Thank you for everything! I work with somedays 30 plus dogs at once and I have adults that can not wait to run over and eat it before it has even hit the ground. YUCK! I mean the other dog is doing her business and this overweight lab is eating it right away...Thanks again...I will add a note to his chart for the owner.
I'll go find it and take a look. Thanks for the heads up! I'm sorry it took so long for me to respond to this note, but I haven't been getting my notifications that I even HAVE messages lately so I don't see my messages or notes unless I actually remember to physically go and look for them. I'll have to let the mods know so they can fix this because it's VERY inconvenient for people to be trying to get me and I have no idea that they're looking for me. Sorry again for the lapse in time.
Hi Karla. Thanks for bringing this post to my attention. Another heart-breaking kidney failure post. I have replied of course, and I hope I have encouraged them gently to get their dog the help she so desperately needs. All the best, Tony
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