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Old 12-01-2012, 06:00 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah, EWWWWWWWWWWW (and a little COOOOOOOOOOL!)
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If you have bot fly in your area prob that would what it is and as for the girl moment I have witnessed men pass out at less.Iwould get some ivermectin it will kill any others and keep flushing poor boy
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Oh my goodness! I am so sorry for you and your fur baby. What a horrible thing to go through! Yuck!

Just a note on the TTO, I am a huge believer in it as well, but I caused a huge amount of damage to myself by applying too much :(

Sending you poodle hugs for a speedy recovery!
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Thanks everybody! Yeah I may decide to go to the vet....just to make sure nothing else is in there. :P I had heard TTO is fine for dogs but toxic to cats...I've used it on dogs before with no issues. But I'll quit, just to be safe. My dad thinks the area is less swollen, I think it's the same. Maybe I'm just paranoid lol!

The larvae was about 1/2" in length...I am going to try to figure out what kind of fly would do that.

I think it was making Raven feel sick. He has been calmer lately. I thought it was just because he was growing up. After all, he's fast approaching 1 yo! And he was eating, drinking, and playing normally. He just napped more readily. But nope...he's back to his crazy self this morning haha!
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I am glad Raven is back to being hyper That is a good sign... Well kinda... you know what I mean
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I did not know that about the TTO either...good to keep in mind. I'll be interested to hear what the vet says!
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When I worked for a vet we regularly had dogs come in with maggots eating them. Usually there is more than one, so do a very thorough check! Flies lay eggs on the dog, particularly dogs that have dried poop on them, and within a week they have maggots. It's wicked. Now, to be fair, I have also removed maggots from wounds on humans (I'm a nurse). Homeless people or people who don't bath are the most frequent victims. Flies will lay eggs whereever they think they can.
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EWWWWW! But I remember from my Vet Tech days(30 yrs ago!) digging maggots out of the holes in a dog that had been abandoned in a yard and rescued by a neighbor. I gagged thruout the whole thing (our vet clinic volunteered to save this dog) This dog had holes the size of half dollars and down to the 1st knuckle deep. It took months for this poor animal to heal. It is one of those things you never forget!
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When I worked for a vet we regularly had dogs come in with maggots eating them. Usually there is more than one, so do a very thorough check! Flies lay eggs on the dog, particularly dogs that have dried poop on them, and within a week they have maggots. It's wicked. Now, to be fair, I have also removed maggots from wounds on humans (I'm a nurse). Homeless people or people who don't bath are the most frequent victims. Flies will lay eggs whereever they think they can.
Oh my gosh! On humans? I am curious, are they like really sick or does it present as just a really bad sore? I have had students with scabies, and I am always in awe of they didn't know... Being the germ-a-phob that I am, I wash wash wash! lol... WOW
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EWWWWW! But I remember from my Vet Tech days(30 yrs ago!) digging maggots out of the holes in a dog that had been abandoned in a yard and rescued by a neighbor. I gagged thruout the whole thing (our vet clinic volunteered to save this dog) This dog had holes the size of half dollars and down to the 1st knuckle deep. It took months for this poor animal to heal. It is one of those things you never forget!
Same here, I used to work at a vet and I'll never forget this poor cocker that a neighbor rescued from their own neighbor who was neglecting the dog. He was covered in mats and feces and when we shaved him down we found all the sores and spent hours pouring something on the sores (mineral oil maybe? Can't remember) and then plucking out the maggots as they crawled up to the surface, eewwww!!!
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