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About HoundHeavenAZ

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  1. Actually, yes! I have some greyt friends from AZ that will be joining us. Can't wait!
  2. Thanks. There are two groups it seems. I reached out before the move to one of them -- someone handed it off to someone else who then promptly ignored it. Hence the GT request Waving at you from across the state line, Jody
  3. We recently moved to the area and would love to connect with any greys or their folks nearby Cheers - Leah, Jimmie, Geno, Eeyore, Magoo and Mom
  4. Will be relocating to TN soon and I would appreciate any advice regarding flea/tick preventives. I have just looked up NexGard and their FAQ states "Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures." I have two that fit the bill and would love to hear what others with similar concerns use. We have not needed to use any preventative in AZ. Naturally my Vet just left town on vacation, I will check with her in a couple of weeks. Also -- have you had any success with the ant/flea treatments for yards? My son says he's been treating the yards for a couple of years and hasn't seen any pests on their dogs. Thanks for your help. Jody
  5. Good to know about the UT school --- I'll definitely keep that in mind!
  6. Yikes-- that sounds so grim. I've spoken to one in the area that does actually have grey clients so that's a starting point at least. I'm quite familiar with the conditions of each of mine and will thankfully retain a lifeline to our former vet. I hope it works out but I won't hesitate to keep interviewing if I feel the need. Speaking out for my hounds is NOT a problem Thanks for your advice, I respect your opinion.
  7. Can anyone recommend a greyhound savvy vet in the Harriman area? I have 2 seizure boys and a 13 year old that I care deeply about Oh, and the dopey 2 year old too. Thanks - Jody
  8. Jimmie has been getting 64.8 morning and night along with potassium bromide and keppra for years. He gets thirsty, but not sloppy or drunk. Then he takes giant naps anyway so I honestly can't detect a reduction in energy My vet has treated 3 epileptic greyhounds for me and is not hesitant to refer us to a neuro doc in the PhX metro area. We go to Celeste Flannery, Airpark Animal Hospital in Cottonwood. I'm sure she'd be happy to give you some contact info -- tell her Jimmie sent you Happy to talk about it if you'd like. Jody
  9. One additional note: the guard kitty is not "with kittens" after all! Now she can retire
  10. The guard kitty has been adopted by our group's founder, a vet who just discovered that the little kitty will be delivering other little kitties soon. Speedo's new Mom already has a big fluffy kitty and a bonus guinea pig which he is a little afraid of Night 1 status report: uneventful and quiet
  11. Took Speedo along to an adoption event in Flagstaff yesterday and he found his new Mom ! I sure will miss him, but I think they're going to be very happy together https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-II5Es8MV6Xk/V5PY1mo1ZTI/AAAAAAAAOE8/TJwaOPMr-HQp2Si3PaWV7KKcaJXjGO06ACCo/s576/20160723_134815.jpg
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