Please help! Urgent! My dog has advanced kidney failure!Hi, my little Yorkie has serious kidney failure. She is 15 years old, was 5 pounds her whole life until she got very sick about 9 days ago, so now she weighs about 3 lbs now because she stopped eating & drinking. She was put in the hospital & hooked up to IV's for three days, but they had to stop with the IV's on the third day because her IV's were 'blowing' & she couldn't keep the IV in. Her blood vessels were restricting. The vet had just given up on her & gave her 2 hours to 2 days to live, but she has lived 6 days and still going strong since I've brought her home! I've been giving her arsenicum album pellets, twice per day. But now, yesterday & today, she seems to be back-tracking again. I ordered some eel serum 6c liquid dilution,, but don't know what dose to give her? What dose should I give her & what can I do for her? I've been force-feeding her Jurassic grass juice (wheatgrass, barley & alfalfa) also, marshmallow root powder (about 3ml) every couple hours 5-6 times per day). Also, organic low-sodium chicken broth. Today she threw up when she woke up. She will eat a few small soft bites of very soft food, but hardly drinking water on her own anymore. What should I do and what are correct doses for each thing I'm giving her?
Kakiali on 2012-11-29
One drop is the dose for eel serum. This may also be given twice a day.
[message edited by kadwa on Fri, 30 Nov 2012 08:11:59 GMT]
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