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post #31 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-20-2011, 10:14 AM
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Those pictures show his color really well. He's just gorgeous.
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Boy, change the red to tan and he looks like Patton. What a gorgeous looking lad. I'm jealous of who ever ends up with him in the long run.

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Did a really promising home visit with Bandit today! I really like this couple for him. They're going to talk it over and let me know for sure in the morning. Paws crossed!


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I hope they are worthy of him! He sure is handsome, and wishing him a great forever home that will give him every opportunity to excel.
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He looks like a big sweet goof
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Yaaaay! Bandit got adopted! He was adopted by a really awesome couple who has a white GSD mix. They're obviously "dog people." They started telling me about how they adopted her from a shelter and she kept having skin and digestive problems so they took her to the vet and tried different supplements and finally figured out she had to eat grain-free and use this special allergy shampoo.. . . .I knew I'd found real dog people. I think he's going to be great for them, and they'll be a fabulous home for him.


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Congrats to Bandit! Please let them know that while he is still HW+ it is very important to limit his activity to leash potties and quiet house time only.





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Congrats to Bandit! Please let them know that while he is still HW+ it is very important to limit his activity to leash potties and quiet house time only.
See, that's what I was thinking and I specifically asked the vet about this. He said that since it's an extremely light positive and we're doing the slow-kill method which will likely take over a year, this is not the case?


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Nope! I found - I think on the American HW website - that if you have a dog with 40 adult worms and they are quiet, they will get better more quickly than a dog with like 14 worms who is allowed to run around. They tested it by implanting the worms so yuck, but accurate. I will look for it and post it here. It surprised me. Or actually that's kind of a reverse of how I said - a dog will get sicker quicker even if they have less worms.





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Nope! I found - I think on the American HW website - that if you have a dog with 40 adult worms and they are quiet, they will get better more quickly than a dog with like 14 worms who is allowed to run around. They tested it by implanting the worms so yuck, but accurate. I will look for it and post it here. It surprised me. Or actually that's kind of a reverse of how I said - a dog will get sicker quicker even if they have less worms.
That would be great if you could find something definitive. I've found differing opinions on different websites, but nothing concrete from somebody with authority like the heart worm association, so I was just going by what the vet said.


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