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My 2 year old German Shepherd is not eating twice a day,what to do?

My 2 year old German Shepherd is not eating twice a day. It is feeling very weak and suffering from gasping bending her neck down words not eating bricks, we are giving rice with boiled egg and curd it is becoming very weak suggest me some remedy, I am unable to get a good doctor

By vittal nedunuri · 29 Jun 2014 10:17 pm

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By dezpinz Kennels Desmond Fernandez · 07 Jul 2014 7:25 am
Hi, your GS is probably suffering from Tick Fever. Get it to a Vet immediately. He will start it on Doxycycline if TF is confirmed by a low platelet count. Desmond Fernandez 9223221717 Dezpinz Kennels, Borivali, Mumbai.
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By Ayon Saha · 14 Aug 2014 8:46 pm
Well that might be the case, as mentioned by 'dezpinz'. For fever we use crocin. For tick use anti-tick collar, Bulfo Shampoo, Ivermectin tabs for heavy infestation Hifer inj. Now if it is Tick you will understand peering at his coat.

Keep giving curd.

You can use Verol / Proviboost and Aptivet.
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