chuey_316 wrote:I just called around and was able to talk to 1 vet's office. They said that without seeing him they couldn't really say much, but that they don't use the slow method either, and to wait it out, and hope that the Immiticide production gets rolling again.
He did tell me about a product that I could try, but said that he doesn't know too much about it. He said that he has heard of it working, but has never seen it for himself, and therefore could not recommend it. Basically that it was up to me, and what do I have to lose type of thing.
Anyway here is the product, has anyone heard of this? Does it really work, at least enough to keep the problem from getting worse until hopefully the medicine is available, or I can find a vet that will go with the slow method?
chuey_316 wrote:My reason at 1st was that the vet told me not to give him any preventative because giving it to a dog with heart worms will send them into shock and kill them.
Users browsing this forum: Yahoo [Bot] and 2 guests