Dog got into Ars AlbHi,
I gave my dog Bella Donna 30c may 27 at 2:20 and 6:20 PM and then again on 5/28 I think the 3rd dose probably was too much/not needed as it seemed to aggravate one of his symptoms (reverse sneezing). I believe he has Rabies Miasm from the rabies vaccine. His symptoms are : Aggression, extreme fear of garden hose, extremely protective of house/territorial, eating of paper, intense, hyperactive,reverse sneezing, biting and snapping,growling, staring (looks like he's imagining/looking for bugs)
As noted the reverse sneezing got worse after the 3rd dose but most of the other symptoms had been better. His energy level was also to a more "normal" level. that is until he got into and ate my ars alb 6c... he ate the entire bottle but I have no idea how much was in there...it was not full. Also his hyperness is off the charts (it is different than a high energy dog)
Any advice as to what to do now. it did seem like bella donna was possibly his remedy. I was going to wait and see how he was doing before deciding what to do next as far as giving bella donna again or switching to a different remedy. but now that he's had the ars alb I don't know what I should do
melissabr55 on 2018-05-31
As for his hyperactive behavior, and if you think it was caused by vaccine, then you may give him a rabies vaccine nosodes (Rabies vacc. Canine) 1M just one or 2 doses.
The remedy is available from Helios, UK.
♡ Tui 4 years ago
melissabr55 4 years ago
I usually use vaccine nosodes after people had vaccines, especially when they are sure that their problem has started after the vaccines.
♡ Tui 4 years ago
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