Sunday, November 9, 2008

The ultimate charlatan

In my January 24th article, "Careful pet owners, charlatans now target your pets!", I touched on this miracle canine medication creator whose credentials do not go beyond being a dog owner and self proclaimed independent researcher. As part of that article, I used him as a charlatan example with his peddling of a cure he developed for Cushings Disease that utilizes ingredients found at a local supermarket. In his sales pitch, he accused veterinarians of suppressing this knowledge because of our alignment with pharmaceutical companies that keep our loyalty with "great kickbacks, such as a free vacation for the family or a "convention meeting" (as they call it) that some how finds it's way in the good Dr's mail box."

Using the same advertising theme, "4 Facts Your Stupid Vet Failed To Tell You About [name your disease du jour]," Michael Dole now has a household supermarket item cure for the deadly canine viral disease, parvo. In his marketing of this product, Michael Dole suggests that veterinarians do not offer the best available treatments for parvo, indicating that the treatments we offer regularly fail because they consist merely of:

"Treatment A: No treatment at all (there's nothing we can do). In this case they will simply send your dog home to die.

or...

Treatment B: An IV and an overnight stay (maybe 3 nights). BUT don't be fooled by the complicated Dr talk. What you are basically paying for is an IV drip full of water and electrolytes meant to rehydrate your dog."

He goes on to say that veterinarians do not understand that the key cause of death from parvo is merely, "a simple matter of dehydration."

Please allow me to clarify the truth about parvo from a veterinarian's perspective. While dehydration is a significant factor in clinical disease and can lead to death by hypovolemic shock, the consequences of parvo are far more complex than just dehydration. Parvo attacks rapidly dividing cells of the GI tract or the bone marrow. In the GI tract, the result is sloughing of the lining of the GI tract, causing malabsorption and bleeding (hence the bloody diarrhea associated with the disease). In the bone marrow, the virus inhibits the patent's ability to make red blood cells and white blood cells. Red blood cells are the solid component of the blood stream responsible for oxygenating tissues, white blood cells are the first line of defense of against infection. Death can result from all this due to anemia, hypoxia (tissue oxygen depletion), and sepsis (systemic blood born infection).

According to Michael Dole, all we do to treat all this is offer an IV drip. Realistically, an IV drip to replace lost hydration and electrolytes, is but one component of a multifaceted treatment protocol. We also treat with antibiotics to fight secondary bacterial infection in the immune compromised patient. We treat with GI protectants to reduce GI hemorrhage and sloughing of the gut lining. In cases of severe anemia, we administer blood transfusions.

So Mr. Dole, since you have zero animal health care training, obvious both in your own listed credentials, as well as your twisted perceptions of veterinary care, please allow me to enlighten you. To call veterinarians stupid, insults the sacrifice, discipline, and hard work we poured into our education and training, as well as our ongoing dedication to the profession. To misrepresent how we implement treatment is appalling whether the result of ignorance or intentional deception. Not having purchased your product and not knowing what your supermarket parvo cocktail consists of, I will concede that there may be some benefit to parvo patients, perhaps even a decent alternative for pet owners who just unequivocally cannot afford veterinary care. But to try selling people on the notion that they should forgo veterinary medicine when parvo is suspected, in favor of your cocktail that you tout as a parvo treatment superior to the best treatment protocols veterinary medicine has to offer, is ridiculous, irresponsible, and puts pet's lives in danger.

I e-mailed this blog post to Mr. Dole. I challenge him to respond.

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Anonymous said...

I will admit that basing marketing on calling vets stupid is completely out of line. But, is it really fair to be so quick to dismiss this guy as a charlatan without knowing what his product can do, or even what it is? I find western trained doctors whether veterinarians or mds, seem to have this automatic distaste for eastern herbal and chinese medicine. I understand that the training and education you guys go through is impressive, as well as the knowledge and skills you get from them. I am not defending this guy, because his whole pitch overall seems a but shady to me. But overall I would like to see more bright physicians open their impressive minds to eastern herbal and alternative medicine that has been practiced and refined for 5000years.

Roger L. Welton, DVM said...

I do not dismiss alternative medicine and homeopathy, but I do indeed have a big problem with a non-formally trained individual messing around with it and selling his creations as treatments for deadly diseases. There is a homeopathic veterinarian in my county who first completed her veterinary training and worked as a western style associate vet for a few years. She then took an interest alternative medicine and delved into education and training through The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AVHMA).

