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    Dog #1 Cougar, 12 yr old, white/tan intact Sheppard approximately 85 lbs, raw fed diet with 3 mm anal tumor above anus and arthritis.

    Hi Laura, and welcome to HA! Thanks for making your first post. Has Cougar's BEAM been changing since you returned from VT? Did it change when you started the 3 new supplements? Has he had any licking his butt, scooting or otherwise showing problems from his 3mm perianal tumor? Do you have an...
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    Dog losing control of back legs

    Hi Sarah, welcome to HA! and thanks for making your first post. I'm sorry to hear about your pup's leg weakness and decreased appetite and BEAM. :confused: It would be great to get more context (see the posting guide above) but this is a super important topic so I'd like to reply in broader...
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    Vomiting with hair in it

    Thanks Hannah for sharing about Moses' vomiting. Yes, the excess grooming is likely to be related to the large amount of hair building up. In addition to the Nordic Naturals and Now enzymes, you may want to add some papaya enzymes (which you can also get from NOW) to help digest and dissolve...
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    Pancreatitis in cats

    1. Yes, Nom Nom probiotics are fine for now (rotate brands over the next few months). Thanks to your post I just learned that this probiotic even contains some of the unique (well, I thought they were not found in other probiotics) strains! 2. Yes, pancreatitis can be triggered by fatty foods...
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    New kitten

    What does Chad do? It might be best now to separate them. For now.
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    Mast Cell Tumor Treatment and Torigen Vaccination for Healey the 3 Legged Golden Retriever

    Grade 2 with no mitotic figures. Low malignant potential. 👍 narrow margins. The biopsy doesn’t really change the holistic approach. It does however tell us to be sure and do everything possible to optimize his vitality and balance
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    Banjo Cruciate Ligament

    How about checking with a dog PT expert about their experience with braces in Corgis? Try emailing Dr. Deb and see what she says (tell her that you work with HA!): https://www.wizardofpaws.net/deborah-torraca/
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    New kitten

    OMG, Chad is too cute and sweet-looking!🐻 Thank you so much for rescuing him Jennie. What a horrific start he had but boy is he a lucky fellow. Please also thank your husband's friend for me.🙏 Primal would be my choice of food, but let's see what cat experts @Dr. Jean and @robinafolson say...
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    Pancreatitis in cats

    Great that she is home to heal! Yes, it's OK to feed raw while on anti-biotics. Yes, she would benefit from a few months of rotating probiotics starting now. All of the vets, and many of the pet parents, here have lots of experience with pancreatitis. My own 14 year young 5 lb. kitty got a...
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    Feline Asthma 6 year old feline Sir Frederick

    Hey Sharon- Did you have other questions in addition to what we discussed on Monday? Regarding his Jan. labwork, it is definitely compatible with asthma or another allergic manifestation. It looks good but this urine is quite dilute. Is he a big water drinker? Also, sorry that I didn't see...
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    Mast Cell Tumor Treatment and Torigen Vaccination for Healey the 3 Legged Golden Retriever

    I believe that they then can't do it as they need the tumor. I thought Dr, Robb had mentioned it to you? Anyway, no worries as there are more curative things to do now. Like vitality building and balancing! Torigen (like most conventional approaches) is palliative, not curative.
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    Cognitive changes

    Hi Lil- You might see a big improvement just by doubling his sniffing and playing more of the hunt for treats game. Also, Cholodin is useful for cognitive changes: https://germanshepherdhome.net/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/340803/Canine_dementia:_Cholodin_&...
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    Dog with pancreatitis, meningitis, lower back issues; had diarrhea and vomited blood

    Thanks for sharing this great info. Ashley! It looks good overall. However, and as you know all too well, normal diagnostic test results don't correlate with Boo's quality of life. Her difficulty gaining weight is one example. This may actually be the fundamental issue. As she improves...
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    Cat with mucus in nose

    Cool (what potency did you give?)! Please let us know Edwin how Smudge responds.
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