VETS, Please help, My dog got hit by a car and is still in shock. Please help!!!!?
VETS, Please HELP! Puppie got hit by a car is in Shock and nonresponsive.?Hi this morning my Dog, Baby, got hit by a car, I found her laying outside eyes open and unconscious she was not breathing, I thought she was dead. I didn't know how long she was laying there before I found her. I picked her up and she...
Asked by Jesse Rockmore 1 year ago.
VETS, Please HELP! Puppie got hit by a car is in Shock and nonresponsive.? Hi this morning my Dog, Baby, got hit by a car, I found her laying outside eyes open and unconscious she was not breathing, I thought she was dead. I didn't know how long she was laying there before I found her. I picked her up and she started breathing. Her eyes were not moving a little blood in her mouth. I quickly took her to her Vet. One eye is popping out a little her tongue was out and she was dreweling. Non responsive, moved very lightly if at all. I am so sad, she is my world, I don't know what to do. The Xrays show no broken bones, or internal ogan damage, her head skull looks fine but from the swollen eye and non responsiveness they believe is brain swelling. They put her on IV. Fluids, pain killers, Hydromorphone 2mg/ml, Midazolam 5mg/ml, and Solu Delta Cortef for the swelling. Its been like 4 hours, I have no news from the doctor. If she hasn't respond, what are her chances of surviving? How long could it take to respond. My vet can only keep her until 6 and there is no 24 Intensive care for dogs around my town, only 3 hours away. I need help. I am really scared of loosing her. Can she loose her eye? It is popping out, swollen, red and dry. Is the Vet taking the right steps? thanks in advance for taking the time to help me. Answered by Carmina Naugher 1 year ago.
Arturo... First of all I'm sure everyone here is pulling for Baby! For your vet to only be able to keep this little one until 6 tonight really blows me away. This sounds like an acute, critical injury, and a vet who truly serves his community that has no 24/7 emergency facility in the nearby area would often stay to monitor a seriously injured patient's progress...or call in a partner or vet affiliate who could cover for that time. In her current situation, moving Baby to get her on the road to an emergency vet 3 hours away is really a terrible option for her -- it shouldn't be done. She needs to be closely monitored over the next 48 hours to see how she may be responding. I realize that you are also concerned about her eye...but if her little brain is swelling, THAT'S the more immediate concern. There are lubricants that can be administered to keep her eye moistened in the interim, and depending on the damage to her eye, possible procedures to save it depending on damage to the nerve (usually more successful immediately rather than later). But she needs to regain consciousness to see if the treatment she is getting is curtailing or reversing any swelling in her brain that she may have. I would talk to my vet ASAP...I'm surprised you should have to...to see if there is any way he or a vet associate in the area could please monitor her tonight instead of forcing you to have to consider a dangerous, lengthy trip to an emergency clinic 3 hours away. We all have our fingers crossed! I'm praying for you and little Baby! Answered by Contessa Dimauro 1 year ago.
I am so sorry, you must be so scared! Your vet should be giving you more info if they are not willing to keep her after 6! I am not a vet just a animal lover, So I am sorry I cant give you any more information. Depending on what the vet says, you might just have to make the drive and take your baby to that pet ER 3 hours away! You both will be in my prayers! P.S. Don't let the vet turn you away without any help or answers Answered by Phyllis Amsley 1 year ago.
These are questions that you should be asking the vet, not strangers on YA's. If the vet cannot keep the dog, then you make the 3 hour trip. Apparently there are some people answering your question that cannot comprehend what you've written and they've suggested you take the dog to the vet's office. Answered by Nathanael Adamowski 1 year ago.
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Sorry to hear about your dog. Hopefully her condition will improve. Unfortunately, we cannot really answer those questions. Have you discussed all of those questions with the vet that is caring for her? Answered by Dixie Benitz 1 year ago.
My dog got hit by a care about a year ago. Just don't wait and take her to the vet NOW! Only time will tell if she will live. So go to the vet and save your dog before it is too late! Answered by Natasha Masoner 1 year ago.
Sorry about her getting hit. She should have been in your yard. NO Vets on this site. We can't answer medical issues cause then we would be practicing Veterinarian Medicine with out a license. So all we can do is to tell you to trust in your Vet. Hope she pulls through this. Blessings Answered by Dulcie Shoemake 1 year ago.
I cannot imagine your distress,nevertheless I cannot imagine why you had a puppy that was not protected by a fenced garden/yard. Get real. There are no dogs that should be left outside without a safe fenced garden/yard. Your dog was hit by a car because you failed to protect her. Hells teeth after reading your post, I suspect that you are a TROLL Answered by Vernon Jimerson 1 year ago.
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