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Growth Problem in my 8 Month Old St Bernard

Hi I am a frequent follower of this forum & found very useful solutions.
I have a St. Bernard Dog of 8 months old and weight is only 33 Kgs & height is also 25 inch only. As far his breed standard he is too under weight & under short. His bone structure also not very good. He has broken elbow at the age of 2 months. His fractured is healed but inflammation is still there with no signs of pain. Please anyone help me to treat his problem. Do I use growth hormone? I know those are very harmful. Please help
[message edited by kolrahul on Tue, 13 Aug 2013 12:48:50 BST]
  kolrahul on 2013-08-13
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Please give him 2 pellets of calc phos 6x in the morning and 2 pellets of silicea 6x in the evening for one month.
kadwa 8 years ago
Thanks for your reply. I have already given him some medicines. Correct me if i am wrong.

Baryta Carb 30 thrice in a day
Silicea 12x 4 tab thrice in a day
and symphytum Q 5 drops twice in a day for 6 month
Calc phos 12x 4tab thrice in a day
kolrahul 8 years ago
Stop baryta carb 30. Give calc phos 6x and silicea 12x only once a day.

Symphytum is not needed if fracture is healed.
kadwa 8 years ago
Thanks. I have done his right elbow X-ray recently. It shows fractured portion is completely healed but in the joint bone swelling(inflammation in Bone) is there & some form of osteoarthritis formation seen (as per report)
kolrahul 8 years ago

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