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RE: Panacur for Sav Monitor

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Posted by: FR at Thu Jun 6 11:16:51 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Most of what you said, is not valuable to helping your monitor. Please try and understand, most of what you said is based on your prejudices and whats important to you. NOT YOUR MONITOR.

The important part of taking an animal to the vet is, THE VET SEEING THE ANIMAL, which means, not listening to the stuff the owner says. In most cases, vets and docs, listen with a large filter to the people envolved. They generally have "odd" ideas.

In your case, based on what you say, and what I can figure out. You simply want to treat it for parasites. Even thought parasites are a normal and possibly important part of their lifes.

One paragraph on this subject. In nature, all individuals grow quickly, if food is available, and strong, and reproduce, and all have many types of parasites. In captivity, there is a 99% failure rate and most have their parasites eliminated, yet still fail. hmmmmmmmmmmmm Math, algebra, would say, its not the parasites. In fact, simple logic would say, parasites may be important, as it is with so many other animals.

Back to inspecting the animal. The reason you see a vet is, to find the problem. Period, does it have a parasite problem, you know, an un-natural load based on very stressful conditions. Or, does it have kidney damage based on the dehydrating conditions you described.

So, if you treat for parasites, whether its needed or not, how would that effect damaged kidneys??????? hmmmmmmmmmm seems to be your trying to kill off your monitor if you do this.

There are good vets and poor vets, just like in every other discipline. Your task is to find a good one. Then if your so inclined to think your a vet, learn from that vet.continued


   

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