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        07-27-2010, 03:42 PM
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    Green Broke
    Results of the vet visit

    Well, we had our scope on her nose today. He even let me look (*I do love veterinary medicine far too much not to have finished my schooling). The guttural pouches look great. There's some sinus drainage from in there, that's IT. So..another month on the uniprim and anihist he says. Went ahead and had her teeth checked and floated to make sure it wasn't that either.
    She has no wolf teeth...and the others are all dandy now..so we're good for a year he says.
    Let's pray that this does it...this is getting expensive.

    And...for those who read the other post, yes, let's begin to build that arc now, the rain is back.
         

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