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Swelling on the back of neck and glands under neck

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 18 April 2007 04:12AM | viewed 5678 times
Q Raymond asks:

Gave an 8 in 1 & rabies vaccination on 41207. Now he has lots of swelling across the back of neck and glands under neck.

Q Our vet says: I would suggest you get into contact with the vet who vaccinated him. It might just be a reaction to the vaccine but it needs to be checked.

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