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Samantha | 2 months ago
Is Fentanyl Really Safe For Dogs? My Uncles Dog Was Hit By A Car And Was …

Is fentanyl really safe for dogs? My uncles dog was hit by a car and was taken to a emergency vet after xrays they found that his back legs are crushed and needs surgery the doctor gqve the dog fentanyl yes a patch that lasts 3 days they said he was in shock, if humans can get addicted to this drug can dogs? I always thought dogs cannot take or have these types of medicines by the way my uncle lives in texas

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Krista Magnifico
1 month ago

Hello,
Yes they can use it. And no I’ve never seen them get addicted. We o ty use it for a few days to get over the intense pain of trauma/injury

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Samantha | 4 months ago
Hi I Have A Question I Was Wondering If The Distemper/parvovirus Vaccine Sold With Tractor …

Hi i have a question i was wondering if the distemper/parvovirus vaccine sold with tractor supply store is the same vaccine you guys use on dogs? Is it effective? Have you ever seen any problems? Please give me your honest opinion about vaccinating pets at home? Ive never done this before and probally never will but im just curious i have a family member that does this with his dogs and gives goat dewormer to his dogs

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Krista Magnifico
3 months ago

Hello, This is a great question. One that I face a lot. Here’s my honest answer. Yes. It is the same vaccine. At least it is suppose to be. The problem is that no one will validate it with any credibility. The manufacturer won’t and the seller won’t. If it is not handled, shipped, store for given properly the chain of reliability is broken and no one takes responsibility. Also no one who relies upon it to be valid will take it at face value. Another words if you bring me vaccine records for your pet and you bought and… Read more »

Laura
3 months ago

I know someone who lost her puppy to distemper after a series of shady vaccinations using only what was available at Tractor Supply.

If you love your pets, don’t use vax from Tractor Supply.

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Samantha | 4 months ago
Hi Everyone This Is My Grandpas Furbaby Hes Elderly And This Dog Is 13 Years Old Recently …

Hi everyone this is my grandpas furbaby hes elderly and this dog is 13 years old recently i took her to the er because she wouldnt eat and we was so shocked to find out her teeth are in horrible condition the doctor told us she needs a few pulled out but unfortunately due to financial problems my grandpa cant afford the surgery does anyone know a veterinarian hospital thata a low cost in the baltimore area im gonna post a picture of the estimate she needs this done asap we know that right now shes on tramadol and clavamox and shes eating but only wet food also not to long ago she had a tooth that fell out again this isnt my dog its my grandpa’s eldrly baby any advice would be appreciated thank you

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Krista Magnifico
3 months ago

Hello, Thank you for visiting and asking a question. I am very open and honest when I say that this cost would be an accurate estimate from my clinic. It is a difficult surgery and it can take quite a bit of time. At our clinic we allow payment plans for our clients. There is also carecredit available. There are resources available on our website. JarrettsvilleVet.com. We list affordable options and also resource contacts to help people like you. Let me know if you find anyone so I can pass it along to the next person. Also Helping Hands in… Read more »

Krista Magnifico
3 months ago
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Sounds good. See you soon!

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Samantha | 4 months ago
Hi I Was Wondering What A Good Dog Food Is For Liver Problems My Dog Was …

Hi i was wondering what a good dog food is for liver problems my dog was diagnosed with a high liver enzyme and she cant digest regular dog food due to severe diarrhea so ive been making her food myself everyday i boil chicken, rice, parsley, carrots, cauliflower and mash it up and she loves it and we dont have any problems with diarrhea however it gets exhausting and becomes alot of work im looking for a new food that would be good for her even if its a perscription diet im sure i can get approval i love my dog and want whats best for her shes old shes around 12 years old, but yes we dont know whats caused her liver problems i think its old age i use to have her on casars wet dog food and she kept diarrhea and i tried a few other foods for her as well and had no luck i even tried grain free and that didnt help either its frustrating cause at one point she had diareah for a few weeks and i didnt know why i took her to our local hospital a few minutes away and they ran tests and gave her metronidazole finally when i took her off the food she stopped sorry for this long post i just wanted to give all the information to figure out the best food for my baby so i can orser it for her or if you know a brand i can buy over the counter thats good please let me know

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Sarah
3 months ago

Good morning- your vet should be able to provide you with a list of foods that will be a good choice.

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Samantha | 8 months ago
Hi I’m Messaging In Regards To My Aunt’s Dog Who Has Alot Of Blood …

Hi I’m messaging in regards to my aunt’s dog who has alot of blood and swelling coming from her vagina (I will also add a picture below) the problem is my aunt has covid-19 and isn’t allowed to leave her house the dog is still eating but BARELY and she is drinking TONS of WATER, my question is does this look like a regular heat cycle? I forgot to mention this dog is almost 9 years old and is a frenchie do you think this is something that is a emergency the problem is my aunt doesn’t want to expose anyone to the virus but if this is urgent I will go pick up and transport to vet myself

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Sarah
8 months ago

Good morning. Given that the dog is 9 and there is so much blood and swelling, and that the eating and drinking habits have drastically changed- I would call the vet and get her in right away. Best of luck 🐾

Sarah
8 months ago
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Please get this dog to a vet somehow. Perhaps someone can safely pick the dog up and bring her? I know our vet has protocol in place for bringing pets to to office.

Krista Magnifico
8 months ago

This pup needs a vet help!. Covid or not. Please seek vet help ASAP. An exam, blood work and xrays are needed. My fear is cancer, a hormone related issue. She needs help ASAP.

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8 months ago
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Hello I am not working today. Please call the clinic and ask if you could be fit in 419-692-6171. Tell then that you spoke to me on Pawbly and when you get there (we are doing curbside service so you won’t t be able to come in. Also tell then that you are on a budget. If they can’t fit you in today we have tomorrow available also. Walk ions 1-3. Keep me posted. I hope we can help.

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