Re: [MOL] Beav! [00390] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Beav!



My Blueberry has some kind of an infection.  We took her to the Vet and I
think she needs to go back.  She is breaking out in these huge blisters, the
substance inside is clear.  Her one paw has so many it had tripled in size.
That is the worse location, the rest are more speratic, had them around her
mouth also.  Have you ever seen anything like this?  Do you know a trick of
the trade that would help her?  Glad to see you back on line pal, your
friend, lillian


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----- Original Message -----
From: <beav76@uswest.net>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2000 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Beav!


> Hi Lillian;
>     Back on line today, what a mess this last week was with moving into a
guest
> apt.. There is so much extra stuff on account of my husband's illness to
move
> over it was very stressful. Still getting everything back in place today
but
> took a break and set com. back up. I owned a great dane one time and I
know how
> it hurts when they hit you with their tail. It's the only breed I know
that I
> have seen that can instill pain with their tail. I rescued this dane and
only
> kept him til I found him a better home for I could not keep him. He was
> hugggge!!  He could look in the sinks and also on the stove to see what
was
> cooking. They are such an intelligent animal. He couldn't wait until I
would get
> up from my chair and steal it. I am still reading e-mail to catch up on
what's
> been happening this last week. We are still in the process of passing the
> protocol for this new study. It's a very complicated combing process that
they
> do to make sure all patients are exactly what the sponser is looking for.
Nail
> biting time!!!!  Talk to you later,   Your friend,    Beav
>
> Lillian wrote:
>
> > Blueberry's ears are not cropped (they are getting away from that for
this
> > breed) and her tail is not cropped.  Wished it had been as she wags it
so
> > much and it feels like a whip hitting you.  I have felt many a dogs
tails
> > hitting me; but never one that can hurt you.  We do get her nails
clipped;
> > as they grow extremely fast.  She is mostly an inside dog and I think
the
> > fact that she's not walking and running on cement has something to do
with
> > needing to clip her nails.  She sometimes chews her nails; but I don't
> > believe that is because they need clipping, I think she has a nail
biting
> > habit. She has knuckles in her paws; which I also have not seen before
and
> > she uses her paws more in a way that a human uses their hand.  I should
have
> > called her "Baby", she is spoiled like a baby....your friend, lillian
> >
> > PS:  The best day of researching will be when they have found the cure
for
> > cancer, for all cancers. Thank you for the compliment.
> >
> > We invite you to take a look at our Album.
> > www.angelfire.com/sc/molangels/index.html
> >
> >   ( Very informational, good tips, Molers pictures, art work and much
> > more....
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: <beav76@uswest.net>
> > To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
> > Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2000 1:45 PM
> > Subject: Re: [MOL] Beav!
> >
> > > Lillian;
> > >     Blueberry might be strange but it's not because of her dew claws!!
> > > LOL....Every dog I know is born with them it's just that some breeders
> > remove
> > > them when they are pups before weaning, dew claws, tails and ears
cropped
> > if
> > > their breed requires that. So some dogs when people get them as pups
have
> > dew
> > > claws already removed......It's no big deal, I don't know why they
began
> > > removing them in the first place. I know some people think they can
get
> > caught
> > > on something which could tear them. I look at it as they are born with
> > them so
> > > why remove them. I just keep them the claw trimmed. I have seen some
dogs
> > chew
> > > on their own nails as if pruning them.......Talk to you
later......Beav
> > >
> > > Lillian wrote:
> > >
> > > > I do not believe my Great Dane Dog as dew claws, are their other
breeds
> > of
> > > > dogs that don't have dew claws?  Or is my Blueberry a strange one?
> > Thanks,
> > > > lillian
> > > >
> > >
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