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March 27, 2018
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dog mixed breed, small size about 6 kg, 4 years old, presented since puppy neurological signs as too frequent blinking and when lifet in arms or in lap would gently squirm and couldn’t be still. Being the runt of her litter was, though, the only one who came up to this age. Chronically undrnourished up to her two years and a half. Near her 3rd year she began presenting epilepsy, violent seizures, showing a regularity of being in serioes of about 8 in one or day and a half and recurring about every 3 weeks. Once the series would end she’d have a day or two being hyper and much hunger and whinning. Was treated with Belladona without results, then Cal. Car. also without results, then with Silicea about three of four months ago and apparently began to be positive results, the seizures series beginning to occur more distanced one from another series. But after the series of seizures would come after few days a period of deep physiccal depression, being adynamic and apparently repeating again feeling cool as she would coil even when the temperature would be warm; this same occurred before and was one of the cues to try Silicea, along with her personality and her “runtiness”, but now more accentuated, and the fact that at her age she had accumulated a lot of dark teeth tar. Apparently Silicea stopped working on her. And then she took the custom of now seek to be propped while coiling with her torso somewhat up. Now, since the times she had Belladona appeared at times a little hacking caough, occurring randomly and very seldom, and a bit of nasal congestion along her snout all which was thought to be due to an overaction of Belladona or even to hairs in her throat at times. But since few days ago she began losing weight and being more adinamyc till now seems to have an acute bout of pneumonia, but without cough or sneezing and any discharge. Just a high fever, without any thirst, loss of appetite, she used to like all food now rejects all but a bit of meat. Her stolls were good and normal in appearance (but time ago she seemed to have problems about it, having stools that would be slimmy and at times with some tiny blood streaks). The appearance of being now a problem of an acute pneumonia is the high temperature and the kind of breath she has, fast, about 40 per minute and kinda shallow. She keeps being somewhat timid, without soem occasional gaiety she used to have, and very gentle. We cannot think right now in more than either Phosphorus or again Silica, for her personality and character. Though, she does not fit physical symptoms of Phosphorus as thirst for cool water thant there’s vomited, fortunately till now there has been no vomits , but neither ishe now drinking anything, and then there are neither any kind of discharges, nor cough, nor other signs but the high temperature and great postration and fast and shallow breathing, all which reminds of Belladona but in violent ways. The onset of this present situation wasn’t either tto fast as with Belladona. If anyone could give ideas ithey would be very much appreciated.

March 27, 2018
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With a situation like this I would suggest you do a consult with a homeopathic vet like Dr.Deva Khalsa:

http://www.doctordeva.com/cont…..dr-khalsa/

March 27, 2018
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Thank you for your advice but is not possible to afford a paid consultation.

March 27, 2018
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In that case I can submit your question for the Veterinary column, but it will take about 3 weeks to get an answer.  Will that work for you?

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