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Post by ianfallows on Sun Nov 27 2016, 15:13

Hi has any one seen anything like these.  They started developing one hour after evening walk yesterday and have been getting bigger




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Post by -Ian- on Sun Nov 27 2016, 17:24

Oh wow that is certainly a reaction. Did Buddy walk through some bushes or rolled on something that might have caused this?

If he's really uncomfortable or they don't start going down by morning I would pop him along to the vets Ian.


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Re: Lumps deleloping rapidly after walk

Post by ianfallows on Sun Nov 27 2016, 18:02

Hi Ian

Think he might have eat something as his wind is also terrible.  We were on our normal walk and he only sniffed bushes etc he has always done

He went for a walk tonight, the wife is taking him to the vet tomorrow
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Post by Mia05 on Sun Nov 27 2016, 20:12

hope buddy got on ok at the vet Smile
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Re: Lumps deleloping rapidly after walk

Post by stella on Mon Nov 28 2016, 17:32

how did you get on at the vets?hope the lumps have gone down now


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Post by -Ian- on Mon Nov 28 2016, 18:46

Any update Ian ?


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Re: Lumps deleloping rapidly after walk

Post by ianfallows on Mon Nov 28 2016, 19:36

Hi Ian

Thanks for asking when I got in from work today he was jumping around like a spring chicken, lumps nearly all gone

After talking to dog owners at work I think he may have eaten some ragwort.

We have been on a walk tonight and he was fine

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Post by -Ian- on Mon Nov 28 2016, 19:47

Hey great news thumbs up


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Post by Mia05 on Tue Nov 29 2016, 02:16

glad hes a bit better
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Post by Mistys Mum on Tue Nov 29 2016, 08:45

Glads he ok. Misty gets this also. It's scary how quick the lumps appear. The first time it happened we thought she had been stung by nettles or something. She never seems bothered by them. In her case we think it's a plant she brushes up against from the neighbours garden that hangs over into ours or covers the footpath. It's only in the summer months it happens. We just give her a piriton if it happens but she hasn't had them this year as we made sure all the plants were trimmed back.


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Post by LizP on Fri Dec 02 2016, 07:46

Are you sure it could have been ragwort? It's usually dead by this time of year, it's very unusual for dogs to eat it, even horses don't usually touch it unless it gets into hay, and ragwort poisoning (in horses at least) is invisible, it causes liver problems.

He's clearly had a reaction of some sort - rolled on a red ant nest or something like that maybe? Hopefully it's a one off but if it does happen again I would get the vet to check him.


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Re: Lumps deleloping rapidly after walk

Post by Dukes Momma on Fri Dec 02 2016, 09:42

Duke had something similar last summer when he ran through a nettle patch. Not as severe but looked the same type of lump.
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Re: Lumps deleloping rapidly after walk

Post by ianfallows on Sun Dec 04 2016, 09:28

Many thanks for all your comments
Having done more reading I have removed the ivy we had in our garden. Buddy was not to good after I had removed it as he wanted to help me take it out.
Hopefully that will be the cause removed. Next one is to try and stop him eating goose poop on our walk
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Post by Mistys Mum on Sun Dec 04 2016, 10:08

ianfallows wrote:  Next one is to try and stop him eating goose poop on our walk
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Ha ha if you find the magic way to do that please let me know. Goose poop is Mistys favourite, it's like I take her to a Michelin starred restaurant when we go to the lakes  Laughing


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Post by ianfallows on Sun Dec 04 2016, 10:45

Misty sounds the same as Buddy
Hard decision do I keep to normal walk and constantly say no when he goes to eat it or totally change his walk not to include local lake. So not using a muzzle
Not including the lake will only be going round the block on pavement, not as interesting for either of us
Is goose poop really harmful?, some say yes some say no, also worried he will stop eating as filling up on goose poop
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Post by LizP on Tue Dec 06 2016, 08:22

Ah, Ivy, that makes more sense! I kept trying to think of what it could be in the winter. Hopefully now the cuprit has been removed you won't have any more problems.

Can't help on the goose poo, or any other revolting things they love to eat. One of the joys of dogs!


