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Old 12-19-2012, 08:59 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Good morning Marj

yes i did , I had contacted Dr. Center in the beginning of this ordeal spoke to her over the phone 2 times she believed at the time from all her blood work and ultrasound M.V.D. ... but Marj as expensive as it might sound I think I will raise the money which ever way and have the surgery , it is my belief and from the yahoo group that is her chance of leading a normal life , no meds , lactulose , etc...... i will look further into everything she is being medicaaly managed for now Neomycin, Lactulose , Sam-e , Milk Thistle and they added yesterday Mirtazaoine to increase her apetite which omg she has not stopped begging for food this morning but since she is limited to low protein cant give her all she wants ......
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Old 12-19-2012, 09:05 AM   #92 (permalink)
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yes i did , I had contacted Dr. Center in the beginning of this ordeal spoke to her over the phone 2 times she believed at the time from all her blood work and ultrasound M.V.D. ... but Marj as expensive as it might sound I think I will raise the money which ever way and have the surgery , it is my belief and from the yahoo group that is her chance of leading a normal life , no meds , lactulose , etc...... i will look further into everything she is being medicaaly managed for now Neomycin, Lactulose , Sam-e , Milk Thistle and they added yesterday Mirtazaoine to increase her apetite which omg she has not stopped begging for food this morning but since she is limited to low protein cant give her all she wants ......
I personally would value Dr. Center's opinion over those from lay people on a Yahoo group. If Becky were mine, I would definitely have the CT results sent to Dr. Center now that a shunt has been confirmed.
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Old 12-19-2012, 09:10 AM   #93 (permalink)
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Anna........I will try to help you out anyway I can!!!
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"But I do want to remind everyone of SM's Rules concerning raising money: Soliciting Charitable Donations:
Any time money is requested from SMís membership for a charitable donation, approval must be obtained from the forum administrator. Any money collected for a charity must go directly in to the charityís PayPal account and not to the individual spearheading the solicitation of donations. "


Lynn, please help me understand (as it's late and I'm beyond tired ). Would we (upon approval) be able to list items on the classifieds forum (not auction format just a plain old for sale) and have the buyer simply pay directly to the charitable paypal site? The shipping costs would have to be covered by the seller in this case. Might help raise a few extra dollars if folks could buy dresses, beds etc for their fluffs. Thanks for the help .
Bridget -- I'm sure that we can find a way to help Anna with Becky's expenses, but just didn't want anyone to start a "chip-in" fund and list it on here. We can certainly do something on a more private basis.
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:18 PM   #95 (permalink)
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:09 PM   #96 (permalink)
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I cant belive this im so grateful words cannot express .. how can i ever thank each and every one of you i dont know what to say , Thank you and God Bless each and everyone of you x0oxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxooxxoxooxooxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox oxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoooooooxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo xoxoxo


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We are all connected by our dogs............!!! animals make the world turn!!!!! so lets see what we can all come up with!! I tried to call you last night, I want to help you out Anna
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im so sorry Janene my daughter told me I had gone to pick up Becky and when i got home i had to feed her etc...... today i musr go grocerie shopping i mean its christmas and i got nothing ..... i will call you tomorrow xooxoxxoxoox
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How are you ? just before anything congrats on your beautiful dogs

I did e -mail one of the breeders Becky dad comes from top breeder that my breeder had purchased , she is much nicer and easier to talk to ... She is telling me that this is a freak of nature cannot be in her lines has been breeding for 25 years never had a shunt puppy , and that my breeder also never had a shunt puppy , so she proceeded to tell me that maybe the vets are after my money and to be careful that its a real diagnostic , are you kidding me they have no idea how sick this puppy has been since i got her !!!! vets all i dealt with yesterday were specialist ACVS qualified internal medicine , radiologist was ACVS also Ct Scan with angio gram and the surgeon i was refered to is also ACVS , how would these people all be conspiring to lie about diagnostic !!!!!! Anyhow after back and forth e-mails she did call my breeder they are friends and they agreed if indeed Becky has a shunt after surgery with a letter from surgeon confirming this surgery they would rembourse me what i paid for her and if she dies during surgery only with autopsy ..........so i paid 1800 $$$ for Becky i pray they honor their word and reimburse me atleast that for her surgery , it would cost 3500 but that is half of what i need do you think its a fair deal ????

Yes, definitely, that is a fair deal. You can't expect a breeder to cover all the expenses, esp since I'm sure it says in the contract that all vet expenses are the responsibility of the new owner. Refunding the purchase price is definitely a fair gesture.

The insistence there has never been a liver shunt and it 'cannot' be in their lines, I'm not sure how strongly i agree with. I have never had a puppy with a liver shunt but that does not make me a good breeder, it makes me a lucky breeder. I usually say I have never had a liver shunt yet because that is not something any breeder can guarantee. Even the most conscientious breeder can still have a puppy with a liver shunt and it does not make them a bad breeder. It's how they deal with the problem once it arises that demonstrates what kind of breeder they are. Refunding the purchase price is definitely a good gesture.

So sorry you are having to deal with all of this!!
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Yes, definitely, that is a fair deal. You can't expect a breeder to cover all the expenses, esp since I'm sure it says in the contract that all vet expenses are the responsibility of the new owner. Refunding the purchase price is definitely a fair gesture.

The insistence there has never been a liver shunt and it 'cannot' be in their lines, I'm not sure how strongly i agree with. I have never had a puppy with a liver shunt but that does not make me a good breeder, it makes me a lucky breeder. I usually say I have never had a liver shunt yet because that is not something any breeder can guarantee. Even the most conscientious breeder can still have a puppy with a liver shunt and it does not make them a bad breeder. It's how they deal with the problem once it arises that demonstrates what kind of breeder they are. Refunding the purchase price is definitely a good gesture.

So sorry you are having to deal with all of this!!

Hello there Stacey ,

of course i will take that over nothing but the whole after proof of surgery etc.... im not trying to scam anyone i gave them the number of internal medicine so they can verufy wtv they want i have nothing to hide
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