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dog behavioural issues re missing eye

i am caring for a dingo , last year it began to defend and attack needlessly when other dogs came close to its owner,,, it is dangerous when it fights,,, eventually a tumor was found in the left eye,, after a late dose of carcinosin 1m its eye was removed, the tumour bigger ,,, now with one eye the problem remains, it s sight is minimal obviously because it only has one eye, and it seems its trying very hard to defend its owner when there is no threat present , just the presence of another dog walking up to its owner, the nature of the dog is patient and gentle and affectionate , it can be stubborn when its desires conflict with an order its owner gives, if its interested in doing someting and is off leash it will ignore at those times, but generally a well behaved sensitive and good natured dog,, i have repeated the dose of carcinosin 1m once , the owner is no longer alive so i m unable to know how many doses were given before i took on care, i do know the carcinosin was not given immediately after diagnosis, and i do know the tumor was fairly advanced when discovered, this became true for the owner as well, and they passed over very fast after finding an advanced and aggressive tumor... any ideas?
  divinci on 2015-04-30
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Lachesis or Stram may help.

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kadwa 7 years ago

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