Steroids for dogs dosage

Hi I have a Clydesdale mare that got a stifle injury. She had trouble getting up . We were getting to where even with the bute pain med we would have to go up and get her up everyday. She had a bad time and the vet had talked about quality of life. I heard about the tumeric and added it to her grain. She LOVES it. Her lips are all yellow when she is finished. She has not had to have help since the day we started her on it That was over three months ago and the weather has gotten colder. She now gets up off the ground better than when we first got her. She looks great and is feeling much better and even gets out and runs in the pasture. I add tumeric, black pepper and olive oil to her grain morning and night. I still add a small amount of bute. It is amazing how well this works

Do not stop giving your pet these drugs abruptly, as this can have life-threatening consequences. Ask your vet about weaning your dog off of them slowly. You should let your veterinarian know if your dog is on any other medications, as these can react badly with prednisone or prednisolone. A vet should be consulted for dogs that are pregnant, and puppies that are too young should not get these drugs as they can inhibit growth and cause other problems. Diabetic dogs should also not take them. Overdose can lead to itching, seizures, loss of hearing, weakness, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, or heart problems. Follow your veterinarian’s dosage guidelines and contact your vet if you see signs of any serious symptoms.

Barb, your comment was what I was looking for. I use turmeric for myself daily and know about the necessity of using it with black pepper. I was worried about whether it would be safe to give my 15 year old Chihuahua some turmeric and if so, whether or not to add the pepper. She has a serious case of congestive heart failure, and water is constantly building up in her. She often has to have injections of Lasix to eliminate it. Even though she’s on 4 pharmaceutical drugs twice a day, fluid still builds up. I’m hoping that the turmeric helps. Thanks again.

Hi there! Thanks so much for the tip. I have a 15-20lb beagle mix and a 70lb golden lab. The lab has had a skin condition for YEARS! Complete with hotspots and constant scratching. And our vet(s) have not been able to figure it out. I tried treating for food allergies, fleas/ticks/mites, fungus, and so many other ‘suggestions’. And the little beagle is showing signs of (what I’ve been told) doggie eczema. So….I have tired garlic….I’m going to start today and will update on my progress. Question, can I give them a garlic supplement? Or is fresh garlic preferred?
Thanks again for your post.

Steroids for dogs dosage

steroids for dogs dosage

Hi there! Thanks so much for the tip. I have a 15-20lb beagle mix and a 70lb golden lab. The lab has had a skin condition for YEARS! Complete with hotspots and constant scratching. And our vet(s) have not been able to figure it out. I tried treating for food allergies, fleas/ticks/mites, fungus, and so many other ‘suggestions’. And the little beagle is showing signs of (what I’ve been told) doggie eczema. So….I have tired garlic….I’m going to start today and will update on my progress. Question, can I give them a garlic supplement? Or is fresh garlic preferred?
Thanks again for your post.

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