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Post by Diane on November 21st 2007, 5:49 pm

my dog has one of those bulls eye rashes from a deer tick bite Sad . i've pulled many a tick off of him, but have never seen the rash before. does anyone know if the bulls eye rash means lyme disease 100% of the time?? i read that 90% of tick bites that transfer the disease have the rash, but couldn't find any info about a bulls eye rash in the absence of the disease.

does anyone have any thoughts/suggestions. i'm sad.

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Post by Jacksta on November 21st 2007, 7:16 pm

i don't know much about the bulls eye with dogs.. but from what little i understand ... antibiotics Crying or Very sad Doxycycline and ammoxicillin? should be given right away, an aggresive treatment, if the bulls eye presents..

please keep us posted d..

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Post by Diane on November 23rd 2007, 6:40 pm

well, the bulls eye rash has dissappeared, but then again I'm not sure how long they usually stick around for. i think i'll find a vet to make a phone call to and see what they think. I would hate to put him on antibiotics just because, but perhaps it's the best thing to do, given the risk at hand. thanks for the response jacksta:o
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Post by Jacksta on November 23rd 2007, 7:20 pm

i know what you mean, the whole antibioctics thing.. you know we herbies here all understand.- lymes would be a good path. report yeah? Idea

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