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Re: bee stingsPosted by: Claudia A. Costa
Posted on: June 20, 2001 at 16:51:21
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: we have alot of bee,s in the backyard this year.'buddy' hasn,t been stung yet but he had a dead one in his mouth the other day. any advice on how to trat bee sting,s and sting,s inside the mouth. thank you so much.
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Please try calling a professional to get the bees out of the yard to the extent possible. Bee stings can be very painful to the dog and can result in an allergic reaction.
I would speak top your vet about medications and how to handle bee stings. The dogs I have known that were stung were given medications to stop the allergic reaction. But, you need to see a vet about those.
Here is a web site on bee stings and dogs: http://18.104.22.168/canine/bee.html
But, PLEASE, like humans a bee sting can cause an allergic reaction in your dog. So if you see swelling get to a vet ASAP. This is why I suggest you contact your vet and get a plan of attack ready should the event occur.
Claudia A. Costa