dog alopeciahi, i have a 3 yr old dachshund with the begginning of alopecia, stubble on the chest which is spreading under the arms etc- & whole belly. i need a remedie for him, have done the vet root. anyone have a dog with this? apparantly is common with dachshund. pls help!
SAUSAGEDOG on 2006-01-20
Namaste27 last decadehi there, thanks for reply. he dislikes anyone other than family & friends he knows well, cant have strangers in the house, mad barking etc-! is fine outside though & quite scared of things. very loving toward the family however & will go mad to greet us when you come in! doesnt like to be left, has to be with us. the loss of hair began after neutering op, had skin tests & had couple hormone injections but its now spreading up his neck.?
SAUSAGEDOG last decadeHe sounds constitutionally like a Phosphorus dog-Long, lean,narrow-bodied, worse when alone, worse but sometimes better from thunder/lightning. built like a sprinter, they walk you when on the leash, high-energy but crash often needing a nap and then afterwards have tons of energy. They love to drink water, especially cold water. Sensitive is their middle name, may chase their tail in circles or they snap at imaginary flies. Sometimes vomit immediately after eating or drinking.
If this sounds like him, I will post more detail. If not, then I will give other remedy suggestions.
Namaste27 last decadehello, thanks again for reply. yes that does sound like him i think! he definately walks us when on the leash- he does sometimes vomit after drink/food for no seeming reason ( not ill etc-. he does bark at imaginary items or will focus on something in the room & bark. is very territorial. so the remedy is phosphorus? thanks for your help.
SAUSAGEDOG last decadeTry Phosphorus 30C, one daily dose for 4-6 weeks.
Namaste27 last decade
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