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Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRedFan 

You're welcome! The Avian and Feline Hospital is open two evenings a week until 7:00 and on Saturday 9:00 - 12:00. See here - scroll down and the hours are on the left side:  http://www.avianandfelinehospital.com/


Ya know it says that on the website but when I called the receptionist said their last appt. is 5:30??? My girl is showing signs of improvement though!!! I had seen the first toe movement in her yesterday morning and even better this morning so I think things are going in the right direction for her!!!


did she eat something that would have caused posioning? i know mollasses can be used for botulism(spl ck)

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post #452 of 65626
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Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRedFan 
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Ya know it says that on the website but when I called the receptionist said their last appt. is 5:30??? My girl is showing signs of improvement though!!! I had seen the first toe movement in her yesterday morning and even better this morning so I think things are going in the right direction for her!!!


Very glad to hear she seems to be doing better - hope she gets well!


Is this hospital fairly priced?  How much do they charge for an office visit (besides whatever they charge for what's wrong with your baby)?


I never had my chicken treated at the Avian and Feline Hospital. We had our bunny and cockatiel treated there, and I don't honestly remember what an office visit for either cost. I'm sure they would be happy to give you prices if you called there. If you're looking for a chicken doc, I would recommend this one - Dr. Hall was great when we took my hen to him for bumblefoot treatment.     http://www.vcahospitals.com/smoketown/our-team/veterinarians.html

Happy chickens and honey bees to us all!
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post #453 of 65626
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Originally Posted by NewToFarming 
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Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRedFan 

You're welcome! The Avian and Feline Hospital is open two evenings a week until 7:00 and on Saturday 9:00 - 12:00. See here - scroll down and the hours are on the left side:  http://www.avianandfelinehospital.com/


Ya know it says that on the website but when I called the receptionist said their last appt. is 5:30??? My girl is showing signs of improvement though!!! I had seen the first toe movement in her yesterday morning and even better this morning so I think things are going in the right direction for her!!!


How is she doing today?? Better, I hope smile

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post #454 of 65626
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Originally Posted by NewToFarming 
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Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRedFan 

You're welcome! The Avian and Feline Hospital is open two evenings a week until 7:00 and on Saturday 9:00 - 12:00. See here - scroll down and the hours are on the left side:  http://www.avianandfelinehospital.com/


Ya know it says that on the website but when I called the receptionist said their last appt. is 5:30??? My girl is showing signs of improvement though!!! I had seen the first toe movement in her yesterday morning and even better this morning so I think things are going in the right direction for her!!!


How is she doing today?? Better, I hope smile


Thanks for thinking of us!. She is back up walking on her hocks when 3 days ago before I had seen the toe movement, her right leg would be extended out in front of her. So, I guess she is doing a little better??? I am continuing with adding an egg to moistened chick feed that has added vitamins to it. I hope she keeps recovering even if it is a little at a time because she is just the sweetest little girl!!! I don't know for sure what had happened to her but 2 weeks ago she was fine in the morning and when I got home that night her left leg was paralyzed and her Right leg was paralyzed by the next day. She is not sick in any way. Eating well, drinking well, poos are normal. None of my other chickens have any symptoms like this. I don't believe it is mareks at all and the only thing I could think it might be is  she might have been eating more than her fair share of scratch and has a vitamin deficiency.

Lisa
RIP Sweet Honey! My blind girl who didn't survive the flooding Sept. 2011. You will be very missed by all!!! Honey is my avatar.
Currently have NN's, brown leghorns, salmon favorelles, showgirls and more silkies than I can count!

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Lisa
RIP Sweet Honey! My blind girl who didn't survive the flooding Sept. 2011. You will be very missed by all!!! Honey is my avatar.
Currently have NN's, brown leghorns, salmon favorelles, showgirls and more silkies than I can count!

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Hi all!

Just popping in to let you know there is a western Pa swap planned for April 9.
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=466510

We are NPIP.


blog, Blog, BLOG: www.MuranoChickenFarm.com

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We are NPIP.


blog, Blog, BLOG: www.MuranoChickenFarm.com

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Hello from Southern York County!


Edited by Kaitie09 - 3/20/11 at 5:54am

Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it. - Anne Shirley

 

 

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Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it. - Anne Shirley

 

 

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post #457 of 65626

I live in New Ringgold, Schuylkill County Pa

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Is anyone om this thread(or maybe a friend) interested in starting in French Black Copper Marans?   celebrate I have decided to stay with Golden Salmon Marans and have a stunning FBCM rooster I raised from day old which needs a new home, or I have to put him in a  freezer. He is show quality from well-regarded Bryant line. Not real friendly, but if you want genetics, he's got them. Has especially nice tail set.  love  Would also be great to sire Easter Eggers.
PM me if interested,
Karen in Ligonier.


Edited by 3riverschick - 3/20/11 at 11:09pm

Walt Boese strain and Tewart flock of Pure English  Light Sussex

My flock now resides with Farmer Karl in PA.   

  I know he will do well by them. Karl is a knowing poultry man.

RIP Hellbender, my friend. Good friend, good heart, gone too soon.

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Walt Boese strain and Tewart flock of Pure English  Light Sussex

My flock now resides with Farmer Karl in PA.   

  I know he will do well by them. Karl is a knowing poultry man.

RIP Hellbender, my friend. Good friend, good heart, gone too soon.

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frow  SE PA  (Kennett Square area)

As a child, my Mother told me that happiness was the key to life. At school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down "happy". They told me I didn't understand the assignment; I told them they didn't understand life.
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As a child, my Mother told me that happiness was the key to life. At school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down "happy". They told me I didn't understand the assignment; I told them they didn't understand life.
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frow  SE PA  (Kennett Square area)


frow  from York County!   I love the little chicken in your avatar!

~ Julie ~


If Timmy had a German Shepherd he wouldn't have been in the well in the first place.

Ameraucanas, FBCMs, BOs, BLRW, EEs, bantam Cochins, Black Australorps, Speckled Sussex, Rhode Island Reds, White leghorns, and Bobwhite Quail.   1 Beagle, 2 German Shepherd Dogs, 1 cat, lots of honeybees,  2 grown daughters and a very handy and understanding husband!

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~ Julie ~


If Timmy had a German Shepherd he wouldn't have been in the well in the first place.

Ameraucanas, FBCMs, BOs, BLRW, EEs, bantam Cochins, Black Australorps, Speckled Sussex, Rhode Island Reds, White leghorns, and Bobwhite Quail.   1 Beagle, 2 German Shepherd Dogs, 1 cat, lots of honeybees,  2 grown daughters and a very handy and understanding husband!

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