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How start new thread?

I need to start a thread about a medical problem my dog has. How do I do that? I need to see if anyone else has gone through this! Please help me....thanks!
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-23-2009, 11:51 AM
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....you follow the same steps you just did....but using a different title....

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You have just started a thread.LOL

If it is a medical problem,just post on the relevent forum ie Health,good luck and hope you get help with your problem.
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Click into the health section of the forum (from the main page that shows all the different topics. And then do the same thing you just did..click on the "new thread" button.

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Blown Knee, ACL and Meniscus Torn:
My Gwen, sister to Rosie, Fran the moderator's dog blew her knee out today. Gwen is just 3 and has been on and off Soloxine for 2 years. Today she was playing with her brother in the yard, watching them as usual, heard the worst YELP of my life and knew that she
was terribly hurt. Sedated her at the vets, joint popping in and out xrays, labs, fentanyl
patch, rimadyl. Of course my vet was off for the weekend and one his associates saw and diagnosed this. My question to any of you who have experienced this, the preliminary recommendation is extra capsular repair??? VS TPLO.
If anyone has had their beloveds go through this I would appreciate your help.
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Blown Knee, ACL and Meniscus Torn:
My Gwen, sister to Rosie, Fran the moderator's dog blew her knee out today. Gwen is just 3 and has been on and off Soloxine for 2 years. Today she was playing with her brother in the yard, watching them as usual, heard the worst YELP of my life and knew that she
was terribly hurt. Sedated her at the vets, joint popping in and out xrays, labs, fentanyl
patch, rimadyl. Of course my vet was off for the weekend and one his associates saw and diagnosed this. My question to any of you who have experienced this, the preliminary recommendation is extra capsular repair??? VS TPLO.
If anyone has had their beloveds go through this I would appreciate your help.

Rose,

I will try to move this post so it gets seen. I'm so sorry for Gwen and her injury.

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Thanks Fran, I am a stupid frantic mother who cannot post correctly to even ask for help.
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looking for reputable breeders near NYC

I am looking to purchase a GR puppy for my son. We have been researching area breeders and it is hard to figure out who is reputable, etc. If you have had a good experience with a GR you purchased from a nearby breeder without health issues and living to a good age, please share where you got the dog. Very much appreciated!!!
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I'm in the same boat as you!

My husband I and are looking for English GR and are having a hard time finding reputable breeders in the Maryland area? Any ideas? Anyone?
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