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Dog - Neuropathy & Weakness in Legs

Hello, I have a 10 year old Golden Retriever/Poodle mix. Large, 80lbs. He has been diagnosed with possible Neuropathy disease/damage. He tested negative for Degenerative Myelopothy.

His current symptoms include: Dragging of back knuckles, weakness in hind legs (prone to slipping/falling), sensitivity along the middle of the spine. Otherwise, eating, drinking, and bowel movements are all healthy. Dog does suffer from food & environmental allergies. Recent blood work came back normal. Demeanor is good, and energy level is appropriate for a 10 year old dog.

Other medications he is currently on: Benadryl (100mg/day), Temaril-P (prednisone steroid and antihistamine mix)(about 25mg/day), Tramadol for pain as needed (50-100mg/day), and Vegetarian Glucosamine Supplement (1 chewable/day).

I'm looking for something to aid possibly with inflammation of the spinal cord and/or nerve pain/health.

Thank you
  LittleM938 on 2017-11-06
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Please give him causticum 30 and nux vomica 30 twice a day for 10 days and see how that affects.

One dose means few sips of medicated water. The medicated water should be prepared by adding 1 drop each of both remedies to some water.
kadwa 6 years ago

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