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Viewing all posts found for user karibear08
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Posted on: 10:32:47 AM 1/25/2009

Yeah, now I'm curious. Does anyone know if the ear ones read different? I guess I'm still in the dark ages, LOL. And in my experience, and in general opinion I think, it is normal for hairless animals to run a little higher.

Posted on: 6:07:47 PM 1/24/2009

I know I have done it and it has worked, and did so at the vets direction. Cats though. I never would have thought of it if they hadn't told me. So, here's some references to it: ht...

Posted on: 5:11:37 PM 1/24/2009

Well, you'll still have to clean them out, but you can ask your vet about some of the drop on the back of the neck medications for fleas, or some sort of ivomec type thing, but make sure you ask them, and the ivomec could definantly be a case of over...

Posted on: 5:00:56 PM 1/24/2009

Hey,here's the gist, don't know about any vets there, just about every one here does it. Here's the catch, their are actually two different repairs. The less expensive one is this, they just remove it, period. Now, some of them say they won't do this...

Posted on: 9:25:52 PM 1/23/2009

thanks for the thought :-)

Posted on: 7:36:26 PM 1/23/2009

Me too. When I did it the first time, I said I didn't care about mixed or purebred, nor size, and yep, got back ALL mixed breeds, and 3 were small, and one medium (beagle/shar-pei????)Not a purebred in sight.

Posted on: 5:11:05 PM 1/23/2009

Breed is definantly a factor. Something that is more common than not would be considered normal for that breed, but may not be for other breeds. So every breeder can't cover the same things to the same extent.Ex: There are some breeds which tend to a...

Posted on: 4:11:42 PM 1/23/2009

There are so many factors involved when deciding whether or not to breed. Not the least of which is you risk death. Is it worth it to you? How would you feel if your female died BECAUSE you tried to breed her? How about the death or injury of one of ...

Posted on: 3:18:50 PM 1/23/2009

I live in vegas, and the rabies shot is only required every three years here (I can't actually figure that out since there hasn't been a documented case in forever). No others are required, but it can be smart to do. We each just need to figure out w...

Posted on: 3:08:29 PM 1/23/2009

Hi Rachel, I'm pretty new to this forum too, but very vocal, LOL. Nice to meet you. SOunds like a solid plan too.

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