Dog choking and in pain?

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Dog choking and in pain?

Hello, my dog ​​injured himself on a stick or something similar and since then he has had an injury in his esophagus, since then he has been choking more often without sputum, he often wants to eat grass so that he wants to spit it out again.. what can I do to heal the injury? The vet doesn't see anything... can anyone help?



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What happened with the diagnostics? Did the vet just look in the back of the throat?



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Are you a veterinarian?



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No, but if the vet has taken a swab, for example, you don't have to suggest that anymore. How was the injury to the esophagus diagnosed?



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We went to different vets who said he might have an injury in his esophagus because there was something there... but the question is whatcan do about it now



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Go to another vet - unfortunately there are black sheep among these people! If all else fails, if necessary go to a veterinary clinic but be careful, the clinic can be damn expensive!

Otherwise, check here to see if there is an animal emergency number like this in your area:

https://mobiler-tiernotdienst24.de/



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It's been several weeks and nothing acute..



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Then you should even change the vet if the dog has only ever been examined by the same doctor. There has to be some reason, no one - not even a person - coughs and chokes even though they have nothing :/

Just because the doctor can't find anything doesn't mean there's nothing there^^



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We went to different vets who said he might have an injury in his feederOh, because there was something there once... but the question is what you can do about it now

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Now you can't do anything about it, or how do you imagine that? The dog has been having problems for weeks and no vet has been able to help so far. How are laypeople supposed to help you?

You may have to kick the vets in the ass so that they can examine your animal properly instead of just looking in its mouth.

Otherwise leave Taking the dog to the clinic, but that can be very expensive. You should only have money if you keep a dog^^



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yes we have the money thanks



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Go to another vet. You can also give him turmeric until then. The effect of it: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and pain relieving 

but I would definitely go to another vet as quickly as possible.



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We've already been to several vets...thanks anyway



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Are you playing us for fools?



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Yes, no, it’s clear! And I am Santa Claus! Someone has to find something. The choking-proof thing doesn't come from anywhere.



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it is like this



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What diagnostics were done? If you look at it, it won't work. Maybe there is still a splinter somewhere and an endoscopy needs to be done.

Please go to the clinic



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it was looked into his throat



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Just with the naked eye? That doesn't help. You have to go in there with the endoscope and see if there's anything stuck there somewhere and remove it



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Okay, we'll go to the vet again anyway



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A normal vet is of no use to you here. They usually don't have an endoscope. Take the dog to a clinic.



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Okay thanks



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A veterinarian should be able to diagnose these critical symptoms. Since it's been like this for weeks, you usually go to another vet to have it checked out again. Because these symptoms are not normal



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We went to different vets who said he might have an injury in his esophagus because there was something there... but the question is what can be done about it now



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go to a veterinary clinic and have an endoscopy



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Then go to another good vet, but quickly!! And good luck to your dog.



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We went to different vets who said he might have an injury in his esophagus because there was something there... but the question is what you can do about it now

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