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:bounce: . Don't know if I mentioned it but we have a few new vet recommendations that we are considering. Will let you all know how that goes.
Well...that's about it from the "House of Tippi"
Will post again soon!

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Quote:Originally posted by ricksconnected:
whats wrong with tippi ? i tend to get behind on things, sorry.
I believe she had been gaining weight and had other symptoms which pointed to possible atypical Cushings. She's on melatonin now, after going through lots of vet visits and tests.

Did I get that right Lora? /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/confused.gif

Great news Tippi....sounds like your summer is going to be active and happy! :thumbup:
 

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This is great news, Lora. Several people in my Cushings support group have been in contact with Dr. Oliver, and have the highest praise for him!
Sounds like you and Tippi are headed down the right track!! :happyhappy:
 

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I am glad that you are finding some piece of mind with the UT specialists.

also very glad that the melatonin is helping Tippi !!!

Thanks for the update and keep us posted !!
 

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:thumbup: Will keep you posted on her progress.

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Quote:Originally posted by Lora&Tippi:
.... The important thing is that Tippi seems so much better
Lora, please don't blame yourself; like you said, Tippi is feeling better!! You are a wonderful pet owner, and look at all you've done to find her problem!

Repeat after me: I will not "SHOULD" on myself today /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
 
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