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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Nifty-Chicken, Oct 19, 2012.
I hear you friend. You can do it. Let her zip!
Peek-a-boo. I see you!
Quote: Having dealt with a very recent loss of our sweet Golden boy, I'm worried about your Jazz. When he lost his appetite and I got him into the vet, she became very alarmed by the color of his gums because it indicated a serious problem for him.
I would not wait another moment to get your boy into the vet. Hopefully if treatment is needed you can begin right away and arrest what is ailing him. Best, positive thoughts for your Jazz.
And then there were two.
A black(?) or blue (?) production Rhode Island Red. Travis would need to explain the genetic coloration behind this one. I don't understand that stuff.
My neighbor found s dog that she thinks was dumped. She says he hasn't bothered her livestock. Let me know if you're interested.
It's nice hearing about stories with a happy ending!
I use Oxine all the time. There are a lot of uses for it. There's a good article about it on Shagbark Bantams' site. Google it.
Yes! If you're dog has pale gums it is an emergency!!! Could be caused by many things, but none of them are good. If your vet's not open, I would go to the emergency vet. I don't know where you are, but I really like Summit in Tacoma.
Itsren and ChickAudie, I'm glad your hatch is going well! Such cute babies!