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    One single bit of good news I have had in recent times: Scally has had an E Cuniculi test and it is negative so, he has orthopaedic problems of twisted spine and splayed front legs, pasteurella, cataracts, hardly any teeth... But he doesn't have EC! He had a bit of broken tooth removed a month ago and last week there was still pus in the cavity, Sam is talking about penicillin injections if there is still pus tomorrow... That is a stress I really don't need right now so I hope it's cleared up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    One single bit of good news I have had in recent times: Scally has had an E Cuniculi test and it is negative so, he has orthopaedic problems of twisted spine and splayed front legs, pasteurella, cataracts, hardly any teeth... But he doesn't have EC! He had a bit of broken tooth removed a month ago and last week there was still pus in the cavity, Sam is talking about penicillin injections if there is still pus tomorrow... That is a stress I really don't need right now so I hope it's cleared up.
    Gosh,he has quite a medley of ailments hasn't he but I'm really pleased his EC test was negative. I get your anxiety about injecting but it does get easier. Boo still has a bit of infection in her tooth cavity which is unresponsive to 3 antibiotics, including penicillin. Fingers crossed theres no pus tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Gosh,he has quite a medley of ailments hasn't he but I'm really pleased his EC test was negative. I get your anxiety about injecting but it does get easier. Boo still has a bit of infection in her tooth cavity which is unresponsive to 3 antibiotics, including penicillin. Fingers crossed theres no pus tomorrow

    Was Boo's pus ever cultured JB? I know it doesn't always show a result, but remarkable that it's not responded ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    One single bit of good news I have had in recent times: Scally has had an E Cuniculi test and it is negative so, he has orthopaedic problems of twisted spine and splayed front legs, pasteurella, cataracts, hardly any teeth... But he doesn't have EC! He had a bit of broken tooth removed a month ago and last week there was still pus in the cavity, Sam is talking about penicillin injections if there is still pus tomorrow... That is a stress I really don't need right now so I hope it's cleared up.
    If anyone needs some good news it is you. I hope that Scally is continuing to cope as well as possible with all of his problems. I'd love to meet him, he sounds to be a very stoic little fella

    I hope his check up with Sam goes well today and that he wont need to have the Pen' injections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    One single bit of good news I have had in recent times: Scally has had an E Cuniculi test and it is negative so, he has orthopaedic problems of twisted spine and splayed front legs, pasteurella, cataracts, hardly any teeth... But he doesn't have EC! He had a bit of broken tooth removed a month ago and last week there was still pus in the cavity, Sam is talking about penicillin injections if there is still pus tomorrow... That is a stress I really don't need right now so I hope it's cleared up.
    I really hope that it’s good news today, and that you don’t need to inject him xx

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    Sending anti pus vibes to Scally today. I hope the vet appointment goes well.
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    Some extra vibes from me this morning for your brave soldier

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    Thanks to those of you who posted to send good wishes. On balance, we have decided to try Setting,(s e p t ri n,****y autocorrect!) pending getting it into him. We may have to start making decisions re his mobility soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    One single bit of good news I have had in recent times: Scally has had an E Cuniculi test and it is negative so, he has orthopaedic problems of twisted spine and splayed front legs, pasteurella, cataracts, hardly any teeth... But he doesn't have EC! He had a bit of broken tooth removed a month ago and last week there was still pus in the cavity, Sam is talking about penicillin injections if there is still pus tomorrow... That is a stress I really don't need right now so I hope it's cleared up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Was Boo's pus ever cultured JB? I know it doesn't always show a result, but remarkable that it's not responded ...

    Wrong thread!
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