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Old October 3rd, 2010, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Rgeurts View Post
If it's meningitis, and it's not sterile, it can be passed from one dog to another.
You mean bacterial meningitis, Rgeurts? That makes a lot of sense. I guess a CSF tap is the only way to know for sure like with humans?

Originally Posted by tillieplay View Post
They chew on leaves, sticks, and they get the occasional mushroom... but I haven't had mushrooms in my yard recently so I don't think it could be that.
In the meantime, I'd look carefully for mushrooms again. One of our dogs digs for them before they're taller than the grass so it's hard to see sometimes.
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