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Posted on: 10:43:20 PM 4/16/2009

Kalm, I have to say you are very wrong! If what the dog is displaying is NEUROLOGICAL there is a lot that can be done! Judging by the history of falling down stairs then suddenly having trouble with the hind limbs, this dog may be suffering from a bu...

Posted on: 7:12:44 PM 3/26/2009

I'm just a little curious.....

Working in a vet clinic you sometimes meet the clients who "do it all" to a T, do it all plus some, or the ones who do...well the minimum. I can find it hard at times to talk people into procedures and tests ...

Posted on: 12:50:58 PM 3/20/2009

First day of spring........

The dandelions have been popping up in the yard the past couple of days, and have made quite the entertainment for us and the weenies. For some reason Sonnie finds them to be threatening..... as soon as he spots...

Posted on: 3:50:36 PM 3/15/2009

Yeah we did the first surgery a year ago. He's been on c/d maintenance food since, but this cat is prone to making the stones and so he will most likely block again. If the stones had not formed the way they did he may of not had a problem, which is ...

Posted on: 11:38:19 PM 3/14/2009

I have worked in veterinary medicine for several years. On Saturdays I work the night shift 12-9pm and really enjoy it because we get some quite interesting cases come in..... this one took the cake tonight.

Harley a 5yr old neutered cat c...

Posted on: 8:07:29 PM 3/11/2009

I wasn't trying to be nasty, yet I hear it all the time "the breeder never told us." Ok, ok probably should have been mentioned by the breeder, and yet if you even google ...

Posted on: 3:50:13 PM 3/8/2009

It has actually been pretty nice here the past couple weeks, but every time I have a day off and make plans to get everyone out of the house..... it rains :( So today it cooperated with me lol, got the kids and the weenies out for a trip to the park....

Posted on: 10:19:08 PM 3/7/2009

It's likely that by getting into your cats food, your dog has GI upset. Some dogs just have sensitive stomachs. The constant diarrhea can irritate the bowel which causes some bleeding. As long as the blood is coating the poop and not inside it, there...

Posted on: 9:19:07 PM 3/5/2009

I bought my 7yr old daughter a guinea pig for her birthday several weeks ago. Everything went off without a hitch, and Rosie has been a very special addition to our family. Today I noticed that she wasn't using her right rear leg, and so we took a tr...

Posted on: 8:13:22 PM 3/3/2009

Almost all, well neven maybe all of our bully c-sections have been inpregnated through AI. It's quite possible that they cannot breed on their own, never asked so I'm not to sure lol.

Either way do your research, just because you have a n...

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