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Bob Hennessey
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Dog lost voice.

he best luck I've had is PREDNISONE. 5MG TABLET
10 days 1 tablet each day.
5 days 1/2 tablet each day.
5 days 1/4 tablet each day.
Always do the complete treatment, even if their voice improves before you finish the 20 day treatment.
You usually can get it from a vet. It is a steroid, not very expensive.
I have had good luck with it.

Seems like lots of people looking for help for barked out dogs. Thought I would repost this. Best luck I have had for hounds that become hoarse. It's cheap, but you can only get it from a vet. Dog must be kept quiet, and you have to do the whole treatment before hunting dog. Good luck

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