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Posted: 12/31/2015 3:43:15 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/31/2015 3:44:14 PM EDT by 80FL]
There was a thread here a bit ago that reminded me to do a PSA.

My Dog (dag for those of you in Rio Linda), had what appeared to be a stroke almost two weeks ago.

Thread here:  http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_1_5/1819399_What_an_AWESOME_CHRISTMAS_PRESENT____Dag_related_Christmas_Update___3_in_OP.html

I have no idea if I properly hotlinked or not.

Anyway, Max had what appeared to be a stroke.  He was within 1/2 hour of being put down. Thanks to a poster here I looked into
Vestibular Disease.  Look it up if you have an old dog who appears to have had a stroke.

Here I am, nearly 2 weeks later, and Max is at 95%.  Read the thread if you want all of the details.


ETA:  Looks like I didn't hot link it.  If somebody could do that for me, I'd appreciate it.  This is important for old Dog owners.

Link Posted: 12/31/2015 4:44:06 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 80FL:


There was a thread here a bit ago that reminded me to do a PSA.



My Dog (dag for those of you in Rio Linda), had what appeared to be a stroke almost two weeks ago.



Thread here:  http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_1_5/1819399_What_an_AWESOME_CHRISTMAS_PRESENT____Dag_related_Christmas_Update___3_in_OP.html
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I have no idea if I properly hotlinked or not.



Anyway, Max had what appeared to be a stroke.  He was within 1/2 hour of being put down. Thanks to a poster here I looked into

Vestibular Disease.  Look it up if you have an old dog who appears to have had a stroke.



Here I am, nearly 2 weeks later, and Max is at 95%.  Read the thread if you want all of the details.





ETA:  Looks like I didn't hot link it.  If somebody could do that for me, I'd appreciate it.  This is important for old Dog owners.



View Quote




 
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