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Dog with fluid in lungs

Is there anyone here who has any advice to give regarding homeopathic remedies for a dog with fluid in lungs? My 12 year old Japanese Spitz has got fluid in the lungs and high kidney values. He coughs and is restless at night. He has now begun with lasix and it has helped a bit, but wondered if some homeopathic remedies can help him.
Thank you for any advice.
  sanne on 2014-08-20
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try Merc Sulph 200 daily one dose for a week
deoshlok 8 years ago
Thank you for your reply, i will order merc sulph 200 and see if he gets better.
sanne 8 years ago
My dog has fluid around his lungs. He had a wet cough and was breathing heavy. It started with his sneezing a lot but I didn't think much of it. Then it went to coughing. I finally took him in because he was having issues breathing and coughing all the time. The vet examined him said his heart is fine but he has Swollen Lymph Nodes on his neck and near his back side (underneath). The vet put him on meds that made him very weak - he can't walk or stand up, and he's very dehydrated. I've been feeding him by hand and giving him water by hand but he hasn't peed but did poop. He is having even more issues breathing but the cough is gone. What can I give him to help his breathing, lymph nodes, the fluid around his lungs and give him strength. He's still eating lying down and pooping lying down.
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