This veterinarian then opened a holistically focused practice that still utilyzes physical examination, bloodwork and other diagnostics to assess and monitor patients. Her focus is holistic first, but would also integrate western approaches to cases where she knew that alternative medicine alone was not sufficient, or if there were cases that it was not appropriate at all.

While I do not have the same faith in alternative medicine as she does (not through close mindedness, but because I really have never observed appreciable success). However in this holistic vet's case, I respect her approach, because having come from the same kind of training and clinical practice as myself or any other licensed veterinarian, I know that she proceeds with a deep knowledge of physiology and medicine.

Now this Dole guy is a different animal altogether. He does not have any sort of formal training that gives him any credibility. The conclusions he draws as he explains disease and its consequences, are hopelessly shallow. And out of either intential deception, ignorance, or both, he grossly misrepresents how a veterinarian would manage a parvo case.

But what I find most dangerous about this guy, is that he tries to convince pet owners with dogs showing signs of parvo, to avoid us stupid and scamming veterinarians, because he knows better and his product would do better anything us morons can come up with.

Let me be clear that my post is not an attack against alternative medicine, it is an expose and grave warning to avoid chartatans like of this ilk.

Anonymous said...

Even if this guys product has benefits, I wonder how this guy proposes that the owner of a dog gives oral medication to a vomiting animal - as I understand it, most parvo dogs are puking their guts out. I don't see how you can get any medication in the dog unless by injection, at least until the disease is getting somewhat under control.

It all sounds like a truckload of BS to me.

pw1974

Elizabeth said...

To the first anonymous poster. I will call Michael Dole a Charlatan.
He proposes the same treatment for every disease/condition that effects any animal. He has a different web address for every disease/condition. For example: http://www.addisonsdiseasebreakthroughs.com/ My dog would die if he was taken off his Addison's medications no if's and's or but's. Michael Dole is only out to make money for Michael Dole.. Yet he wants us all to believe that ALL vets are out to rip us off.. Give me a break. Alternative/complementary medicine is one thing but for him to recommend that people take their pets off proven treatments is criminal.

callie79 said...

I agree with Elizabeth, this mans rhetoric is indeed criminal. I knew about the Cushings and Parvo products because of the webdvm post, but he claims he can treat addisons disease too?? I wonder what other diseases he has miracle cures for. I looked up the definition of charlatan on wikipedia and this guy completely fits the description.

Curious he has not yet responded to Dr Welton's challenge to comment.

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Roger L. Welton, DVM said...

Thanks for your interest. Any chance to expand my reader bas is always a pleasure and an honor.

Anonymous said...

So glad I found this site. I've been researching cushings after being informed that's what all my dog's symptoms point toward. I've not been able to find any substantial background creditability on Michael Dole. He comes across as very unprofessional in his website presentation. I haven't tried his recommendations so I can't comment on that part. I just know when I get that uneasy feeling upfront I need to be very cautious.
L. Lambert...Georgia

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am a dog owner from Scotland and I am glad I found your site. I came across Michael Dole's site while looking for info on dog seizures/fits. When looked for more info on him your site came up. I have to be honest I am so desperate I would try anything. What he says makes sense and I will look into changing my dogs diet. What puts me off is that from what I read on your blog he is saying he can fix other conditions as well.

Deborah said...

Dr. Welton:

Michael Dole claims to have cures for pancreatitis, cushings, addisons, and seizures - probably the same cure, and all marketed in much the same way. I can appreciate how offended you were by his marketing. We all know that e-book marketing proliferates on the internet, and usually relies on outrageous or purposefully incendiary come-on lines - because people read them.

But could Michael Dole be right? Like the former commenter, I am desperate and willing to try any nutritional therapy that appears safe. Michael Dole may not have the answer (or he may - I haven't tried it yet) but I can assure you neither does my vet.

It's my opinion that Michael Dole has a marketable product because the vast majority of veterinarians today are not well trained in nutritional healing. Despite extensive education in other areas, my understanding is that vet schools follow the western human medical model, in which environmental disease is virtually ignored and nutrition is a marginal topic.

Across the U.S., dogs are dying a lot earlier than they used to, and cancer is much more prevalent than it used to be. Something is going on.

