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Tuesday, October 19 2010 Yesterday we had a Jack Russell terrier come in with a suddenly swollen leg and vomiting. It had been around bees, and sure enough we found and removed a bee stinger from its leg. We gave drugs to reverse the allergic reaction, and the pet did great. Bee stings can cause severe allergic reactions, even fatal ones, in some pets. If you suspect one, bring in your pet ASAP!