Dog: Eye and Nasal watery dischargeI posted before about my dog - was going to try pulsatilla, but then with the cold weather he started to be stiff in the hind legs when getting up. I gave two doses of Rhus Tox and it seems to have alleviated this problem completely :)
A few weeks have passed and the problem has not recurred.
However there has been another development; not sure if related to the Rhus Tox or not.
There is now a watery colorless discharge from eyes and nose - more pronounced in the mornings. Also I notice his breathing sounds slightly congested - worse in bed. None of these symptoms are severe, however they are new developments and I want to understand what is going on before I try the Pulsatilla for the urination/excitement problem. These discharge symptoms have been present for a couple of weeks now. I am quite sure it is not a cold.
Thank you for any advice.
dragonfly on 2005-12-25
♡ drsajid last decade
Watery eye discharges usually signal Natrum Mur or Arsenicum.
Need more detail, like better from, worse from. Warmth, cold, attention, food.
Sulphur is a great recommendation and often works well with other remedies. May even cure the current problem.
Namaste27 last decade
Namaste - you asked for more information. It's difficult to say, however I think that it is better for attention, cold, exercise.
Not sure about food.
Definitely worse in a.m.
the urination/excitement is still present as always. We have had guests with us over holidays, with their dogs. He is extremely jealous of the other dogs and very vocal about it!
dragonfly last decade
Namaste27 last decade
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