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my 8 yr old min pin chi is having discompfort in her chest/head and top of neck. she will hesitate to eat and then will stand there and wait after taking a bite as if she is waiting to see if it goes down or feeling something. 9 vets tell me that she is fine, BUT SHEIS NOT. She lays with her back arched, neck stretched, or burries her head in the corners of the couch or between her legs, or in a blanket. she whimpers when resting and gets out of breath very quickly. she also had her tail broken at the base and we amputated it due to the weight causing her pain. latly when they try to take her temp she goes through the roof. They cant find anything in the glands but i think her but and uvala is turning black. please help me ihave exhausted all my monies trying to get a diagnoses and even called our local radiology practice and they offered to do an ultra sound for 100. but when i went they could not do the neck because of her hair/ i am trying to get them to let me come back if I shave her and do the neck and tail area. her mid area swells at times, she licks constantly, licks her front paws (maybe pinched nerve?) and is breathing difficulty (shallow) at times. shakes her head, no one can find anything please help. also if you know of any chrities that can help financially due to exhausted funds. I didnt think she was going to make it through the night last night, please help asap. thank you

Smartliving Guest asked this
August 29, 2011 at 1:12 PM



Our homeopathic product Promaxol could be helpful in reducing the pain. I would also feed her a grain free diet and give purified water for drinking. In addition I would give supplements such as MSM, vitamin C, probiotics, digestive enzymes, and fish oil. The IonX products help with better utilization of the supplements.

I would highly encourage you to find a veterinary chiropractor or acupuncturist. When the tail was injured it could have started a process with the pelvis being out of alignment and created subluxation in the neck which could account for the magnitude of symptoms you are seeing. Please let us know how you do or if you have any other questions.

Best regards,
Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
August 30, 2011 at 1:29 PM
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