Caring guardians are frustrated because traditional vet medicine is not always successful. My German Shepherd has compulsive tail chasing (and biting -- requiring stitches on 3 occasions. She may (or may not) have a neurological disorder - vets don't agree. In the last two years she has seen 6 veterinarians, 1 cardiologist, 1 neurologist, and 2 behavior specialists. (Note: these are distinct people, not visits...the # of visits is far higher!) The only relief they have offered me are meds that by their own description treat only the outward symptoms (you might even say *mask* the symptoms), are themselves deleterious to her internal organs, and which she will probably have to take for the rest of her life...IF she can tolerate them. Not so strange then that i should be open to nutritional methods, eh?

You can count me among the many who are frustrated by professional veterinarians' unwillingness to focus their time and attention on nutrition. All the vets I've worked with over the years care only that i'm using quality kibble or quality ingredients. They usually mumble about "balance" when i respond saying home-cooked or raw meals. They look at their watch if you ask them about raw vs. cooked food. They have no input whatsoever about food allergies, except to admit that they exist. They then drop the subject after asking how many times a day she eats. My attempts to continue the discussion never go anywhere. I know from discussions at the dog park that this is a very common experience, practically universal.

So to be blunt: when it comes to nutrition, veterinarians have failed their patients for years. Can you blame guardians if we turn to the internet looking for answers?

(By the way: I've heard that the biggest pet food companies push the issue of "balance" really hard at their vet school presentations. What is that all about? When was the last time you attempted to balance the nutrients in your own meals according to rigid statistical formulas applied consistently at every meal? Can balance actually be more important than avoiding "food" made from discarded parts not safe or saleable to humans? Is it possible that the balance needed for hundreds of different breeds -- not to mention individuals with different health conditions -- is identical? What kind of "balance" are we really talking about?)

Despite several years of experimentation and self-study, I notice a lot of controversy over nutritional recommendations. The few resources I've found authored by licensed veterinarians contradict each other.

Maybe you can prove me wrong, at least in your own case. Clearly, you blog because you care about people getting good information. Like many, I am well aware that I do not have the background to verify claims made by others selling this or that. But I can't help continuing my search for real answers.

Do you have any resources to recommend or answers to the following?

* Resources for studying the minerals and nutrients most helpful to epileptic dogs?

* Are there any nutritional supplements you know of that actually work for epilepsy?

* Is there any clinical evidence that grains are harmful to epileptic dogs / dogs with neurological disorders? If so, is it all grains or just grains that contain gluten?

* Garlic & avocados - are these harmful or superfoods?

* Is there a raw/homecooked diet that you personally endorse as a good basis for most dogs?

All help is appreciated.

Deb Bryant
Kensington, MD

Anonymous said...

Well said, Deb. You captured my own concerns as well in your well-worded post.

I have a quick question as well for the forum: My dog is a ten year old cocker who has been on Hills' C/D diet for the passed 3 years. He was prescribed this food by his vet when he showed crystals in his urine and was peeing in the house. I just don't know what to think about C/D or Hills' Prescription Foods in general, and I'm a nervous wreck about it: Is this food truly made partially from dead dogs and cats? More importantly, is this the SAFEST way to keep crystals from returning? I occasionally would give him a bit of WELLNESS as a treat, making up probably less than 10% of his daily food intake, and saw no problems, but his vet recommended not to risk it with even that small dosage. I guess I just don't know what to believe... Is Hills really his safest bet or is it justifiably controversial enough to push me into risking a more natural approach?

I hope Dr. Welton can respond specifically to the issues addressed in these last few messages.

Please feel free to respond to val@perfectpersonaltraining.com if anyone wants to talk about this :)

Anonymous said...

Has anyone taken the time to Google his address In fact, the address is bogus... 3620 Gurshner Memorial Atlanta Georgia LA 70601.
This zip code is for Lake Charles Louisiana. The street address doesn't exist is Atlanta Georgia nor in Lake Charles.

Anonymous said...

Yes! I googled him. TOTAL scam! BEWARE! He is same fake as Kevin Trudeau! Please pass word along.

Anonymous said...

I just found your site after sending an email to Michael Dole about ordering his books. I wanted to order over the phone and there is no phone number listing on his site. I'll let you know if I hear back.

