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Today 10:44 AM
woogyboogy
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Originally Posted by misslesleedavis1 View Post
How is your dude today?
He's doing good, I just came back from a walk with him, and now hes passed out haha
Today 10:25 AM
misslesleedavis1 How is your dude today?
Today 10:06 AM
woogyboogy Yeah I will send him an email today full of questions about the Vaccine.

We are trying to stay as positive as possible.
Today 03:51 AM
LisaT
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Originally Posted by woogyboogy View Post
I will definitely ask him, but from what I've seen in other peoples past experiences is that the Vaccine is administered on Day 1, Day 7, then Day 21. Then you wait a month, and do another Blood Test to see if it comes back Negative, or Positive. If it comes back Positive, then you start the Vaccine over again, until the blood results are Negative.
I may be wrong then. A vaccine would boost antibodies response. If they can retest in a month, maybe it is a measurement of infection. Definitely something to ask about, exactly wht the vaccine is measuring, and how quickly the values will respond.
Yesterday 10:44 PM
woogyboogy
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Originally Posted by Allie512 View Post
Thinking of you and Loki - very glad you at least have a diagnosis. Your research and efforts are impressive.
Thank you for the support, I am trying to be as proactive as I can for my boy!
Yesterday 10:43 PM
woogyboogy
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Originally Posted by readaboutdogs View Post
Wow! Prayers to you and Loki.
Thank you!
Yesterday 10:42 PM
woogyboogy
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Originally Posted by LisaT View Post
One question to ask, is how useful that test will be in monitoring response, and how quickly the antibodies change wrt to infection. In some infections, titers will go down very slowly, so you may be making progress, but it won't be reflected in the bloodwork for months and months. Robert Glass will have all of this info, but one step at a time - gotta get that vaccine into him!
I will definitely ask him, but from what I've seen in other peoples past experiences is that the Vaccine is administered on Day 1, Day 7, then Day 21. Then you wait a month, and do another Blood Test to see if it comes back Negative, or Positive. If it comes back Positive, then you start the Vaccine over again, until the blood results are Negative.
Yesterday 09:49 PM
Allie512 Thinking of you and Loki - very glad you at least have a diagnosis. Your research and efforts are impressive.
Yesterday 07:50 PM
readaboutdogs Wow! Prayers to you and Loki.
Yesterday 06:51 PM
LisaT One question to ask, is how useful that test will be in monitoring response, and how quickly the antibodies change wrt to infection. In some infections, titers will go down very slowly, so you may be making progress, but it won't be reflected in the bloodwork for months and months. Robert Glass will have all of this info, but one step at a time - gotta get that vaccine into him!
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