"alpha.bob©" wrote in message
> On Thu, 21 Jun 2007 21:49:26 -0400, "Angie" wrote:
>>"alpha.bob©" wrote in message
>>> On Thu, 21 Jun 2007 20:34:56 -0400, Dana©
>>>>Have any of you ever used this natural sedative for your dogs? Just
>>>>curious because vet visits are particularly stressful for us and this
>>>>Google "Rescue Remedy" and there is a lot of info about it online.
>>>>Ignorance is not a barrier to
>>> Should also be great for 'stressed out' owners ..... lol
>>> Bob & Trouble
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>>Just curious - but what about the visits are stressful????
> The BILL ..... lol
> Bob & Trouble
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LOL i had to take Dot today to get a little growth thingy removed from her
upper eye lid - it was irritating her eye - he had to put her under to do
it - only charged me 90 bucks and that included the meds too. I didnt think
that was all too bad, Had the hubby make me a little ramp out of plywood
and he put a piece of carpet on it - i lean it against the back of the Yukon
and she walks up and down it - I cant lift her anymore and this works
perfect!!!. I need to email you guys about the latest development with me -
i am awaiting a surgery date for the brain tumor..............
Dana if the part about the visit is stressful due to the trip, maybe try
short little trips that dont involve the vets office. Maybe drive a bit and
find a little area that you can walk around in and give em a treat etc. I
personally wouldnt give my dogs anything like that - but thats me - i try to
schedule our appts when the office is more quiet and less crowded also. My
vet also has another door that some enter if they need too. Also if all you
vet visits are for vaccines or other type of things that may make your dog
uneasy etc, you could maybe just go for a visit and have a tech or someone
offer them treats and do things that dont involve the medical type stuff.
just some ideas for you - not sure if will help or not.......... >> Stay informed about: Rescue Remedy