I'm glad to hear that the little one's seem to be improving
It's just so weird that calici virus almost ALWAYS shows up AFTER
And, I understand what you are saying about steroids. I know there are
times when they can be very beneficial.
My friend's husband has MS
I've been overwhelmed with email about hurricane relief and have been surprised to see very little about it here on the list. Yes, I know it's not directly related. :)
Anyway, I'm in the Atlanta area and there are many local groups and individuals collecting and sending items and going
UF scientist finds unexpected link between cat and human AIDS viruses
Filed under Research, Health on Thursday, September 8, 2005.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. A University of Florida researcher has discovered an
unexpected link between the viruses that
I use both versions of Feliway, as well as catnip. Simon was separated from them his last month, but I brought him in to see them once and they did not really want much to do with him and he did not want to see them either. Ginger was the only one who was really close to him, and she is the
Hi all. As you know, I moved to NJ and so now am dealing with all new vets. Lucy had a bladder stone (struvite) in the spring and was on clavamox and S/D until her symptoms went away and the x-ray showed no more stone. She got symptoms again a few weeks ago. I switched her to S/D again and put
Oops - sorry, I haven't been keeping up. I have the carrier now, and
the contact info of the couple who rigged it up (she was on the board
of the humane society, he's an engineer).
If you're near me, you're welcome to it, and I'll drive it part way -
if not email/call them and they can
Don't take O2 too litely...It is a fire
hazard..something of the same order of putting gasoline in your car
We do that every day too...Don't smoke around it...but hopefully you
Don't leave the tent closed while the animal isn't in it to use the
O2...If the concentration
If they don't understand what happened it unbalances their
world even more. I have seen it several times. One animal leaves and
the others have to reorder their lives--rearrange the pecking order. I
guess my point is to make sure they do understand what happened so they can do
That's a tough call. I 'thought' vets had stopped using Baytril. period. That makes me think you might want to get a second opinion. If you do that and the vet says 'no' to baytril I would get a second opinion on the dental as well
In fact, I'm sure I read something about vets or consumer groups trying to get baytril off the market, but the big bucks of Bayer are fighting it.
tcatatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
That's a tough call. I 'thought' vets had stopped using Baytril. period. That makes me think you might want to get
No, vets still use Baytril a lot. They just advise people that it very rarely causes retinal detachment and to be cautious for this reason. But it is a strong broad spectrum antibiotic that helps with a lot of infections that do not respond to other drugs. In Lucy's case, she is a lot better on
Where in NJ? Do you have a wonderful vet? If you're in central
NJ, I can recommend one.
Terri in NJ
=^..^= Terri, Salome', Siggie the Tomato Vampire, Guinevere, Sammi, Travis,
and 5 furangels: RuthieGirl, Samantha, Arielle, Gareth and Alec =^..^=
I'm in Flanders (just moved here from MA), which is part of Mt. Olive, which is the town north of Chester. So really it's northern NJ. I just started using my vet because she both works at a clinic a mile away and does house calls. She is very nice and seems knowledgeable, but has not been
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