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Did you leave him at the vet, bring him home to suffer, or at least get him some pain meds until you figure out what you're going to do? Apply for Care Credit, or any credit card for that matter. Do whatever you need to do to get his leg fixed. :frown: Sorry if that sounds hasty or rude...but posts ...
- Tue Jun 09, 2009 3:17 pm
- Forum: Training and Behavior
- Topic: Sharing treats with the one you love
- Replies: 14
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Nandy knows when the kids will be home from school or the spouse from work. 5 minutes or so before those times she digs around the toy basket to find 'favorite bone of the day'. She greets whoever is coming thru the door with full butt wiggle and bone in mouth and will not leave that person alone u...
Deniselynn wrote:WTF Amber? I don't see you for how long and this is how you return? Talking about impacted anal glands?!
I know right?!? Work has been insane and today (knock on wood) it's slow!! YIPPEE!! So...here I am!!
- Wed May 13, 2009 9:15 am
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Extra muscle lead to ACL trouble?
- Replies: 17
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Well her leg seemed to start bothering her when the weather got cold and rainy, other days I take her on a walk and she doesn't limp at all, we get home and shes a little sore on it, but otherwise fine. Some days she doesn't limp at all. I don't think she always puts all her weight on it, but she d...
Oops, my post didn't work right. I hope my girl doesn't need surgery on both, but we'll see. So far, the "good" knee only pops out when manipulated by the vet, never on its own, so I'm not super concerned about it. I just need to find a way to keep her leg muscles well exercised and stron...
Hannah had both knees done last year (9/11 & 11/7). She had grade 2-3 and a 4-5. She's finally back to 100%...was expensive but worth it. She'll be on a glucosomine supplement for the rest of her life and she cant do sports or weight pull...so she can just be my spolied Hannah for the rest of h...
Hannah had both knees done last year (9/11 & 11/7). She had grade 2-3 and a 4-5. She's finally back to 100%...was expensive but worth it. She'll be on a glucosomine supplement for the rest of her life and she cant do sports or weight pull...so she can just be my spolied Hannah for the rest of he...
- Wed Mar 18, 2009 10:50 am
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Any owners have experience with COMFORTIS?
- Replies: 11
- Views: 1389
Allie wrote:Will Comfortis kill already existing fleas?
Yep, as soon as they bite the dog they die instantly. I have Hannah on it now because I was tired of topicals as well. This is a great product!
Call the vet back and demand pain relief...you're paying for it...if you want it for her (which it sounds like she needs it) go get it! As for aspirin...NO...my vet said human pain relievers can cause damage to dogs. But they can have benadryl, just not human pain relievers.
I'm looking for a similar human grade natural dry food that is as affordable as Canidae. I feed Innova, if you look at their site you probably will feel confident feeding this food, ( very high quality control, human grade ingredients, facility is spot less (was told this by several people that tou...