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bluetikman
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Question On Dog??

Buddy got young dog around 3 for latest part till about July the dog was looking great tteeong coon and just doing things right after July dog has failed off note been laid up some and owner probably has been rough on him with collar. But dog has just all together fell apart like hunting but not getting treed may get treed for few mins leave then may get treed and stay always has a coon normally runs right up on up but is got way more roaming time then usually may go 4-5 hours fet treed once but dog has just took a major step back like his heads mot right. What could be issue.? And will he bounce back i been hunting him myself and killing him the coon he trees.

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get some blood work done check for tick diseases and thyroid

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get some blood work done check for tick diseases and thyroid


I know alot wont agree with the above. Those issues will make one look plumb crazy. May have nothing to do with the problem. Worth getting checked out

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Dog

Case in point, hunting partner and I have a dog that was doing great, treeing a lot of coons, started missing bad like he could not smell. Took him to vet, his thyroid was way low, put on meds and within a week was starting to look good, accuracy back to normal, now when he trees we usually find a coon. DO NOT even think it did not make a difference, it DOES. I have a thyroid condition and meds were a life savor. No accurate dog starts treeing wrong on a regular basis for no reason at all, GET the dog vet checked asap. Yes, I know that there are lots of slick treeing idiots that have nothing wrong with them, but an accurate dog that starts missing regularly has a health issue that's affecting their nose. Thankfully, dogs can be tested and treated if needed. Dave

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I have a nice hound that got eurlicia and is just a shadow of what he was. Get him tested buddy.

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shock collar

I think you answered your own question when you mentioned rough handling and shock collar.Some dogs can handle that,others cant.

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Dog was tested everything was ok he did come back positive for ehrlichia they said was small case but he showed positive and his thyroid was 2.0. Would that be a reason for him acting so weird or am I looking for excuses??

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Dog was tested everything was ok he did come back positive for ehrlichia they said was small case but he showed positive and his thyroid was 2.0. Would that be a reason for him acting so weird or am I looking for excuses??


What did the vet say about treating the ehrlichia, positive is positive, that means he has it. Get it treated. Dave

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ehrlichia

Yes positive is positive. Never heard of a small case. I just treated two dogs for it and my hunting partner just treated one. They will do some unusual things when they come down with it. If your vet did not subject treatment or further testing I would find another vet. These dog have been off the Doxy for about two or three weeks and they are just now getting close to being the same dogs.

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Running doxy thru him and give him the imizol shot. Are you allowed to hunt them on it?

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Doxy

I was advised not to hunt them while on the Doxy so I didn’t

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Running doxy thru him and give him the imizol shot. Are you allowed to hunt them on it?


I think where a lot of people screw up is hunting them to early. I would not hunt the dog until after he is completely off meds. The eulrichia is hard on them they need time re operate. Is he on just doxy or did they administer imizol as well? Good luck

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There have been no scientific studies done on whether hunting them while on the Doxy either hurts or helps them. Some people do and some don't. How long and how often and how hard you hunt them would have to figure into it. Common sense should tell you that since they are sick and their body is fighting an infection that they should get plenty of rest. Just like humans some dogs are tougher than others. Some want to go even when they are sick or injured and some want to stay home at the slighest excuse. Determine which type of dog that you have. My rule of thumb is; if they want to go, I take them. If they don't want to go, I don't.

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