reaction as the anti histamine works, but don't want her for life on allergy pills and steroids.
Would really appreciate if any suggestions can be provided.
Thanks in advance
  jatan on 2012-07-18
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Please give her a pill of Phosphorus 200 thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours and see how that affects in next 15 days. The remedy should be given only for one day and not daily.

A dose means...
You may pop one pill in her mouth. Or a pill or a drop may be dissolved in some water and she may be given few sips.
[message edited by kadwa on Thu, 19 Jul 2012 09:49:12 BST]
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