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    Update : Charlie has had x rays can't see anything wrong . Looks like arthritis must be the only way forward. The vet said when he sleeps he props himself up against things to keep himself balanced which is true. I contacted some local vets that do acupuncture and it seems the average session is about 55 pounds which I was quite happy with

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    He's still eating and now pooping but he's not aloud home yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    He's still eating and now pooping but he's not aloud home yet

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    Sounds as though he is responding to treatment and hopefully he will be able to return home very soon xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Update : Charlie has had x rays can't see anything wrong . Looks like arthritis must be the only way forward. The vet said when he sleeps he props himself up against things to keep himself balanced which is true. I contacted some local vets that do acupuncture and it seems the average session is about 55 pounds which I was quite happy with

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    Just seen this, has the Vet checked CB's ears ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Just seen this, has the Vet checked CB's ears ?
    Yeah he's already had the surgery on one ear where he has a whole in the side of his head (oblation? ) why what you thinking JJ? Xx

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    I'm glad he's eating and pooping, I hope he will be home soon xx

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    good news about the eating and pooping. hope he's home very soon. x
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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Yeah he's already had the surgery on one ear where he has a whole in the side of his head (oblation? ) why what you thinking JJ? Xx

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    That his balance issues may be due to Inner ear problems. Given that he's already had an ear canal ablation it seems even more of a possibility. Could his pain be from his ears instead of/aswell as arthritis ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Update : Charlie has had x rays can't see anything wrong . Looks like arthritis must be the only way forward. The vet said when he sleeps he props himself up against things to keep himself balanced which is true. I contacted some local vets that do acupuncture and it seems the average session is about 55 pounds which I was quite happy with

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    Glad to hear that things seem to be improving.

    A loss of balance can be due to inner ear issues. Especially since he's had his ear ablation surgery.

    What pain relief will he be given, have they mentioned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Glad to hear that things seem to be improving.

    A loss of balance can be due to inner ear issues. Especially since he's had his ear ablation surgery.

    What pain relief will he be given, have they mentioned?
    Apperntly he's been on metacam injectons. He's coming home tonight at six! !!

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