Does anyone know of a homeopathic remedy for seizures? I did some reading and bought cocculus ind 6x. Although this is the wrong dilution, it's the only one I could find. Or is there any good vitamin/mineral supplement anyone can recommend?

Anonymous said...

My beautiful little red-nosed pitbull had her second(to our knowledge) seizure 2 days ago. I took her to her vet after the first. She had a battery of blood tests and diagnosed as epileptic-unknown cause. We had hoped with our hearts it was a one time event. When she had #2 I was with her. I talked calmly to her and she appeared much calmer and within seconds she was out of it. Her vet does not recommend meds unless she has more than 2 a month or the seizure becomes very violent. Does anyone have any thoughts about what could be done naturally to help her? She started life out so horrendously as she was mauled as a baby and ended up in a rescue with multiple stitches. She has added so much joy to our life. She has also been a wonderful teacher. She has proven to us not judge. I, like all animal lovers, would do anything to make her life the best.

Anonymous said...

Has Dr. Welton given an answer to Deb about the nutritional concerns? My healtlhy 2 year old lab just experienced two seizures that I witnessed in the past month and I, too, read Michael Dole's webpage which sparked concerns of commercial dog food. I, too, looked up the fake address and became skeptical. But I also do not wish to put my dog on phenobarbitol for the rest of her life if I can find another solution. Please, give me any input! Thank you so kindly.

Anonymous said...

Our dog had seizures as a pup, and when I asked our landscaper to stop spraying our lawn with chemicals, the seizures stopped completely! She's eight now, and unfortunately has developed cushings (and is on trilostane) and is doing well. I have been exploring options which led me to the site by Michael Dole, I have the same impression as most.

Anonymous said...

Check out the Whole Dog Journal.
It accepts no ads and may be available at/or request it at your local library consortium.
It lists alternative treatments for many problems.
It also has an annual dog food issue.
Help for OCD dogs was in Volume 11, Number 10, Oct 2008.

I am a subscriber.

Anonymous said...

I didn't buy his books as I decided to research him before hand. I am not going to buy his books, but much of his infomercial infomation is true. I feed my dogs an all natural diet and supplement with herbs and have had great results. My bichon no longer has seizure and one of my two dogs with allergies is much better. The other one still struggles severely. After have 2 dogs that passed away to cancer within a 2 year span, I did a lot of research about diet and supplements. Since I have made huge changes for all of my dogs and it has been a blessing. There are good books out there written by people with the appropriate knowledge, background and credentials so I recommend finding one of them. You still need to consult your vet and not all vets have a good background in nutrition so you may have to find one that supports feeding an all natural diet as that is the kindest support you can give your dog.

Anonymous said...

I too found this guy's claims to cure pancreatitis on the web. I did a little more research and found it interesting that he lists a different mailing address for each cure. I think this guy is a con-artist. I would love to be able to find the cure-all for our 2 year old Boston Terrier's battle with low-grade pancreatitis, but I don't believe that Michael Dole has that cure.

Anonymous said...

We have a female German Shepherd she is 5 yrs old. We got her from a German Shepherd Rescue in our state city. She means the world to us, she recentlty started having seizures. We got with our vetrinarian and has been recommended the starting of a low dose of Phenobarb. I really would rather she not be on it, I was wondering if ther is any truth behind Micael Dole's saying vitamim deficiency can cause seizures? I would appreciate any feed back.

Anonymous said...

I had a dog pass away from seizures 15 years ago. He was treated with phenobarbital and it ruined his liver. Then he was put on liver meds. The liver came back to normal. His heart stopped at just 6 years of age from the seizures. I was looking for a treatment for kidney disease. I almost bought Dole's book but searched the address first and found this blog. I don't think I will purchase it now. My dog was improving on herbs and "people" food. I started giving her KD prescription diet and now she's having problems again. And she only wants the KD now. Wish I hadn't started giving it to her. Anyone have any luck with any kidney disease treatments? Also have a dog with cancer. Nasal tumor. I was using herbs and supplements. It went away and came back. Any help with these two conditions would be helpful. pigsohpigs@yahoo.com

Leesa said...

To anonymous: I have been feeding my dogs (5) natural diets for years with great success. While I don't know Michael Dole, and have not purchased his materials, I have read the posts here and on other sites about his lack of credentials etc. Here's what I have to offer. I love my animals as I do my family. Therefore, I do not feed commercially prepared diets, I use the (dreaded...) human food, prepared so that their bodies can handle the food and utilize it. Imagine how we would fare it we had to eat dog/cat food! Yikes.

