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Old February 25th, 2013, 06:15 PM
goldiesplash goldiesplash is offline
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Originally Posted by MaxaLisa View Post
I would get a copy of the blood results and look at them closely, for anything near the edges of the normal ranges. I have seen abnormal results that the vet has dismissed, many times on the forums and with my dogs
MaxaLisa, Thank you for your comment again. I got a copy of the blood results and it seems to be in the normal range as long as I can tell.

I never knew there are chiropractic care for dogs. Very interesting. My dog probably has an internal issue since his stool are still loose with some bloody mucus. I'll do more research on a tick panel too.
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