Meh... You really have to be careful here, we have MANY vets, but only a few are really good. I rarely go to a regular vet, mostly just for minor stuff, I always choose to go to a veterinary specialist if I encounter a more complicated health issue. I'm glad I live in the capital city of my country, we have a veterinary college which is also a vet clinic full of veterinary specialists in many fields, most of Brina's health issues were resolved and surgeries were done there. Plus we do have a few other good vet clinics, the vet I mentioned in my previous post just opened a brand new vet clinic 5 minutes away from meAllisonPibbleLvr wrote:It seems like you guys have access to great vet care where you are! Lucky for miss Brina!
Well this part is easier said than done when you have a dog who treats every piece of food like it's the last one she will ever get. But it can be done if you make changes I guess. I'm seriously considering switching her to a pre made raw food (http://www.naturesmenu.co.uk/) because it's served in blocks and it's soft so there's less of a chance to inhale anything. Plus you can feed it out of a kong toy. It will double the cost of her food, but since it will just be her on this food, it will be possible. I'm planing on getting an elevated food bowl next month and I will switch her from collars to harnesses. So everything will be ready before she will need surgery which I hope she won't need for a looong time.Misskiwi67 wrote:and the owner monitors her eating/drinking very closely.
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