Debbie


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New mom to a rescue german shepherd named Cinnamon. Only been with us 2 months was very malnourished and showed signs of being abused. She has recently been showing signs of possible EPI. So I am looking for any support I can.

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Reply Debbie
8:01 PM on January 3, 2013 
We rescued a young female german shepherd about 2 months ago. She was very malnourished and had signs of abuse. When we had her spayed a month ago they had to remove most of her spleen do to abuse. For the past week and a half she has started showing signs of EPI. Have been unable to have her tested yet due to funds. Though she did test positive to giardia. My question is do the two exhibit some of the same symptoms where I might be confusing the two. I pray that I am and any help is appreciated.

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