|06-28-2014 08:48 PM|
I'm sure they would have but I couldn't get rabies fast enough lol
My car blew yesterday so I couldn't make my appt because i'd have to drive there. So I called all offices within walking distance and got one to let me walk in. I couldn't wait another week lol. I'm scared of animal control after that thread)))))))
And in NYC it's not 10 days quarantine, it's 6 months (can't believe it, don't understand it but that's what it seems like). This will be one shot I will never miss again
|06-28-2014 07:08 PM|
|JakodaCD OA||mine orders it for me from their vac rep..Some say it has no bearing being T free, and maybe it doesn't, but I still go with it..|
|06-28-2014 06:40 PM|
Got it, thank you. I could've found an office that will have the t free but I was in such a rush to get it done after that thread lol
Next time, in 3 years I will find it.
And thank you for the assurance)))) I will try to relax.
|06-28-2014 06:34 PM|
I doubt it was T free unless you ask for it, not all vets carry them, they are a single dose vac , vs a say, 25 dose vial that is cheaper for the office and has a longer shelf life.
If a reaction, you should see it pretty soon after the vac, altho there have been some that take days, it's not something you can let yourself be paranoid over, if it happens it happens, if he was ok with it last time, he'll probably be ok with it this time
|06-28-2014 06:31 PM|
Also, when am I in the clear? Like of he doesn't have a reaction by ..... then he's OK
When is that day?
|06-28-2014 04:25 PM|
|lalachka||Also I'm not sure whether it's thimerosal free, forgot to ask. So what if it's not? What are the possible dangers|
|06-28-2014 04:24 PM|
I was able to get a 3 year. I gave them my certificate, thanks to whoever told me I must have it. But I wasn't going to lie either way. I rarely do
So yeah, hopefully he takes it OK
|06-27-2014 11:56 AM|
It's almost gone. A hot spot here and there but nothing like before.
Yeah, that's what they told me too and suggested I go on purina pro and do testing and then put him on life time shots.
I started raw and it took a while but he got much better.
This all started a few weeks after, maybe sooner. I wasn't keeping track at that point, later I put it all together.
I use the same cleaners for years, i use the same everything for years. Nothing in the environment changed.
Again, I don't know for sure. But a convenient coincidence.
|06-27-2014 11:55 AM|
my boy diesel - why does this upset you so much? Shall, lalachka go stand in the corner? I don't know how many times she has explained the rabies situation and that she intends to be compliant with her county per law.
I'm not sitting in my house with my blinds drawn because I'm afraid of the world. lol
My family leads a pretty healthy active lifestyle and I want longevity with my dog and am conscientious about his well being. We ask a lot of him. That's all.
|06-27-2014 11:50 AM|
|Blanketback||You have to try to find out what your dog is allergic to. Have you considered a food intolerance? When my dog had his first bout with seasonal allergies, he had terrible symptoms. The following fall, after switching protein sources (from chicken to lamb) and adding bee pollen to his diet, he only had hot spots. This coming fall we'll see how it goes, since I've switched to fish maybe it'll be even better? But it could be anything in the environment for your dog too - cleaning products, air fresheners, dust, you name it. It's easy to blame the vax.|
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