I started with The Goldsteins' (Bob and Susan) natural care newsletter (it was a subscription) for dogs and cats. While I don't get the newsletter anymore, it was a great start. Bob is a vet. Then I discovered Juliette de Bairacli Levy, she is an herbalist and champion for natural health and well being of animals and children. I could go on, but that's a great start.

Then there are the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and pre/probiotics. If you're considering making a healthy diet for your furry ones, you need these ingredients, they are CRUCIAL to health. Over the years, I have used many different preparations. My favorite (for ingredients and quality) is Animal Essentials (just add the .com), their herbal vitamin/minerals, the plant enzymes & probiotic, the calcium (the one I use is from red seaweed from Ireland because it's low in phosphorus and suited to my older dog). For me its easier to call and get my products 888.463.7748. right now you have to ASK about the Herbal Vitamin/Mineral supplement, I don't see it on the website but just ordered the small container (they're out of the large).

As for the vet. I have for YEARS gone with the vets that (obviously) know both traditional vet med but also understand the benefits of using alternative therapies and REAL FOOD! Good gracious, how can anyone expect an animal to live a long and healthy life on the processed crap that we call dog and cat food? Ok, stepping off my soap box now.

A couple of websites that you may find helpful are: NaturalRearing.com, Shirleys- Wellness-Cafe.com and AltVet Med.org.

The bottom line is this: YOU HAVE TO OWN THE HEALTH OF YOUR ANIMALS (AS WELL AS YOUR OWN). I've spent years reading, and putting to use what I have learned. Being a person who loves animals and will always have furry companions, I have taken the time necessary. Yes, they still die, but while they live, their lives are better for my efforts. And afterall, what I gain is so much greater. Just think about looking into the eyes of your furry baby and knowing you did the right thing!

For compounded

Anonymous said...

To Leesa who posted a comment on 13 Sept. Does you dog have Cushings?
Please contact me if you have info you can help me with.


r_rlindemann@comcast.net --- is my address.

Anonymous said...

My 3 year old Spaniel has just had 3 seizures in a 24H period. She had one other seizure 2 years ago so they are not common place yet but very upsetting when they happen.
I found Dole's web site and was about to buy his book when I found this blog.
I must admit I am rather put off now. If only he was out in the open about his address etc he would sell many more books as he has clearly studied his subject!
I contacted my natural vet who is a friend of mine and he suggested that the RMB (Raw Meaty Bone) diet could be very helpful to this problem. He also believes that commercial dog food is toxic to our pets. I am now of the opinion that it is as well. He has fed his terrier all its life on the RMB diet and it has just died at the grand old age of 18!
Lets all take our pets diets in to our own hands. I went to my butchers today and got a FREE bag of meat and bones. The dogs think its Christmas every day!! I am also supplementing with Magnesium, Iron and Complex Vit B.

Deborah said...

For those that are shopping: Dole informational products are junk. I have purchased his seizure e-book and it was worthless. Yes, natural diets including raw are worth exploring. Yes, vets are rarely sufficiently trained in nutrition to be very helpful in that regard. But Dole's book will not tell you what you need to know to safely feed a raw diet or solve seizure problems. (or whatever disease he is currently targeting.) The guy sorimply does not have credentials OR first hand experience with the subjects he sells "books" about. He collects internet links, throws them into a Word document and sells it as a book. Your money is better spent on real books reviewed at Amazon. Get help elsewhere. Speak to your vet about gabapentin or phenobarbital for seizures. Good luck - keep looking!

Anonymous said...

FAKE FRAUD!!!

http://www.dogseizures.net/
http://www.dontdatefrogs.com/proposal.htm
http://www.canineseizuresbreakthroughs.com/

If you check his address it is fake. michael dole, 221 rayburn, hattiesburg, ms 39402
Look it up in www.411.com or mapquest. NO name or address.
He is all over the Internet under different address.
FAKE FRAUD!!!


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Mary Lane said...

Dr., I saw the ads of this guy Michael Dole a year or so ago, and being a suspicious person from 30 years of practicing law, I tried to google his address he listed then. Of course no such address.. I think he should be reported to the U.S. Postal service for mail fraud. And maybe Google can do something to mark scammers like this. thank you for your post.

