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Posted on: 11:37:44 AM 8/20/2005

There's a dog I've kind of been checking out for a couple of weeks at a rescue that I may be interested in adopting. My problem is that they don't seem to be real forthcoming with info about her. I've asked quite a few questions but they don't see...

Posted on: 10:38:51 AM 8/20/2005

I guess I'm confused as to why you are taking my comments as a personal attack against the clinic you work for and your personal practices.

I'm simply giving details about a bad experience I had!

I don't believe that all Vet's...

Posted on: 9:56:26 AM 8/20/2005

Let me start by saying that I'm sorry you feel so offended by what I had to say, but you really don't know my situation.
I'll take my 27 years experience with working breed dogs over that of the tackling tech who couldn't identify an

Posted on: 11:09:29 PM 8/19/2005

The whole situation was horrible!

Posted on: 10:53:02 PM 8/19/2005

I agree 100% that what is best for the animal is best for the animal.

FYI- The tackling Tech in question also mistook my Black and White Akita for a German S...

Posted on: 10:06:22 PM 8/19/2005

I would have had no problem at all with a strong hug, and would not have objected in the least to the use of a muzzle. My problem was with an outright tackle and forcibly trying to hold my boy to the ground. Not OK!
The one Vet actually apoli...

Posted on: 9:20:21 PM 8/19/2005

My decision to stay with my dog through all procedures is a personal choice and not meant to be offensive. I have twice overted crisis by my being there. I had two different assistants, in two different vet offices attemp to tackle and hold my dog ...

Posted on: 8:19:46 PM 8/19/2005

I would never let my dog out of my sight at the vet's office for anything other than surgery. Too many things could happen.

Posted on: 6:11:18 PM 8/15/2005

When in a pinch, I've used Ivory dish soap on my horses too. Really gets 'em clean.

Posted on: 9:10:40 AM 8/12/2005

I have a friend whose dog was unlucky enough to get a rawhide loged in his intestinal tract. Costly little surgury that one was. I have never given a dog a rawhide since.
I also never use greenies. They seem to also trigger seizures in epilept...

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