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  1. Every last one of these food threads have turned...

    Every last one of these food threads have turned into threads of religious zeal, where scientific facts are subordinate to half baked beliefs. An example above per your contention:



    First of...
  2. And the kicker... that there is no difference...

    And the kicker... that there is no difference between plant and animal protein because once the body breaks it down into amino acids it can not tell the difference between "plant" and "animal"...
  3. Thread: sick puppy

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    Ditto... to the Vet you go. Unsteady puppy on...

    Ditto... to the Vet you go. Unsteady puppy on paws sounds like something more serious than just worms.
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    Ding ding ding we have a winner. And I'm not...

    Ding ding ding we have a winner. And I'm not trying to slurp up to the owner of the forum. :D

    There is more than a little epidemiology evidence of a breed genetic link to cancer. If you're...
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    Chemo is well tolerated in puppy dogs with the...

    Chemo is well tolerated in puppy dogs with the appropriate supportive drugs. Most Vet Oncologists will prescrbe the appropriate drugs to prevent nausea. A lot depends on the particular Chemo drugs...
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    The new part is the generic dye carrier attaching...

    The new part is the generic dye carrier attaching specifically to the tumor cell markers. The last 3-5 yrs the approach has been to stick a radioactive iodine molecule onto an antibody that would...
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    Have your folks get a referral to a doggy...

    Have your folks get a referral to a doggy oncologist. Chemotherapy is often effective against a variety of cancers, and side effects are often minimal to none with supportive drugs. It might be...
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    Why would you want to give heartworm pills daily?...

    Why would you want to give heartworm pills daily? Also since you are a Collie fan, you have to worry about anything with Ivermectin in it, and that includes Dimmitrol.

    Dimmitrol is not suitable...
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    A corticosteroid such as Dexamethasone usually...

    A corticosteroid such as Dexamethasone usually takes 6-12 hours to start working, with its full effect at 24 hours. It may last 3-5 days. Therefore it's not surprising that two weeks later you are...
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    Get the dogs on Antibiotics

    Kennel cough usually comes in the form of an initial virus infection, followed by a Bordetella bacterial infection. Thus kennel cough is not just a viral disease. It's the classic case of virus...
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    Does sound like a metabolic problem - unless it's...

    Does sound like a metabolic problem - unless it's predictable N minutes after eating.

    The sudden rush of blood to the surface of the skin can literally fry the outer dermal layer, resulting in an...
  12. Thread: Wheezing

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    A common cause of the symptoms you are describing...

    A common cause of the symptoms you are describing is a collasping trachea. The condition resulting in a weakness of even a genetic defect of the cartlidge rings that comprise the trachea. A Vet...
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    Ask for a safer NSAID than Rimadyl. Although its...

    Ask for a safer NSAID than Rimadyl. Although its more notorious for causing liver failure, Rimadyl can also cause Kidney failure. Presumably the dog is not on Prednisone as that medication can cause...
  14. Ask them why Mitoxantrone and Piroxicam is not an...

    Ask them why Mitoxantrone and Piroxicam is not an option. It doesn't cure, but will help to give a higher quality of life. At the vary least they should be recommending Piroxicam. There's just too...
  15. You are correct when you say diphenhydramine has...

    You are correct when you say diphenhydramine has no chemical relationship to herioin. If you do a search on a combination of the two words you'll come up with Cheese - latest fad in the illicit drug...
  16. Most (but not all) cancer involving the urethra...

    Most (but not all) cancer involving the urethra ends up being a form of transitional cell carcinoma (TCC). Besides the pressure on the urethra causing urinating problems the primary site ends up...
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    Did the Vet do a needle biopsy on the two other...

    Did the Vet do a needle biopsy on the two other lumps? If not, it needs be done when the discharge is examined.
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    Have you consulted a doggy heart specialist? The...

    Have you consulted a doggy heart specialist? The same medicines given to humans for things like congestive heart failure (e.g. beta blockers) have found their way into canine medicine.

    Otherwise...
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    Have the Vet check for worms. If he has access to...

    Have the Vet check for worms. If he has access to some delicacies in the yard like deer and squirrel doo-doo that can cause flair ups in the gas attacks.

    Finally some dogs just are prone to it...
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    If puppy has rolled in something will powder or...

    If puppy has rolled in something will powder or perfume keep it off the carpet? Every once in awhile one of both of mine will go into wolf hunting mode and roll in the doo-doo of their intended...
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