Dog_Shrink wrote:Hm... figure that... it wasn't a blockage after all huh...
Better safe than sorry IMO. There is still something going on with him so 'nanny nanny boo boo' is REALLY not warranted. The dog is NOT fixed and the vet STILL is not sure what the problem is.
you have made me feel unwelcome from my first post.
Dog_Shrink wrote:Ya know Marinepets I get the distinct feeling you don't like me... I don't know why but from day one every post you put up after mine just wreaks of smack.
Maybe there are others here more knowledgable in veterinary medcine than me but after 17 YEARS of practicing Animal Behavior as well as writing several columns for our local paper on ALL aspects of Pet Care, I think that I have earned just a BIT of knowledge in the field of canine health disorders.
Please stop treating me like just another "average" dog owner offering advice esp. when you know nothing about me or my practical experience.
I never said he was fixed. I said we are doing better.
My vet was trying to help me do the most cost effective measures first (based on otherwise normal behavior other than the occasional vomiting) - I am a student (graduating in August) with $0 monthly income. She found enough cause to go with this method of treatment.
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