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 on: Today at 10:49:03 AM 
Started by billyD - Last post by billyD
Here is an update on a post here by Fizzy1 six years ago (March 11 2013) on a idea called The Yellow Dog Project.

Here's where it has progressed to

The Yellow Dog Project has now made its mark in 45 countries, and educational materials have been translated into 12 languages.

Fans are calling it “brilliant” and “the best thing to happen since the invention of the leash!”

Anyone who has ever had a sick, unsocial or elderly dog will love The Yellow Dog Project, a global movement for parents of dogs that need space.

The concept behind it is quite simple: If you see a dog with a yellow ribbon or other items tied to its leash, that signifies a dog who needs space.

You should not attempt to pet the dog or bring your own dog over for a greeting.

All the latest details here withs a link to the Yellow Dog Project

https://www.care2.com/causes/what-to-do-if-you-see-a-yellow-ribbon-on-a-dogs-leash.html

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 on: March 19, 2019, 12:21:55 PM 
Started by ranger - Last post by Mandycat
A high WBC usually indicates an infection.  Has a urine culture been done for a UTI?  If there is no UTI, there could be an infection somewhere else.  Perhaps something in the GI system?  Do what testing you can do to rule out a specific source of an infection, starting with the urine culture (which is the most obvious possibility), then try an antibiotic to get anything that has not been discovered and maybe the WBC levels will decrease with the infection being resolved. 

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 on: March 19, 2019, 05:45:18 AM 
Started by ranger - Last post by ranger
So Sam 15 has been on methimazole for less than a year but on January bloodwork had wbc and in March  again high. He paces, he pees on stuff and vet suggested putting him back on prozac. He was on before for peeing.

I am torn because it's hard to keep weight up even though the hyper-t is in the normal range. And this still does not address the wbc. She did suggest x-rays and/or ultra sound but he would to be put under for those. She did suggest antibiotics.

Anyone ever have anything like this?

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 on: March 18, 2019, 04:53:05 AM 
Started by NedF - Last post by Meowli
Happy Birthday Smoggy!

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 on: March 17, 2019, 08:51:09 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by GKit
Happy Birthday, Smogster! Maybe the tooth fairy will bring treats!

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 on: March 17, 2019, 06:30:44 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by alek0
Better to have two less teeth than too much toothache  Wink

Happy birthday Smoggy!

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 on: March 17, 2019, 06:29:47 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by alek0
Hopefully Smoggy will feel better soon.

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 on: March 17, 2019, 05:26:34 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by Mandycat
Happy 9th Birthday, Smoggy!   Kiss   Kiss

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 on: March 17, 2019, 02:31:09 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by NedF
Happy 9th Birthday Smoggy! Sorry you had to celebrate with two less teeth!  Kiss Kiss

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 on: March 15, 2019, 04:38:55 PM 
Started by NedF - Last post by GKit
 Kiss Smoggy!  It’s nice that Stormy and Haboob are being respectful and giving him space.

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