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Post by kelayne on Mon Sep 18 2017, 13:22

hi all,
i know this is an old topic but i just wanted to share about my Nancy and her lumps,
we were in cornwal last year on holiday, and during the night Nancy started acting odd, pacing around etc, i switched the light on to discover nancy looking like this,


obviously i rang the vet straight away, it was a bank holiday Monday so i had to pay an emergency call out fee £200 before they would even see Nancy, but i wasn't going to risk it, so the vet said she had probably had an allergic reaction to something but because she had experienced so many new things during the holiday we couldnt pin point it but we are guessing it was an insect bite , due to Nancy itching one particular point more than anything else,
So the vet gave her a steroid injection due to the muzzle of her nose being double the size and her breathing being a bit labored, the vet also gave piriton tablets and advised we have them handy incase of future breakouts. The picture above was taken after visiting the vets and she remained looking like she had rice crispies under her skin for about 2 days. The vet also told me that staffys are prone to allergies bless their sensitive soles Crying or Very sad
Then low and behold just this week my partner was gardening and Nancy was outside in and out of the shrubbery and a few hours later the rice crispie lumps started to appear, we were straight on the piriton and managed to get it under control without a trip to the vets, again the lumps stayed for a couple of days and were nothing like the first time but i think we can safely say she has allergies, and piriton is always in the cupboard under the sink! Big Grin
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Post by gillybrent on Mon Sep 18 2017, 17:26

Any short coated dog is subject to contact allergies.

Most disappear within 48 hours, but if they don't, or if the reaction lasts longer than 48 hours (or obstructs breathing) then ask a vet.

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Post by Mistys Mum on Mon Sep 18 2017, 17:46

Misty gets this sometimes. It looks awful but never seems to actually bother her. The vets told us to give her piriton too.


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Post by Nifty staffy on Mon Sep 18 2017, 18:12

Blimey, those are pretty violent reactions !
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Post by -Ian- on Mon Sep 18 2017, 19:14

That really is quiet a severe reaction, happy to read all is now ok though.


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Post by kelayne on Tue Sep 19 2017, 09:18

-Ian- wrote:That really is quiet a severe reaction, happy to read all is now ok though.

yes Nancy never does anything by halves Big Grin
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Post by Jannerstaff on Tue Sep 19 2017, 19:06

I had this with my staffy bitch , she went through nettles and reacted just as bad , I gave her a antihistamine tablet and it worked a treat, lot cheaper then the vets !!! Any allergy is usually treated with them even bee stings etc .
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Post by kelayne on Tue Sep 19 2017, 20:46

Jannerstaff wrote:I had this with my staffy bitch , she went through nettles and reacted just as bad , I gave her a antihistamine tablet and it worked a treat, lot cheaper then the vets !!! Any allergy is usually treated with them even bee stings etc .

I can safely say it wasnt nettles that caused this reaction she never went near any nettles on the day in question we were on holiday she was mainly on the sand Smile , and as i said Piriton wouldn't have sufficed due to her muzzle swelling and inhibiting her breathing thats why a trip to the vets was needed and a steroid injection, im not the type to rush to the vets on a whim but on the other hand i wont risk my dogs health either, but each to their own thumbs up
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Post by -Ian- on Tue Sep 19 2017, 21:09

I think you did absolutely the right thing Kelly. Each situation is different and Piriton or similar would probably have done the trick if it wasn't so sever a reaction.

If it were just bumps I'd have tried the antihistamine as Jon suggested as we have those to hand for my Flo's grass allergy.


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Post by Jannerstaff on Wed Sep 20 2017, 07:40

kelayne wrote:
Jannerstaff wrote:I had this with my staffy bitch , she went through nettles and reacted just as bad , I gave her a antihistamine tablet and it worked a treat, lot cheaper then the vets !!! Any allergy is usually treated with them even bee stings etc .

