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    Glad to hear Bailey has stopped coughing. This is just a thought but worth mentioning I think. Have a friend who had Border Collie puppy who was coughing badly, runny poo and swollen abdomen. Turned out she was riddled with worms, they had attatched themselves to the lungs and near her heart. Does not bear thinking about I know but it's worth looking into if you see no improvement. Hopefully Bailey was wormed throughout puppyhood by the breeder only using worming medication from the vets, anyway just thought I would pass it on.
    HollyDolly

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    Thanks HollyDolly, another member had also mentioned lung worm, and apparantly s/w wales is a hot spot. been to vet today and they are putting her on treatment for lungworm as a precaution, so 7 days of panacur which i have to put on her food (except she has dried food so i need to be imaginitive!)

    Thanks again, and this may help the situation!

    Also the best news that we are now on day 4 with no cough!!!
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    Cariad (Ruby) Jan 2009 & Lily (Westie) May 2007

    Gone but never forgotten... Baby Bailey (Blenheim) 10th April 2008~25.02.09

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    YAAAAYYYY!!!! I would still call your breeder to discuss reimbursing you for all your medical expenses or a refund.
    Trisha in Southwest Florida
    Cavaliers: Casey, Ollie, & Winston and usually a foster or two! Cats: Pebbles & Benson

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    Panacur paste can go straight in the mouth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Pauline* View Post
    Panacur paste can go straight in the mouth.
    Panacur granules are used to treat lungworm so they need to go with food.

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    yep, its the granules i have been given, but her burns, panacur powder and some home made gravy went down a treat last night, she ate her dinner so quickly she didn't have time to realise there was anything in it! i rekon Bailey thought she was getting a treat as there was gravy on her dinner!! i am getting very cunning when it comes to getting medicines in her now!!
    Emily with her furry monsters
    Cariad (Ruby) Jan 2009 & Lily (Westie) May 2007

    Gone but never forgotten... Baby Bailey (Blenheim) 10th April 2008~25.02.09

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