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  1. Thread: Osphos

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    Hey fly racing, Do you have a link to the...

    Hey fly racing,

    Do you have a link to the Tilden study you are talking about? I was just pulling papers about it and didn't find one using MRI in the study. I would love to read it. I found one...
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    Given her young age, I would be surprised that...

    Given her young age, I would be surprised that the CCL would be ruptured as it is usually a degenerative processes. Sounds like a trip to the vet is in order.

    O BTW, no need to put stifle in...
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    Male, hands down. They are more social and...

    Male, hands down. They are more social and playful in general. That being said, my female cat is firmly wedged between me and the computer in my lap. She is a rarity of the female. I find most female...
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    Haha yea I think she would kill me if I lion cut...

    Haha yea I think she would kill me if I lion cut her, but I am tempted to shave her belly of course after I sedate her. ;)
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    A groomer friend of mine told me she has been...

    A groomer friend of mine told me she has been using it for years on cats, but I was planning to look into the ingredients to see if any are potentially toxic to cats. Thanks for the heads up!
    ...
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    Long haired cats and mats

    My cat is on a mat making bender! Any good suggestions or prevention? I'm going to gets some showsheen and a flea comb and try to work them out slowly. She just seems to have a new one every day. She...
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    The urine glucose strips are what my clinicians...

    The urine glucose strips are what my clinicians prefer over pricking the dog for blood. You can buy them at any human pharmacy. Maybe just mention the idea to your vet and if they aren't comfortable...
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    Timing of insulin shots are very important! Feed...

    Timing of insulin shots are very important! Feed then give the insulin shot. If he doesn't eat then don't skip an insulin shot but give half the dose. Also insulin handling is important. Most...
  9. Hopefully, he doesn't have an ulcer from the...

    Hopefully, he doesn't have an ulcer from the meloxicam. I would talk to you vet about a possible gastroprotectant while he is on the meloxicam. I would also not worry about what he is eating at this...
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    Talk to you vet about using inhaled steroids.

    Talk to you vet about using inhaled steroids.
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    You could always get a necropsy done and get some...

    You could always get a necropsy done and get some answers that way. It may be too late for a necropsy depending on how the body has been stored, but it's worth asking the vet. From the sounds of it...
  12. What food is she on now? Trying to get my IBD cat...

    What food is she on now? Trying to get my IBD cat on a food that works for her. The HA and Z/D seem to be a no go so going back to other options. She's done the best on the LID from Natural Balance.
  13. What do you set your thermastat at during the winter?

    I'm trying to decide if I am being cheap or a wimp. Mind you this is my first winter in two year and its not even a real winter since I live in north florida. :lol:

    I have my thermostat set at 69...
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    I would just keep trying to associate good things...

    I would just keep trying to associate good things with the crate. Practice him going in and giving him treats then letting him out immediately. Maybe don't even close the door at first then work up...
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    I would recommend a dermatologist. The...

    I would recommend a dermatologist. The dermatologist at UF are fantastic.
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    Yes they do work. I never used a 5 point...

    Yes they do work. I never used a 5 point connecting one. I used one like this on my jumper and it did the job.
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    If you do wear one then I would go with the plain...

    If you do wear one then I would go with the plain all leather ones with just the single attachment at the withers. While it won't be just a plain standing martingale, it will look close as it can.
  18. Not sure if they still are, but I was in GA last...

    Not sure if they still are, but I was in GA last week and they were doing lots of repaving on 285, so if that is still the case I would take 75.
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    Wow love Patrick! He just looks so well trained...

    Wow love Patrick! He just looks so well trained and adjustable.

    Both girls did great on each other horse. Can't wait to see who the judges think did better!
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    Did anyone else think Tori's turn to the over out...

    Did anyone else think Tori's turn to the over out of the hand gallop
    was a bit wonky. She covered it well and found a great distance. Maybe it was my feed though.

    Otherwise i I agree that Tori's...
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    Thank you for posting the list as I have the feed...

    Thank you for posting the list as I have the feed on mute and the random flashing of names on the screen then changing the title got confusing.
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    Yes also cheap! These are the ones that I...

    Yes also cheap! These are the ones that I currently have:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002G29JLQ

    I used the wet my fingers trick and so much easier!
  23. So glad that the new vet is willing to listen and...

    So glad that the new vet is willing to listen and think through different possibilities. I figured that heartworm was highly unlikely but it has to be on your differential diagnosis list. I'm in my...
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    I feel your pain!! I've had several different...

    I feel your pain!! I've had several different brands but none are easy. My "trick" is to wiggle my fingers up near the open end and that usually separates it enough to get it open, but can still take...
  25. Poll: Well after going to bed at 9, I woke up around 1...

    Well after going to bed at 9, I woke up around 1 am and got to thinking about the feral cat population in the area and the chocolate sitting at my front door. So, I went to get the candy bowl and was...
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