I can safely say it wasnt nettles that caused this reaction she never went near any nettles on the day in question we were on holiday she was mainly on the sand Smile , and as i said Piriton wouldn't have sufficed due to her muzzle swelling and inhibiting her breathing thats why a trip to the vets was needed and a steroid injection, im not the type to rush to the vets on a whim but on the other hand i wont risk my dogs health either, but each to their own thumbs up


OK !! I was purely giving my opinion on what happened and how I dealt with it from my own experience first hand !

I'm no vet or profess to be one. Your reply has a hint of "I could have done better" towards me in there or of one that indicates that I don't care , which is as far from the truth as possible. I have owned staffies for years and would bend over backwards for them and was advised to always carry antihistamine just in case , and all I was saying was that it worked for me. I didn't say your problem was stinging nettles or that you had been near them, All I said was that I had a dog with the same reaction and how I dealt with it !

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Post by kelayne on Wed Sep 20 2017, 10:13

Jannerstaff wrote:
kelayne wrote:
Jannerstaff wrote:I had this with my staffy bitch , she went through nettles and reacted just as bad , I gave her a antihistamine tablet and it worked a treat, lot cheaper then the vets !!! Any allergy is usually treated with them even bee stings etc .

I can safely say it wasnt nettles that caused this reaction she never went near any nettles on the day in question we were on holiday she was mainly on the sand Smile , and as i said Piriton wouldn't have sufficed due to her muzzle swelling and inhibiting her breathing thats why a trip to the vets was needed and a steroid injection, im not the type to rush to the vets on a whim but on the other hand i wont risk my dogs health either, but each to their own thumbs up


OK !! I was purely giving my opinion on what happened and how I dealt with it from my own experience first hand !

I'm no vet or profess to be one. Your reply has a hint of "I could have done better" towards me in there or of one that indicates that I don't care , which is as far from the truth as possible. I have owned staffies for years and would bend over backwards for them and was advised to always carry antihistamine just in case , and all I was saying was that it worked for me. I didn't say your problem was stinging nettles or that you had been near them, All I said was that I had a dog with the same reaction and how I dealt with it !

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hey sorry i didnt mean any offence , but you did say "its alot cheaper than the vet" and i just wanted to confirm that the vet was actually needed due to breathing difficulties, in fact the second time this happened, the piriton alone worked a treat because i noticed the allergy quicker, in no way am i saying i did things the right way and you didnt, sometimes words on a screen are interpreted in the wrong way ... sorry Smile
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Post by Jannerstaff on Wed Sep 20 2017, 16:53

kelayne wrote:
Jannerstaff wrote:
kelayne wrote:
Jannerstaff wrote:I had this with my staffy bitch , she went through nettles and reacted just as bad , I gave her a antihistamine tablet and it worked a treat, lot cheaper then the vets !!! Any allergy is usually treated with them even bee stings etc .

I can safely say it wasnt nettles that caused this reaction she never went near any nettles on the day in question we were on holiday she was mainly on the sand Smile , and as i said Piriton wouldn't have sufficed due to her muzzle swelling and inhibiting her breathing thats why a trip to the vets was needed and a steroid injection, im not the type to rush to the vets on a whim but on the other hand i wont risk my dogs health either, but each to their own thumbs up


OK !! I was purely giving my opinion on what happened and how I dealt with it from my own experience first hand !

I'm no vet or profess to be one. Your reply has a hint of "I could have done better" towards me in there or of one that indicates that I don't care , which is as far from the truth as possible. I have owned staffies for years and would bend over backwards for them and was advised to always carry antihistamine just in case , and all I was saying was that it worked for me. I didn't say your problem was stinging nettles or that you had been near them, All I said was that I had a dog with the same reaction and how I dealt with it !

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hey sorry i didnt mean any offence , but you did say "its alot cheaper than the vet" and i just wanted to confirm that the vet was actually needed due to breathing difficulties, in fact the second time this happened, the piriton alone worked a treat because i noticed the allergy quicker, in no way am i saying i did things the right way and you didnt, sometimes words on a screen are interpreted in the wrong way ... sorry Smile

No offence taken at all . Just wanted to clarify as a new member that I am a caring owner, and yes sometimes the vet is the only answer. I work in the dairy farming world so have a can do attitude to animal health and supply many products for cow and calf health.

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