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  1. 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. ...
  2. 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.
  3. 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 :)
  4. I wouldn't jump to spinal tumor :) might not be...

    I wouldn't jump to spinal tumor :) might not be a bad idea to have an ultrasound done to asses the urogenital system....just to make sure there are no structural causes. I'd talk to your vet anojt...
  5. I would consider something other than spay...

    I would consider something other than spay incontinence....it just seems to severe and acute. Often with spay incontinence it starts with random night leaks and slowly progresses. This (Mayne I'm...
  6. I'm so sorry. I would absolutely support humane...

    I'm so sorry. I would absolutely support humane euthanasia in this case. Renal disease will make you feel awful, and while not painful, it's just as bad with frequent nausea and weakness. I would...
  7. Have you had a urine culture done? Abdominal...

    Have you had a urine culture done? Abdominal ultrasound? Usually you will notice SOME improvement with prion.
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    Don't declaw! Many practices around here refuse...

    Don't declaw! Many practices around here refuse to perform this mutilation - and I 100% support that decision. Unless it's a life or death situaton (and can't really think of one), its an...
  9. Glad she's feeling better! No neck leads ever...

    Glad she's feeling better! No neck leads ever and watch her carefully for a relapse. 50% of dogs will relapse and require surgery so be diligent about rest and medications amid hopefully you can get...
  10. Your dog needs to see a neurologist asap! Be...

    Your dog needs to see a neurologist asap! Be prepared for MRI amid a ventral slot surgery. It's a very common thing in frenchies :( medical management is always worth a try first, but if she isn't...
  11. Awww glad to hear your bun is better!! They are...

    Awww glad to hear your bun is better!! They are worse than horses!!!
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    My jrt ate 25. Scoped them all out, thankfully...

    My jrt ate 25. Scoped them all out, thankfully they made a large ball that stayed in her stomach! The pittie passes them in her poop....and they are definitely not reused!

    I have NO idea how the...
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    I used similar ones for creating a small...

    I used similar ones for creating a small sacrifice area in my field
    The ground froze and they were in solid!!! They were very sturdy for the entire winter. They did a great job. Mine are a...
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    Hopefully it's a mild elevation...as sometimes...

    Hopefully it's a mild elevation...as sometimes that means didly squat.

    One of my dogs always had high creatine on her bloodwork when she is on a high protein diet, then it decreases when the food...
  15. I'm so sorry... sometimes they help us out by...

    I'm so sorry... sometimes they help us out by not allowing us to make that dreaded choice. He was lucky to have you.
  16. What are fly predators? I feel I may need...

    What are fly predators? I feel I may need one...or 50
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    Sounds like you and your neighbor both did the...

    Sounds like you and your neighbor both did the right thing. Accidents can and will happen but sounds like you are both responsible!
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    Saw three BDLD s (big dog vs little dog) this...

    Saw three BDLD s (big dog vs little dog) this week . No pits involved but German shep, golden retriever and rottweillers all got little dogs and pretty bad. In all cases the little dogs "started it"...
  19. Mri can show up brain tumor, a very common cause...

    Mri can show up brain tumor, a very common cause of seizures in dogs over 6, or other physiological changes (strokes, infarcts, mue etc). By all means you would not have to do an mri - but...
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    Thank you...the website wouldn't work on mobile....

    Thank you...the website wouldn't work on mobile. Thanks horsepoor that's very helpful.
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    westporte?

    The website isn't working well for me...does anyone know if there are YouTube videos of him under saddle?

    Looking for a big quiet mover to compliment a thoroughbred mare. I have liked many of his...
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    Great!! Let us know how it goes! Lets hope puppy...

    Great!! Let us know how it goes! Lets hope puppy encephalitis that she can overcome on her own!
  23. I would suspect structural epilepsy vs....

    I would suspect structural epilepsy vs. Idiopathic in a 5 year old Rottweiler. Anesthesia should not trigger seizures that continue 2 years later.

    Unless you are prepared for mri and a short...
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    Ovariectomies are great, especially for a mature...

    Ovariectomies are great, especially for a mature female :) less invasive and does decrease risk of many problems associated with being intact. Removing the uterus is also an option.

    Houndhill -...
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    1mg seems like a lot of ace...but if you want it...

    1mg seems like a lot of ace...but if you want it "out" then that's probably what you'll need. We generally use 0.2mg for crazy cats. (Average 8-10 lb cat)
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