4 MONTH feeble PUPPY MAY HAVE TO HAVE STEROID INJECTIONS.BUT WHY ?

i have a womanly staffordshire bull terrier.just lately shes be really scratching herself so i took her to the vet and they done a scrape.i phoned a week next and they said its not mites,and they said she may need to own a steroid injection!? what will this do to her and how will it stop her scratching ? thanx
Answers: Cortico steroids lend a hand to quiet an overactive immune system that make your dog itch. They will make her perceive much better. You might try benadryl at home first, but if that doesn't help, do seize the steroids. Injections are safer than taking steroids by mouth, and they will work for your dog's problem. Some dogs, and some people, simply have over moving immune systems that make them allergic to commonplace things.
I know people beside really bad eczema or poison ivy take steroid injections


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