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Old November 2nd, 2018, 12:59 PM
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Although it seems counter intuitive, it's a bit of a relief when they can find pathogens, quikhnds. It's something with a possible cure, where nasal cancer is usually just a waiting game. Best wishes. Please keep us posted on how your dog is doing.
It's been a while but I thought I would update in case someone like me with a similar situation is searching for answers and comes across this. Marley is 15 now and I've weaned him off everything except a daily Zyrtec. As the weather changed I have noticed that his sneezing and discharge isn't as bad. I guess he is similar in that way to me as I also have seasonal allergies. So he's doing pretty well for a senior minus ear infections which he's also always battled. I haven't given him any CBD oil in a while but if he seems overly uncomfortable from allergies that is my go to and it seems to help him.
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Old November 2nd, 2018, 04:38 PM
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Thanks so much for the update! Yay, Marley!! 15!! So glad he's doing so well. You wouldn't possibly have a picture of Marley to share with us, would you?
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Old November 4th, 2018, 09:26 PM
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Thanks so much for the update! Yay, Marley!! 15!! So glad he's doing so well. You wouldn't possibly have a picture of Marley to share with us, would you?
But of course! Haha . Here is two of my furbabies. Marley is the bigger one and also the one in the single photo. Mia is also a senior at 14.



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Old November 5th, 2018, 10:12 AM
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Marley and Mia are gorgeous, qwikhnds! Marley has a very engaging smile. Mia captured my heart, though--I love the seniors. Thanks so much for sharing (but we need pics of your other two, as well! I'm so demanding! I already bugged you in your other thread, too... )
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