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This is an immune-mediated disease. In other words, the body’s immune system thinks that part of the body is a foreign object and attacks it . The antibodies bind to the protein, causing complexes which are then deposited in the joint.
As the body tries to remove these complexes, it also removes part of the joint.
And so the cycle continues, weakening the joints and leaving your best friend in agonizing pain.
The Synovial fluid can be examined by a vet to identify if the dog has rheumatoid arthritis. If there is a positive diagnosis, immunosuppressive drugs may be prescribed to slow the damage (in addition to some of the pain managing medications listed in this article)

THANK YOU and here's an update: Day 10 or 11 - eyes still swollen/bleeding & his muzzle has bumps/swollen now.  I spent hours and hours but finally got to talk to the yard spray company & given a case#, and worked with their medical department who worked with our Vet and the national animal poison control.  They have several human allergy/poison cases but not many domestic animals, if any.  His symptoms are almost identical though.  The concentration levels in the yard must still be present because he was getting a little better after the steroid shots, drops, antibiotics, bath, & limited use of back yard until day 8 he was in the back yard for 3 hours and everything flared up to the point of bleeding.  The Vet called this morning after talking with the company and poison control so the new course of treatment will be steroid pills and vitamin E oil, warm packs, antibiotics, and double-up on the bendryl.  The sprinklers probably re-activated it at least to high enough levels to affect him so now we are running them daily to try and flush it out of the soil.  The company denies it re-activates but the Vet said probably and I think the animal poison did too.  The Vet said it may be 3 weeks before toxic/allergen concentration levels no longer harmful to him.  BTW, this was just an over-the-counter spray and its only warning was to avoid swallowing it.  The company says its not toxic after the initial application and thinks he had an allergic reaction but it still ticks me off that their warning label was so piss poor - especially what symptoms to look for and/or what to do about it.  The "directions" just say to not allow children or pets into treated area until dry.  On the back the "precautionary statements" are that its hazardous to humans and domestic animals but that statement is just before it gives a "firstaid" caution about swalling it.  Then its 2nd warning is about an  "environmental hazard" that says its extremely toxic to fish.  Do not contaminate water disposing of equipment washwaters.  Do not apply directly to water.  Drift and runoff treated areas may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in neighboring areas.  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on blooming crops or weeds.  Do not apply this product or allow it to drift to blooming crops or weeds if bees are visiting the treatment area.   Interesting how that much of a warning label talks about water yet the company says its not re-activated with sprinklers or rain - hhhmmm.....very frustrating!  Had we known what possible reactions there could be - especially if involving the eyesight - we would have never used it.  It's been a lot of money and heartache and we are only 1/2 way through this.     

Treatment: If a pancreatic or liver tumor is identified and able to be surgically excised, the skin lesions may normalize for an extended period of time, but because these tumors metastasize (spread to other areas of the body) quickly, surgery is not curative. In cases of end stage liver disease, surgery is not possible, and the goal of therapy is to increase quality of life and decrease uncomfortable skin lesions with supportive care and addressing the nutritional abnormalities. Supportive care includes supplementing protein and necessary minerals and enzymes through the diet and oral supplements or by weekly intravenous amino acid infusions that are performed in the hospital on an outpatient basis until improvement in the skin is noted. Unfortunately, despite the supportive care, the disease will progress.

my pitbull had a Seresto collar placed on him because of the large amount of tics we have in upstate New York ; approximately one month later he developed a quarter size area below his left ear are that he lost his hair and then subsequently became open and bleeding sore within 12 hours. I took him immediately to the vet who said it was not the collar of course but a “hot spot”, he’s had a significant change in his behavior depressed , since being treated for his hotspot and he’s been attempting to take the collar off since the moment I placed it on. So he’s obviously smarter than I am!!! I will be taking that collar off tomorrow and giving the company a phone call I did ask the vet if that could be the problem and she said she said” absolutely not “and I’m a physician. I personally don’t like that children can pet the dogs with these collars on and possibly absorb these chemicals I think that’s an issue as well. femaleCEO@Twiller ( I will investigate )

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my pitbull had a Seresto collar placed on him because of the large amount of tics we have in upstate New York ; approximately one month later he developed a quarter size area below his left ear are that he lost his hair and then subsequently became open and bleeding sore within 12 hours. I took him immediately to the vet who said it was not the collar of course but a “hot spot”, he’s had a significant change in his behavior depressed , since being treated for his hotspot and he’s been attempting to take the collar off since the moment I placed it on. So he’s obviously smarter than I am!!! I will be taking that collar off tomorrow and giving the company a phone call I did ask the vet if that could be the problem and she said she said” absolutely not “and I’m a physician. I personally don’t like that children can pet the dogs with these collars on and possibly absorb these chemicals I think that’s an issue as well. femaleCEO@Twiller ( I will investigate )

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