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Robin said...

Leesa, thanks for the links to real web sites that discuss real alternative or holistic approaches to pets' health issues.

I could tell from the minute that I saw his web site that Michael Dole is a snake-oil salesman, in it to make a buck, and so very evil to prey on the worries and fears of pet lovers who are in real need of help in dealing with the helpless feeling when your pet is sick and you don't know what to do. This guy Dole will roast in hell for what he is doing. I hope that someone does figure out how to prosecute him, but other unscrupulous charlatans will spring up to take his place.

Meanwhile, all we can do is to post the truth as we see it. I totally agree that modern vets do not take a holistic approach to pet care, and I don't think that Hills prescription food is even good for pets, it's all about the sponsorship and the profit. But vets do know how to do tests and diagnose illnesses, and some modern medicine does work.

It's the nutrition that we pet owners have to work on, which can prevent or delay illness from occurring in the aging cat or dog.

CLee said...

We are dealing for the second time one of our beloved cats suffering with kidney disease. It makes me sick to know that we can't afford the best for her or barely any treatments as the vets charge so much. Our cat lays by the heater 24/7 away from everyone else. water and food is brought to her or she'll go without, she doesn't want to get up. She has a healthy appetite etc, but I'm sick thinking of her suffering, but sick thinking about putting her down if we could help her at all. I googled and found micheal dole..and then I researched him, and found that he had another website and dif address for dogs with diabetes...he owns a lot of animals it seems! What a fake and he does a horrible job of it faking it also. Just changes "cat" to "dog" and whatever disease. How does he sleep at night giving people that are hurting false hope for their beloved pet. He is a worthless 'human being', can't make a living without deceit.

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Suzan said...

This is no doubt an ambush. This is the third blog I came across about Mr Dole and this seems to be the ONLY one without positive feedback. They are probably all being deleted by the vet himself.

Im sure this one will get deleted too!

I email Mr. Dole about once a week with questions about my dogs health and have been for over a year now. He has helped my baby more than you all will ever know.

Get the books and actually read them before you fly off the handle.

The diets are NOT the same for all the diseases either.

In factI bought the one for seizures and cushigns when ever Max was diagnosed and they are totally different!

I have a holistic vet now that gives his books away for free (with his permission) to her clients.

If he was just out for a buck I doubt he would allow that to happen.

thanks

PS
His email is listed on all his websites (cleaner101 (at) gmail.com

Why dont you try emailing him?

And the address is real. I mailed him a picture of my dog with a testimonial and received a warm letter in the mail just a week afterward.

I will admit I was a little skeptical too at first. But just because you come to a blog where everyone is bashing the guy doesnt mean its true.

Do your OWN research.

Anonymous said...

I purchased this product recently. The product is supposed to be an electronic book, but the portal is broken. When you submit your password, you get a DNS error. The email on his site does not work. The Cleaner101@gmail.com address does not bounce, but you get an automated reply, and that's it. I don't know if this guy started out wanting to be a fraud, or if he is just a quack who doesn't pay his hosting bills, but you won't get the product you pay for. You just get automatic emails.

Don't buy it.

Anonymous said...

I purchased this product recently. The product is supposed to be an electronic book, but the portal is broken. When you submit your password, you get a DNS error. The email on his site does not work. The Cleaner101@gmail.com address does not bounce, but you get an automated reply, and that's it. I don't know if this guy started out wanting to be a fraud, or if he is just a quack who doesn't pay his hosting bills, but you won't get the product you pay for. You just get automatic emails.

Don't buy it.

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Cherie said...

I have 2 problems:
1. my poodle appears to have Cushings Disease and I can not afford the "testing" needed to confirm so that she can be put on medication that would manage her symptoms.
2. She has a huge fluid filled sack under her chin which was very small when we adopted her from the Lee Co Fl humane society. My Vet said her saliva glands were leaking into the sack and should be removed but the surgery would have been @ $2,500 which I could not afford. It didn't seem to cause her discomfort at the time. It of course has become more uncomfortable as the sack has enlarged with more fluid. I think it is at a pretty serious stage now, as it's hard for her to lay comfortably the sack is huge and very straied feeling. I'm afraid she will choke on this.
I am at a loss as to how to help her. I can not afford expensive tests, surgeries, etc. Is there anything that can be done to make her comfortable as long as possible?
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