Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
However, someone doing time for drunk driving and vehicular homicide isn't behind the wheel with a snout full, either.
If she's having allergic issues with one antibiotic, substituting another in the same class might not help.
Fibrotic myopathy is, in most cases, a mechanical lameness vs. a gait alteration due to pain.
Sounds to me like you ought to be talking with the vet, any road.
Antibiotic choice should be based on likely sensitivity of the pathogen, not on anti-inflammatory properties.
No poultry expert, but it could well be a viral disease of one sort or another.
Does your state have a veterinary diagnostic lab?
If so, might be worth bringing the dying hen in for a necropsy....
Yellow fever is not malaria.
And malaria is a protozoan parasite--way more difficult to prepare a vaccine against than a virus (like yellow fever is).
Well, weight and body fat percentage.
It is Dormosedan. (detomidine).
And IMHO, most of the laypeople to whom it is dispensed have no business having it in their possession. Aside from being a relatively potent sedative, it can cause...
One of the major factors in onset of puberty is nutrition.
And we are, as a nation, significantly obese.
Sad that the owner of the horse had to find out the hard way that there's a *reason* those are prescription drugs...
Depends on the horse's conformation to a large extent.
And smaller equids tend to stay sound longer than larger, in general.
Well, the early church set the day to mesh with Samhain, the cross-quarter Celt/Druid celebration, so it's actually pagan in origin as well.
I don't think "acidosis" is the right term for whatever the problem is.
I suppose it's possible that there is an adhesion causing a problem, but it might also just be the way the horse would have...
Never take a casual attitude towards a cat bite.
Acidosis on blood test results would be low pH of the blood at the time.
A pretty dynamic situation, and highly unlikely to be a result of the previous surgery.
That is not to say that he might...
I thought this would be about a Pony of the Americas with no spots...
I feed dry food as treats to my cat.
Otherwise, diet is canned or home cooked.
I don't recommend dry food as a main part of the diet in cats.
Step away from the crack pipe, Lex...
I have to agree.
Went to look at the photos, thinking there's be a close up of the eyes.
You still don't appear to know bugger all about milk *pricing*, which was the main point.
Can you point me to a source for that? I was wondering about it, but couldn't find anything.
I would expect so, however that still leaves the issue of "one size fits all" drug dosing.
And one can easily be over the weights specified without carrying excessive adipose tissue.
Milk pricing is a whole lot more complicated than that.
And BTW, the milk truck that picks up at my friend Dave's dairy down the road--it delivers the milk to the coop that Dave is a member of. The...
Worse--I have to grade the damn things.