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Dog food recall by buglady[_2_]
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm384876.htm Hubbard Dog QC Plus Dog buglady take out the dog before replying
June 9th 15 12:22 AM
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How much onion will kill or hurt a dog by David[_5_]
I have heard that onion is very bad for dogs and can kill them. So, of course I avoid giving my Josie onion although she is often sad when I throw out the remains of my casseroles because they have onion in them. She loves people food and I would gladly give her the remains, but do not wish to...
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June 9th 15 12:21 AM
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Dog teeth chatter/ tremor by [email protected]
My three year old jack russell/ rat terroir's teeth chatter for about 10 seconds and then stop. This happens less than 1 time a week.. Maybe 3 times a month for the past 3-4 months. Not during play, odd temps, or anything so really thought nothing off it as he didn't act funny before or after the...
September 22nd 14 11:37 PM
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My 13 year old female Aussie has reacurring pain.. by Ruth Marie
The pain appears to be caused by gas in her intestines, at least the x-ray showed a build up of gas bubbles along the intestinal track... the pain has been intermitent and severe. She salvates extensively, pants heavily and appears to have cramps (jumps like electric shock and barks) and is very...
August 27th 14 12:48 AM
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4-Yr old rescued YorkiePoo Snaps at us sometimes by Mark1154
Louie was rescued by us several months ago. He's doing great and learning a lot. The only problem is that sometimes, without warning ,he snaps at us. He did it in a group of children the other day so I guess he felt threatened by the large group trying to pet him. He's done it several times before...
June 19th 14 04:07 PM
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Teeth chattering - possible problem? by [email protected]
Teeth chattering could be a sign of seizures in cocker spaniels. It could simply be excitement but you need to get him vet checked. Seizures are very common in cockers. They can be fully conscience and still have a seizure. The things you are describing unsettles me a bit. Please get your precious...
June 15th 14 12:28 PM
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DMSO - anecdotal - tumor reduction by [email protected]
On Friday, April 26, 1996 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, wrote: I am using DMSO Gel with Aloe Vera (70%DMSO/30%AloeVera) for treatment of an infected tumor on my 12 year old dog. It appears to be helping quite a bit. Whether it will totally eradicate the tumor is yet to be seen. But...
May 24th 14 04:46 AM
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No hell bad enough by buglady[_2_]
..........for someone like this. http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/25470345/family-who-claims-ft-worth-vet-secretly-kept-dog-alive-files-1m-lawsuit If the TX vet board doesn't revoke his license permanently they're a bunch of dickless wimps. If you live in TX perhaps you'd like to give them a...
May 10th 14 04:21 PM
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Dog - Treatment for Vitiligo (Leucoderma) by mlv
I took on a rescue Black & Tan Doberman bitch about 9 months ago. She is just coming up to 2-years-old. Over the past 2 months or so, she has started to develop pale (almost white) patches on her nose, lips, eyelids and jowls. Onset of this problem seems to have coincided with her being...
April 4th 14 04:58 PM
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Lipomas / Golden Retriever by No Name
Hi, have a 11 year old golden/chow chow mix. The vet recently removed two lipomas from under the front leg and another around the chest area. Anyone else had to deal with this?
March 27th 14 12:30 AM
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IOWA Rabies Waiver Bill ACTION ALERT by Kris L. Christine
IOWA Rabies Waiver Bill HF2124 ACTION ALERT: Iowa Rep. Marti Anderson has filed a rabies medical exemption bill, HF 2124, and it has been assigned to the Agriculture Committee.. Please contact Agriculture Chair, Pat Grassley (515) 281-3221 & Agriculture committee...
February 8th 14 05:19 PM
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Severe Post-Surgical Burns by [email protected]
The point as well, is, of course the vet didn't most likely intend to harm the dog, but to send a strong message, to teach a lesson, so this does not happen to any other poor owner and their dog is sometimes u do need to get legal rep. If it happened to your dog, those nay Sayers may feel...
January 21st 14 12:08 AM
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Deadly Combination: Aspartame and Caffeine in Diet Soda by [email protected]
We all hear about “Diet soda” pretty frequently. Many of us grab one while passing through conspicuously placed vending machines during our daily commute, order one while having meals at restaurants, or just have a glass of soda to quench our thirst. With the word “diet” written in big letters on...
December 10th 13 06:10 PM
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Confusion in Aisle 6 by SteveB[_4_]
I am trying to get my two dogs settled on a good kibbled dog food. The brands are endless, and confusing. And the prices are all over the board. They are a poodle/terrier mix, and a bischon possibly pedigree, or slight mix, a rescue dog. My bischon has upset stomach, and diarrhea...
December 8th 13 09:26 AM
by cyndi Go to last post
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Is Your Veterinarian Being Honest w/You--ABC News by Kris L. Christine
Is Your Veterinarian Being Honest with You? ABC News 11/22/13 Is Your Veterinarian Being Honest With You? | Video - ABC News (Please copy & paste link into your browser if it doesn't work by clicking on it.) "Pushing the Shots" at 4:31. Remember as you watch that the American Animal Hospital...
November 24th 13 03:54 PM
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Titers--Dr. W. Jean Dodds Interviews by Kris L. Christine
Dr. Karen Becker's article & interview with Dr. W. Jean Dodds on veterinary antibody titers: What Exactly Are Antibody Titers? | Types of Titer Tests "Dr. Dodds explained that certain diseases produce what we call 'sterile immunity.' Those diseases include distemper, parvo, and hepatitis in dogs,...
November 15th 13 09:30 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Dodds: Titer Tests by Kris L. Christine
Avoid unnecessary vaccines with titer tests (Part III) by Dr. W. Jean Dodds 10/11/12 Dr. Jean Dodds' Pet Health Resource Blog | Avoid unnecessary vaccines with titer tests (Part III) In my last two posts, I discussed the potential side-effects (vaccinosis) of over-vaccinating our pets, and the...
November 15th 13 09:17 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Vaccine Podcasts w/Dr. Ronald Schultz by Kris L. Christine
Dr. Ronald Schultz was a recent guest on 4 Woof Meow shows discussing veterinary vaccines: #1 Vaccinations--Why They are Important, Core Vaccines & Vaccination Schedules...
November 12th 13 12:25 AM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Life is just SO unfair by buglady[_2_]
http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/texas-school-principal-charged-dogs-leg-rots-falls-021831022--abc-news-topstories.html "The principal of a private school in Houston claims it is "unfair" that she is being charged with animal cruelty after her three small dogs were found to be in deplorable...
November 7th 13 11:08 AM
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Carnivores? by buglady[_2_]
Yes. And thank you Dr. Patty! Geez I miss her blog, where you didn't have to belong to Facelessbook to comment. http://www.vetstreet.com/our-pet-experts/are-dogs-carnivores-heres-what-new-research-says buglady take out the dog before replying
November 6th 13 05:46 PM
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