December 14th, 2004, 01:19 AM
We have Shih-Tzu 8yrs old & since having bladder stones removed 18months ago, has had skin infections & altho' been treated no improvement. Today after biopsy results came back, found out that she has E-Coli & also yeast infection which has affected her skin. has anyone else come acroos this prob in a Shih-Tzu. Thanx for help
December 14th, 2004, 01:49 AM
My Rotti has been treated twice so far for e coli of the bladder.
Have a culture done and sensitivity....what ever antibiotic shows on the sensitivity test as being the best overall to fight it..go for it...the treatment will be at 3 weeks. Every infection needs to be "fitted" so to speak , with e coli it is imperative you use the best treatment to cure the infection. E coli bacteria can also infect humans.