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  1. Re: For those looking for CDB products...

    Looks like they have some kind of multilevel marketing strategy ? ( Like Amway, Herbalife, Avon )
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    Re: I got X-Rays done on my girl

    Happy Birthday Porkchop !
    You might want to give her some supplements for her back, eg. Movoflex, turmeric , Actiflex-4000
  3. Re: Reducing acidity of urine following kidney stone removal?

    Castration leads to markedly decreased cystine excretion resulting in abolished risk for stone formation. I strongly recommend it as it will eliminate the problem. Castration is more minor of a...
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    Re: Nyala n Jake

    Great pics !! Nyala must somehow know she's wearing part of Duke on her collar now.
  5. Re: Reducing acidity of urine following kidney stone removal?

    Sodium bicarbonate is not recommended for cystine stones !!!! Potassium citrate is the preferred therapy as it does not result in an undesired increase in cystine excretion, which happens with...
  6. Re: Reducing acidity of urine following kidney stone removal?

    Has Dudley been neutered?
    If he has Type III Cystinuria he will be cured if he gets neutered - but I'm not sure how long you would maintain that target urine pH if he wasn't neutered up till now and...
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    Re: Duke’s in the Emergency

    What a senseless loss !!!! No words can make this go away. RIP Duke, hope his brother cheers up your life !
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    Re: French Bulldog

    It's not just French bulldogs with screw tails- also English bulldogs, pugs and Boston terriers.
  9. Re: Reducing acidity of urine following kidney stone removal?

    Usual way to reduce pH of urine to target 6.5-7 is through potassium citrate 75 mg/kg twice daily. eg. 30 kg dog, would be 2.25 g (about half teaspoon of powder ) twice daily. You would adjust amount...
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    Re: Paul Newman

    It does all sound very suspicious and rushed. Even your vet is confirming this. Sorry you had to be put through this!
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    Re: Paul Newman

    He's a really nice bulldog specimen! But if he's trying to mate with Nyala, why would vasectomy help with that? He'll still have all his testosterone- maybe leave him intact a little while longer...
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    Re: Duke’s in the Emergency

    So sorry again for Duke's premature passing. It sounds to me like Brachycephalic Airway Obstruction Syndrome (BAOS) , and there was really nothing that could be done to prevent this. We love...
  13. Re: Linking Head tremors to heart worm prevention meds

    Probably the safest heartworm prevention would be to give milbemycin at 1/5 the normal dose. This won't be enough to kill roundworms, hookworms, or whipworms, but will kill heartworms.

    Milbemycin...
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    Help Needed! Re: Lump found on anus

    Not sure what it is but try washing with chlorhexidine or betadine and then putting on some Sudocreme and Germolene tonight if he lets you, as long as he doesn't lick there.
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    Re: Now at rest

    So sorry for your loss of Katie. I can only thank you for rescuing her and giving her so much love before she passed away.
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    Re: Duke’s in the Emergency

    I just read this about Duke and am heart sick. Everyone here loved Duke for his good nature and his love of life and it's a tragedy that his time on Earth was so short. Although Nyala beat him up a...
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    Re: My Hank ran too hard and is sore

    How's Hank doing now?
  18. General Question Re: Looking for a plant based omega 3 supplement

    I haven't tried it since I've been feeding real fish (sprat) for the past while, and before that I was using fish oil capsules. Based on estimated dose range of 20-55 mg/pound/day of combined...
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    Re: My Hank ran too hard and is sore

    Sorry to hear, hope he feels better soon !!! Agree with everything said, except, isn't meloxicam dose for dog 0.05 mg/pound once dally? eg. 2.5 mg daily . I don't have my vet manual with me to...
  20. General Question Re: Looking for a plant based omega 3 supplement

    You won't get same benefits as fish oil by feeding chia seed oil or flax seed oil. Chia seed oil doesn't contain DHA ( just EPA and ALA ) and flax seed just contains ALA. Try a non GMO algae oil...
  21. Re: Someone got their distichia de-stichified this morning...

    Looks like it was quite painful !! How long did you wait to dig out stitches? Usually stitches should be taken out by 10-14 days after surgery to prevent them getting ingrown.
  22. Re: 3 month old puppy, what dry/wet food should I give him?

    Great feedback ! I don't recommend throwing wet food on top of dry food as your dog will get very picky and never eat dry food by itself after.
  23. Re: Someone got their distichia de-stichified this morning...

    Looks painful ! Hope you feel better soon. How's your eyelashes?

    Is MINI a good patient too?
  24. Re: Someone got their distichia de-stichified this morning...

    Great news for MINI!!! Hope your eyes are ok too !!!
  25. Re: What is your daily maintenance regimen for your bully?

    Great regimen ! I forgot to mention I brush with zoom groom during change of seasons every few days, and give daily some steamed green beans or sometimes canned pumpkin to prevent constipation. I...
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