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    Kodidog- I bet it's the solar charger that puts...

    Kodidog- I bet it's the solar charger that puts your fence out when it's foggy or dewy. Mine did the same, switched over to plug in and it never went down.
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    Good choice. We have done several general purpose...

    Good choice. We have done several general purpose police dogs with the TPLO method and all jabs returned to full service. It WILL be a minimum 12 week rehab but in the long run your dog should...
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    Both Tplo and tta are similar types of...

    Both Tplo and tta are similar types of procedures. Most consider less "risk" with a Tplo because plates can easily be removed should the implant fail or infection occur. Tta revisions are far more...
  4. Excellenct news. See, always best to get an...

    Excellenct news. See, always best to get an opinion from a specialist before jumping to any conclusions! A lot of worry was caused that was totally unnecessary. Must have been very stressful for...
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    Tplo all the way, boarded surgeon for sure. Its...

    Tplo all the way, boarded surgeon for sure. Its more routine than a spay for them so no need to be nervous. Our clinic does 2-6 per day on average. Complications are low and usually very minor.
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    And no cracks and easy to unfreeze from ground,...

    And no cracks and easy to unfreeze from ground, just a little jiggle and it's out (it was just me too, no help). There was never a huge snow build up around it because the horses stood there and...
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    I'm in Ontario, this Feb our temp went down to...

    I'm in Ontario, this Feb our temp went down to -32. In December we had such a strong windstorm that it toppled two big cedars. The hay hut held up great, didn't even flip in the windstorm.

    I use a...
  8. Is your dog a fluffy white dog type? Or...

    Is your dog a fluffy white dog type? Or schnauzer? These dogs are really prone to cushings and oft drink/pee more and their coat can thin out. Acth stim tests are usually the first blood test to...
  9. Sorry for the late reply, glad you got another...

    Sorry for the late reply, glad you got another ultrasound.
    Liver disease comes in many shapes/forms and the majority is not due to cancer. You biopsy/aspirate to give you clues on what type of...
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    I would 100% get a second opinion from a...

    I would 100% get a second opinion from a specialist before euthanizing. Then, you will be better educated and feel better on your ultimate decision to peruse further or end it now. A consult is...
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    I like the idea of portable sheds, I have moved...

    I like the idea of portable sheds, I have moved mine 3x to get it to where the horses actually will use it.
  12. I'd get a consult with an internist and have a...

    I'd get a consult with an internist and have a biopsy of the liver done. That way you know what you are dealing with and can treat appropriately. Jingles for you and your pup.
  13. I know most people hate hills food here, but our...

    I know most people hate hills food here, but our clinic did a feline weight loss program using this and all the cats lost weight and 70% of them reached their 6 month goal weight.

    I think any food...
  14. Would the newer spreader not work on aged poop??

    Would the newer spreader not work on aged poop??
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    I feed acana too, good price and good quality. ...

    I feed acana too, good price and good quality. However my dogs will eat anything, if they ever miss a meal it probably means they are already "gone".
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    No one should judge you! Just "best practice" to...

    No one should judge you! Just "best practice" to wait for a vet. Trust me, squishy lumps are so tempting to lance! And in honesty, most of the time nothing happens (and nothing squirts out of the...
  17. If alfax is available in the USA now that's...

    If alfax is available in the USA now that's great, IM injection amid sleepy kitty! We've used it for a while, and while I still prefer profol for induction the major benefit to alfax is that it is...
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    I'd just be cautious...if it's a mast cell tumor...

    I'd just be cautious...if it's a mast cell tumor "lancing" it could release enough histamines that could cause sudden death. It's unlikely, but a good reason to wait for a vet visit ;)
  19. Give it at home 30 min before putting her in the...

    Give it at home 30 min before putting her in the car. Trust me, it will be a more positive experience for her. Most patients get acepromazine injectable in their premed before surgery so the only...
  20. Most common would be uti - easy to diagnose and...

    Most common would be uti - easy to diagnose and rule out :) I'd get a urine and culture done to start.
  21. It really varies. Idiopathic geriatric...

    It really varies. Idiopathic geriatric vestibular can resolve quick or take weeks. Other things to cause vestibular are inner ear disease or brain pathology. If she is already resolving than...
  22. Sorry about your kitty. Of all creatures, cats...

    Sorry about your kitty. Of all creatures, cats WILL let you know them they are ready to go. Hiding and not eating is a really good clue. If she is eating and otherwise happy, she probably isn't...
  23. When mine had allergies I had to keep her on 25...

    When mine had allergies I had to keep her on 25 mg prednisone for 10 days, then taper. I did have to go back up once but then I got her off everything and for 10 years she never had another problem. ...
  24. And many referral clinics have boarded surgeons...

    And many referral clinics have boarded surgeons and rehab specialists in the same building, ours often work together to ensure a proper plan of action for both pet and owner.
  25. Rehab can do wonders. And swimming isn't...

    Rehab can do wonders. And swimming isn't necessary, lots of other techniques that work well. I'd get a diagnosis first then go from there :)
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