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Senior dog with problems by [email protected]
I have a 14 year old cocker/daschund mix that has really deteriorated over the last year. He is somewhat unsteady on his feet at times with his hind legs giving out and also limping. X-rays show some arthritis and I have recently started him on glucosomine/chondroiton He also has slightly...
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December 12th 12 04:18 PM
by Mr Pounder Go to last post
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'Sometimes I feel so hungry' by Dogman[_3_]
'Sometimes I feel so hungry': Documentary charts 12 months in the life of the 625lb mother who ate herself to death http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2243659/Documentary-charts-12-months-life-625lb-mother-ate-death.html A very sad story about a woman who didn't need to die. But she...
December 7th 12 12:11 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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What is Chiropractic? by Sara Harriet
Chiropractic is extremely useful for people suffering from recurrent, long lasting back pain, neck pain or headache that can affect their quality of life. Chiropractors are the spinal health experts. Helping to restore proper spinal biomechanics and improved nervous system function begins with a...
November 23rd 12 03:52 AM
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Cell transplant enables dogs to walk again by Alison[_3_]
Scientists have reversed paralysis in dogs after injecting them with cells grown from the lining of their nose. The pets had all suffered spinal injuries which prevented them from using their back legs. The Cambridge University team is cautiously optimistic the technique could eventually have...
November 20th 12 05:41 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Achilles Tendon repair? by Michelle Givens
Hey, everybody, Has anyone had experience with surgical repair of an Achilles Tendon? My young field trial prospect has either partially or entirely severed his Achilles Tendon (we're waiting for the surgeon to call back to schedule the surgery). I'm going to a great surgeon, but would be very...
November 16th 12 10:11 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Osteoarthritis by gus gassmann
Is anyone still reading this? I have a 12YO BCx (maybe xLab --- 51 lbs). My vet thinks it is virtually certain she has arthritis. The symptoms are there (stiffness etc.) and "virtually all dogs her age have it". He recommends starting her on Glucosamine (GA). So I do some reading and checking...
November 7th 12 10:23 PM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Nasal bleeding in Golden retriever by [email protected]
On Wednesday, December 29, 1999 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, Joel W wrote: One of my Goldens (Sidney - 9 yrs old) has recently developed a nose bleed on one side. Our vet took x-rays which were subsequently reviewed by a radiologist and they indicate either a mass (i.e. tumor) or fungus. Of course...
November 1st 12 05:37 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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hookworm by [email protected]
On Saturday, September 9, 2000 11:40:33 PM UTC+3, kjjy wrote: Hello group. One of my dogs seems to get hookworm a lot. I dont know yet but have a feeling. Well it is usually around a 100.00 every time I bring him in to get checked and get the yellow medicine. My question is can I get this...
October 6th 12 07:18 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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This morning my golden retriever was shaking and could walk by Deuteros
I have an 8 year old female golden retriever. Before I went to work this morning I noticed that she was lying down and shaking/shivering. I called her to see what was the matter but she had a really hard time getting up. When she tried to walk she almost fell over and she seemed very uncoordinated....
October 1st 12 04:09 PM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Recall Boots & Barkley American Beef Bully sticks by buglady[_2_]
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm320569.htm?source=govdelivery September 21, 2012 - Kasel Associated Industries of Denver, CO is voluntarily recalling its BOOTS & BARKLEY 6 COUNT 5 INCH AMERICAN BEEF BULLY STICKS product because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall was the...
September 24th 12 04:49 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Avoderm recall by buglady[_2_]
Breeder’s Choice Pet Food Recalls AvoDerm Natural Lamb Meal & Brown Rice Adult Dog Formula Because of Possible Salmonella Health Risk 09/11/2012 07:23 PM EDT Breeder's Choice Pet Food is recalling a single manufacturing batch of Breeder's Choice AvoDerm Natural Lamb Meal & Brown Rice Adult Dog...
September 12th 12 07:53 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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umbilicl hernia by [email protected]
Our team consists of exclusive individuals with a wide experience in healthcare and administration. On one hand we are enriched with trained and professional doctors and medical professionals who are to assist and understand the medical history, reports and medical needs of the medical tourist...
September 11th 12 08:59 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Gates by Mr Pounder
Probably off topic, but I'm getting a bit desperate. We are getting no younger and have a small kitchen with no door. Our Westie is always getting under our feet. I'm looking for some sort of telescopic gate to keep her out. Something that will just fold up when pushed back. Any ideas would be...
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September 9th 12 01:26 PM
by Mr Pounder Go to last post
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Friend insists 99% of dog cooling is via tongue. But dog likes fan! by David Combs
We have all heard that dogs cool themselves, when hot, by panting. Makes sense out in "nature" -- fur on body totally insulates him (yes, easier to say him than him or her!). However, in a home, with electricity and fans, you can turn up the fan enough that it drives the air right through the fur...
August 22nd 12 01:17 AM
by David Combs Go to last post
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Recall LabDiet/Mazuri by buglady[_2_]
Just in case anyone has a maned wolf in their house !! (or a primate, guinea pig or small bird) http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm310630.htm?source=govdelivery FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 3, 2012 – PMI Nutrition International has initiated a voluntary recall of four varieties of the...
July 28th 12 07:12 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Sweet Potato Chews by Jo Wolf
Posted to a webtv group..... Drs Foster & Smith are still selling these online and in their catalog.There are other brands named below in the article: ووووووووووووووووووووو WARNING: Sweet Potato Chews From China Poisoning Dogs .. Written on 07/22/2012 by Brandy Arnold in Food & Diet, FRONT...
July 24th 12 12:53 PM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Natural Remedies for Dog Joint Pain, Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia by pilar cp
If your loved dog has mobility problems, then get natural remedies for your dog. Chondropaw is the best natural remedies for dog arthritis, hip dysplasia and joint pain. Chondropaw is safe, effective and provide the fastest result to senior dog with mobility problems. It is a good remedy for both...
July 20th 12 02:36 PM
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Jerky treats by buglady[_2_]
Still not much info on why those jerky treats were bad news. Waggin Train and Dingo had bad reports on a couple of items. DelMonte had melamine in one. Otherwise they don't know...
July 20th 12 08:04 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
1 1,178
joint pain by Phil L
border collie 7 years old. she's a very active dog who likes to excercise all the time, that is to say, she's never still, she's always running. Recently I've noticed she's carrying one or other of her hind legs after a vigourous work out, although she doesn't sit or lie down even after...
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July 19th 12 04:08 PM
by sighthounds & siberians Go to last post
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Swollen Mammory Gland - Mastitis After Psuedopregnancy by umtali
My 7 year old Yorkshire Terrier bitch developed a swelling in her mammary around 1 month ago. We took her to the vet around 3 weeks ago and it was diagnosed as mastitis. At the time we were also told that she must have experienced a psuedopregnancy. To date she has been prescribed 2x 7 day...
July 19th 12 10:18 AM
by Askew Go to last post
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