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    This breed gets syringohydromyelia. Does she...

    This breed gets syringohydromyelia. Does she scratch at her neck?
  2. I think that everyone has a different situation. ...

    I think that everyone has a different situation. I went to school until I was 30. The second purchase I made after a home was a horse. Five years later I had a child. When he was young I was still...
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    He probably needs to be seen. Lots of puppies eat...

    He probably needs to be seen. Lots of puppies eat things that they should not and they get obstructed. Imaging would be ideal.
  4. The sudden vision loss would be more consistent...

    The sudden vision loss would be more consistent with SARDS (sudden acquired retinal degeneration) than cushings. Most dogs with cushings have a small pituitary mass (in the brain). This does not...
  5. The sudden vision loss would be more consistent...

    The sudden vision loss would be more consistent with SARDS (sudden acquired retinal degeneration) than cushings. Most dogs with cushings have a small pituitary mass (in the brain). This does not...
  6. So glad that you got some good news!!

    So glad that you got some good news!!
  7. Just yesterday I saw a cat with very bloody...

    Just yesterday I saw a cat with very bloody urine. Ultrasound by our radiologist showed stone stuck in blood clots adhered to the bladder. Your Kitty certainly could have cancer, but in a young cat...
  8. I am sorry about your kitty. I agree with...

    I am sorry about your kitty.

    I agree with Squish, you really should consider a biopsy (or remove if they are in the apex). I too have seen many polyps. Who did the ultrsound? I once saw stones...
  9. I am currently looking for a young prospect and...

    I am currently looking for a young prospect and find it very useful to have the price listed. I do not want to waste my time or sellers time if the horse is completely out of my price range.
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  10. All of this seems very odd. I would suggest...

    All of this seems very odd. I would suggest getting a third opinion on everything from, a boarded specialist (surgeon and radiologist). I have seen fractures missed and fractures incorrectly...
  11. I have not read the entire post so this...

    I have not read the entire post so this suggestion may be completely unhelpful, but often with my patients I will start with a baseline cortisol if I am trying to rule out atypical addisons. This is...
  12. I have found this thread to be very interesting....

    I have found this thread to be very interesting. I recently retired my mare and am starting to look for a new project. I am a working amateur with a family and have a budget of around the 15000...
  13. would also recommend Stefanie. I do not live in...

    would also recommend Stefanie. I do not live in IN anymore, but when I was a grad student at Purdue I took lessons from her. I had not ridden in 12 years at that time and she was great. A truly good...
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    So sorry to hear about your dog. Another pain...

    So sorry to hear about your dog. Another pain control option would be pamidronate. This medication is given IV every 21-28 days. It is expensive, but I do believe , and have seen, that it helps a...
  15. As squish mentioned, knowing if this is acute or...

    As squish mentioned, knowing if this is acute or chronic is important as far as long term prognosis (it can be a mixture of both/acute on chronic). Kidney failure can also be from infection...
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    I think that the IV fluids are a good idea as...

    I think that the IV fluids are a good idea as well. Did they provide you with an ultrasound report? Do you know if a radiolgist did the ultrasound? There are specialist who can help you figure out...
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    how was she diagnosed with pancreatitis? I am...

    how was she diagnosed with pancreatitis? I am concerned about the not urinating last night. Dogs with severe pancreatitis can go into acute kidney failure. Torbutrol is not a very good pain...
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    Surgery is typically the best option, but with...

    Surgery is typically the best option, but with likely metastasis to the liver and lymph nodes this may not be the case for your dog. You may want to look into streptozocin, diazoxide or palladia. All...
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    Most part people buying hunters do not look at...

    Most part people buying hunters do not look at bloodlines. I do think that it would be wise to become familiar with bloodlines. A well bred mare that is nice may have the option of having a second...
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    I think you are doing the correct thing. You have...

    I think you are doing the correct thing. You have already invested a lot both financially and emotionally. It makes sense to finish treatment for this problem. I would talk to the internist/resident...
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    Trigeminal neuritis is the most common cause for...

    Trigeminal neuritis is the most common cause for a jaw that hangs open. Often it is considered idiopathic ( cause not known). In this case it will generally resolve without treatment. Steroids...
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    Is her jaw locked shut or is it hanging open?

    Is her jaw locked shut or is it hanging open?
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    This can be a tough disease. I have had several...

    This can be a tough disease. I have had several cliets use a Bailey chair. They have ordered them on line. I think they just googled bailey chair megaesophagus. It allows the dog to eat vertically...
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    Since he is a boxer mix boxer colitis...

    Since he is a boxer mix boxer colitis (histiocytci ulcerative colitis) should also be considered. This is a relatively serious disease that is treatable (with fluroquinolone) if diagnosed via biopsy....
  25. We pay less than what you are describing but we...

    We pay less than what you are describing but we also buy a lot of chlorambucil so may get a special rate. It may be worth calling costco, sams club etc. It is a human product so your vet could write...
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