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Old 06-21-2018, 11:01 AM
Lolo Lolo is offline
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Ugh I don’t have good advice for you here on the pancreatitis or aggression as it’s not something I’ve dealt with. They do make silicone anti-bite muzzles and I know some people have had to use them with dogs that just aren’t good with testing and injections. It’s obviously not ideal though. And some people put their dog (if small dog) in the sink for the injection because it helps to control them in a smaller space. Could it be due to the cataracts? Maybe she wasn’t totally blind before and now she is and it’s making her snappy because she’s being surprised?? Or maybe it’s pain/discomfort from the pancreatitis making her snappy? Hoping if you get the pancreatitis under control she’ll mellow out. I hope someone has some better advice for you. I’m sorry!

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