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Re: bad stools, sounds like he has food sensitivities. Our local holistic vet says avoid all types of fish. I tested my cat w/Hemopet (expensive but worth it) and found she’s allergic to salmon and duck. I got her on limited ingredient diets based on chicken or turkey and no soft BMs since.
Re: hyperesthesia, I’ve been told to get my cat in for acupuncture asap. I’m hoping to get her in tomorrow; can’t stand to see her suffer much longer. I’ll try to find my way back here to comment on whether it works.

My foster dog just started exhibiting these tremors. Typically only at night or early in the morning so far. I’m getting very frustrating in dealing with the vet’s office because everything has to go through the rescue, even just being allowed to talk to a vet about his symptoms. I really wish that they’d put the care of the dog first. Anyway, I’m glad to know that there’s other people out there dealing with this condition and it seems that most dogs aren’t in pain or otherwise physically suffering during these episodes.

- However we also have very little in the bank (about 5000 combined) so we can't afford a down paymentI tried reading Cambell's text and got nowhere because it is dense and dull. But how are you doing on the Steps? I missed the webinar to say the least. In retrospect I would have taken more of these tests... Would a future employer try to verify that the reference I put down was really my supervisor? "In looking over your responses again, I did have a couple of additional questions:If by "bad" you mean having to wait longer then yes. In your experience, which class given below was the most difficult in terms of studying, memorizing, recalling previous knowledge during that class, and/or use of everything you've learned in previous courses (prior semesters) to master the class concepts. In short, your ability to tolerate extreme emotions resulting from perceived failure or humiliation is much lower, and in those with the personality traits we select for in medical students, it can be a recipe for disaster. " Based on her opening pep-talk-like remarks, I think she was hinting that I don't have a very good shot. Funny thing was tho, I only had the last two weeks of Oct to 1st week of Nov as options. I looked it up real fast because I figured it might fit US values more (practioners remain private and aren't gov't employees, swiss customers expect cutting edge treatment)? Well i dont think it is recognized by canada/usa.

I simply MUST sing your praises. I was having such difficulty with my Josie’s diet, and it seemed nothing that I fed her (store bought or homemade based on my limited knowledge and research) was doing the trick. Then I came across your old website, and eventually this new website and this post. Josie has been eating a diet of quinoa, ground turkey, and cooked squash with probiotics mixed in and a one daily dose of spirulina. I was hesitant at first, but she has gained about a pound or so in TWO weeks, with no bloating (she hasn’t ever had that problem…knock on wood) and has had solid bowel movements for the first time since we adopted her!! AMAZING Her diarrhea had been so bad that she was having accidents in the house, and she hasn’t had an accident in over two weeks. I wanted to say a big, big thank you, I believe you likely saved her life! She is just so much happier and healthier now! For anyone else reading, I couldn’t find the powdered spirulina, and had to buy the tablets (which she seems to like) and just give her one tablet a day. The dosage for humans is six tablets a day, so I believe she is fine. She will have blood work done in a few weeks for ultimate confirmation, but is doing VERY well. Will likely add a multivitamin, but don’t want to change too much because she is doing so well. THANK YOU AGAIN!

I highly recommend a book called ‘Pet Allergies’ by a real vet of the name Alfred J. Pletchner. As I recall from my reading of the book he was able to cure 80% of feline leukemia cases, etc., by his introspection and methods. There’s much good and needed information in the book. I think it was written in 1977. My copy is buried here somewhere but it can be purchased through Amazon, I see, if only in used copy; cheap too. Great for dog companions too. Also if you dig a bit you can find great natural raw food recipes for cats on the net. Required is a meat and bone grinder such as (one of the best for this purpose) the Tasin TS 108, one of which I have and would sell (barely used) to anyone that would like to begin making their own raw cat or dog food. chrish435@

Quality vet steroids 2012

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I simply MUST sing your praises. I was having such difficulty with my Josie’s diet, and it seemed nothing that I fed her (store bought or homemade based on my limited knowledge and research) was doing the trick. Then I came across your old website, and eventually this new website and this post. Josie has been eating a diet of quinoa, ground turkey, and cooked squash with probiotics mixed in and a one daily dose of spirulina. I was hesitant at first, but she has gained about a pound or so in TWO weeks, with no bloating (she hasn’t ever had that problem…knock on wood) and has had solid bowel movements for the first time since we adopted her!! AMAZING Her diarrhea had been so bad that she was having accidents in the house, and she hasn’t had an accident in over two weeks. I wanted to say a big, big thank you, I believe you likely saved her life! She is just so much happier and healthier now! For anyone else reading, I couldn’t find the powdered spirulina, and had to buy the tablets (which she seems to like) and just give her one tablet a day. The dosage for humans is six tablets a day, so I believe she is fine. She will have blood work done in a few weeks for ultimate confirmation, but is doing VERY well. Will likely add a multivitamin, but don’t want to change too much because she is doing so well. THANK YOU AGAIN!

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