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Old 12-17-2012, 04:55 PM   #31 (permalink)
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And Wildo, I am pretty sure you need quite a few new crowns to help pay for Max's pending surgery...lol!!!
Took me a second to get this... I'll call you after Christmas!
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on Dr Oz they were talking about the safety of raw egg in egg nogs -- or stake tatare another culinary raw egg recipe -- he said the chances of getting ill are one in over 20,000 -
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Old 12-18-2012, 10:53 AM   #33 (permalink)
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I have had dogs for over thirty tears and none bloated until two bloated in 2011. I lost one, she was a foster and bloated while I was at work. It was too late. My male bloated a couple of months later, I saved him because he was at the EVet within 20 minutes after the onset of the first symptoms. It was a $3500 even and he recovered fully. I did not believe in bloat until it happened to me. There was nothing that suggested that these dogs were at risk beyond being German Shepherds. I know too many that lost their dogs to bloat.

Having experienced it, it changed the way I view preventative surgery and I would definitely do it whan my dog is under anyway. It is a terrible experience and if the torsion is preventable, I would do it. I hear the same from others who went through it. I thought I was doing something better with feeding etc. in the past, but it is the luck of the draw.
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