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Tracey

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  • Birthday 09/15/2006

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  1. Lots of greyt items available to help the hounds. Most with no or low bids as of today. Auction runs until May 20 at noon PST. https://www.facebook.com/GPALV-Spring-Auction-100779532126101
  2. 7, 13, and 12.5. Three out of the four we've lost passed from osteo.
  3. No, it's not. I started giving CBD for Buttercup's epilepsy at my vet's advice (in addition to the prescription drugs she's on). There's a vet named Dr. Robert Silver who practices in Colorado where marijuana is legal. He 's written extensively about medical marijuana for both dogs and cats. He's published guidelines for administering CBD both with and without significant amounts of THC and it's what I've relied on when giving it to Buttercup. There CAN be adverse effects to giving too MUCH THC, so you DO need to be careful about the dosing, however. I should mention, also, that I live in Ne
  4. How awful. I'm so sorry for your loss.
  5. How awful. I can't even imagine what you must be feeling. I am so very sorry for your loss.
  6. Maybe ask your vet about mirtazapine? Chase had congestive heart failure and other issues and every day was a struggle to get calories into him until we put him on mirtazapine. It took about 4 days to kick in, but after that he never really turned down anything for the last 21 months of his life.
  7. So, I can't speak to all your questions, but I CAN recommend a consult with Dr. Couto. Our boy Chase had a megaesophagus and when our vet couldn't figure out why we switched vets. She recommended testing his thyroid and we sent the results to Dr. Couto for a second opinion. Chase's results came back so low they almost didn't register. And Dr. Couto was skeptical at first because he told us in all his years of practicing he'd only seen about four Greys that were truly hypothyroid. Turns out Chase was one of them. In his case, the meds put his megaesophagus in total remission for the rest of
  8. I am so sorry for your loss.
  9. I am so sorry for your loss.
  10. Yes, this happened to our boy Chase. He would shed in crazy clumps. I had never seen anything like it. When he was done shedding his coat came in really nice and soft. It happened once or twice a year for the two years he was on it until he passed last month.
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