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KANSAS RABIES LAW--Action Alert! by Kris L. Christine
Friday evening (2/29), a Wichita reporter called and interviewed me for an hour about the canine rabies vaccine. Apparently, there is an unorganized effort in Kansas to change the rabies immunization law for dogs from an annual to a triennial protocol. A number of veterinarians are in favor of...
March 23rd 08 12:58 PM
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New Training Plan? by Jenn
On Mar 20, 3:31*pm, wrote: What the hell is this? Is it just me or is this super psychotic? (These are the people your parents warn you about lurking around on the internet)
March 21st 08 04:01 AM
by Jenn Go to last post
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Im back H i All by Aaron111
Im back here everyone just thought I say hi
March 20th 08 06:49 AM
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Help Angel the dog - She needs Surgery! SPCA Wyoming County by cdkscully
This is about Angel - a miniature pincher She was surrendered to the Wyoming County No-Kill SPCA (Attica NY) on February 26th, 2008. She was given to her owner as a Christmas present. This little girl was born in October 2007, which makes her almost 5 months old. She has spent all of her life...
March 20th 08 02:46 AM
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Update on ehrlichia/histo pooch by Laurie[_2_]
I am sorry to report that my bf's sweet dog Stewart, who had been diagnosed with advanced disseminated histoplasmosis as well as ehrlichia had what appears to be a stroke last night and is blind and disabled on her left side. The emergency vet confirmed neurological impairment but couldn't say...
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March 19th 08 10:35 AM
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replacement blades for doggyman nail cutter by sean_n
Does anyone know if one can buy replacement blades for a Doggyman nail cutter? If so where? How do you open the nail cutter?
March 19th 08 09:42 AM
by \(the\)duckster Go to last post
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Tips for Healthy Diet by Lyne[_2_]
Eating a diet low in sugar and rich in fiber will help to keep your sugars stable. You will likely find that you will require less insulin if you have to take it at all. High fiber diets also support healthy weight levels and keep you from snacking as they make you feel full throughout the...
March 16th 08 02:58 PM
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News article: Affordable health insurance now available to the public by [email protected]
Affordable health insurance now available to the public By Michael Smith NEW YORK (AP) - Health insurance, once previously unavailable to the general public, is now available and more affordable than ever. People from all over America are using http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-2924912-10359791 to...
March 16th 08 02:43 AM
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Max--tribute to a beautiful and noble service dog by A. Brain
We never really figured out what breed he was. Was he a boxer mix? Sometimes when I walked him he would act like a boxer and jab at a cat, or surprisingly, at a homeless person. Maybe that's because he worked so hard for his master, and was once homeless himself. He was saying, "I found a place...
March 15th 08 02:59 AM
by William Clodius Go to last post
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Urgent - histoplasmosis familiarity? by Laurie[_2_]
Hi all - I'm new to this group and while I have a dog and I'm rabbit and cat experienced, I'm not a dog expert and need some help for my bf's 5 yo terrier mix. After 2 mo of chronic diarrhea and various diagnoses beginning with possible food allergies, a super regional specialist has finally...
March 15th 08 01:39 AM
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Hartz recall for cat vitamins (yes, cats) by Sue and Atty
I know this is the dog group, but also know some of you have cats. This came through my email today. Sue and Atty http://www.fda.gov/oc/po/firmrecalls/hartz03_08.html Recall -- Firm Press Release FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms...
March 11th 08 01:31 PM
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Yellow Labradors - Popular Family Dogs by russell joyce
If you have children and you are looking for a puppy to have as a pet, then a Yellow Labrador is what you could be looking for. Yellow Labradors make great pets for families with children. They are also one of the most popular dogs for families to buy. A lot of their popularity comes from being...
March 10th 08 10:56 AM
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5 Tips to Help Your Dog to Stay Safe on Boating Trips by ashley ross
It may take some patience while working with your pooch to get him used to water sports. Once your buddy gets used to the water you can do more water activities. Here are tips that will help you to keep your dog safe while helping him to lose any fear of water he may have. 1. Some beaches don't...
March 10th 08 09:39 AM
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WSAVA'S 2007 VACCINE GUIDELINES Available Online by Kris L. Christine
The recently released World Small Animal Veterinary Association 2007 Vaccine Guidelines are available online at - WSAVA - Scientific Advisory Committee Scroll down to Vaccine Guidelines 2007 (PDF) Excellent information on veterinary vaccine is also available at the sites below: Duration of...
March 8th 08 12:00 PM
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Vaccines & INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE by Kris L. Christine
Inflammatory bowel disease is one of the adverse side affects associated with vaccination. From Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats, (Dr. Pitcairn is a DVM with a Ph.D. in veterinary immunology) Under "Vaccination: Replacing Acute Illness with Chronic Disease," p....
March 7th 08 01:02 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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CHV-1 does any one know much about this? by AXEGRINDERXXX
Hi, I have asked around in lots of places to see what known about this subject and some vets I talked to didn't have a clue,, How about you guys and gals?
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March 5th 08 11:35 PM
by buglady Go to last post
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Old dog cannot hold it, overnight - ideas? by Roger Taylor
We have a 16 year old active and well exercised Pomeranian in otherwise good health. In the past year he often cannot make it through the night without popping out of his basket and quietly peeing on the bedroom rug. Half the time, he manages to make it to the door and scratch, and we let him...
March 5th 08 07:06 PM
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Allergies by Peetie Wheatstraw
11 year old Brittany. Generally very active and healthy except for skin allergies. She is extremely itchy from about April thru October. Licking and biting, mostly on/near the paws. By Aug. of every year she looks a hulluva mess. The vet and I have been over the issue for years. Nothing has...
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March 5th 08 04:40 AM
by Peetie Wheatstraw Go to last post
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Need cure for loose stools in a renal doggie by [email protected]
Hi, My doggie has renal failings and is on subQ fluids. He's doing very well (thank God) and has a great appetite. Problem is every 4 days or so he gets loose stools that he can't control. I don't want to put him on metronidazole on an ongoing basis. I've seen diarreah related supplments in the...
March 5th 08 03:42 AM
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gas by Janet Boss
Rudy, 2yo Golden, is a gassy boy. Always has been. but much more sometimes than others. He's also a poop eater by choice (but not by practice), and urinary incontinent (takes Proin). He can clear a room. For the last month+ we've been trying Unleashed digestive enzymes. No improvement. ...
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March 4th 08 07:05 PM
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