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Well Will I be a Uncle today ??? I'm getting tried of this stuff - waiting that is - lol Maybe it's twins ! Or Triples ! Or Quads !
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I had that coughy stuff last winter on into the summer. I hope you didn't catch it from me.

First time I've ever coughed so much in one spasm that I didn't know if I would ever be able to breathe in again. And the spasms were pretty much non-stop.

Bronchitis for a month with EVERY cold is my style....I was told by my doc that that was a symptom of having "reactive airways" (which seems to be what they call asthma these days--except it seems like reactive airways is what they call it when they don't want to do the diagnostic tests, as far as I can tell).

So yeah, three different antibiotics (sequentially), two or three different inhaler types (one had steroids), OTC drugs and 4 months later, I finally got over the stuff. Better luck for you, I hope.
While the patients suffering from asthma shows certain specific signs and symptoms that are properly diagnosed, patient suffering from RAD does not.

Person suffering from reactive airway disease usually suffer from bronchial spasm and constriction when exposed to allergens such as pollen, smoke or food.

Whereas a person suffering from asthma can suffer from chronic conditions due to many other reasons like exercise, season change, strong emotions, etc.

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Tough day yesterday...Hoss has a best friend named Brutus.......they have play dates several times a week. His owner called me last night stating that his 8 year old Brutus started coughing over the last 2 days and he took him to the vet......then was referred to a specialist..he traveled to the specialist and was informed pup had serious fluid in his lungs and suggest putting him down.........the owner was in shock as 2 days ago Brutus was just fine.....he opted to give his dog a chance at life and instructed the vet to provide the only option her was offered (a shot ??) something to reduce the fluid build up but it looked real bad according to the specialist...Brutus seemed to not know where he was.....the owner described the dogs eyes just shifting all around...not really focusing on anything......so all of this was last night.....as of this AM ....Brutus is still resting.........
Again....this is not my dog Hoss....... but Hoss's best buddy and pal ....Brutus that's having all the issues......the vet says if he makes it through this which is doubtful he will need heart medications.........
Anyone ever had a dog pull through something like this ??? Almost sounds like congestive heart failure....fluid in the lungs and heart.........Y'all pray for Brutus please ...............and pray for Andy his Dobe dad to have the strength to deal with this.........

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I don't think that Mel believed me - as to the tropical storms we get here in Indiana : )) When Gordon comes to visit us - this will be our second tropical this year Alberto being the first - this is a ruff place to live

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Yes ....I was thinking last night and about where you live in conjunction with training classes for Mr. B.........here's what I was thinking......wouldn't it be great if someone did a weekly training post on DT ...........some of us are real good at this stuff......this someone could start with the most basic ...and then progress each week with something new..........hopefully someone has their ears on and might volunteer for this weekly thread .............when you think about it ...this is basically what is happening in training classes that we travel to....we are taught a few things......then sent home to practice all week......when we go to classes again the trainers reinforce the previous lessons....then add something new........anybody out there interested in this ...............hummmmmm?

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While the patients suffering from asthma shows certain specific signs and symptoms that are properly diagnosed, patient suffering from RAD does not.

Person suffering from reactive airway disease usually suffer from bronchial spasm and constriction when exposed to allergens such as pollen, smoke or food.

Whereas a person suffering from asthma can suffer from chronic conditions due to many other reasons like exercise, season change, strong emotions, etc.
Very interesting. According to those symptoms/definition, I have asthma. Very, very mild and intermittent, but exercise and cool/cold weather affect me; I haven't really noticed that pollens, pets, etc do. On that challenge test thing, my results were borderline.

But I also have food-dependent, exercise-induced urticaria --> twice anaphylaxis, so who knows? Immune systems are funny things.
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Yes ....I was thinking last night and about where you live in conjunction with training classes for Mr. B.........here's what I was thinking......wouldn't it be great if someone did a weekly training post on DT ...........some of us are real good at this stuff......this someone could start with the most basic ...and then progress each week with something new..........hopefully someone has their ears on and might volunteer for this weekly thread .............when you think about it ...this is basically what is happening in training classes that we travel to....we are taught a few things......then sent home to practice all week......when we go to classes again the trainers reinforce the previous lessons....then add something new........anybody out there interested in this ...............hummmmmm?

9/6 @ 10:48 Hoss's best buddy Brutus.....just talked with Andy (brutus Dad) he states at the hospital now...they took Brutus off oxygen....and they are in a treatment room waiting for the DOC to come in for their consultation. Brutus is on his feet .....walking all around.....alert ....and ready to go outside.......
so we are remaining hopeful.....again Hoss is fine...its his best buddy Brutus that is having heart issues....Echo done.... treatment taking place with cardio......keep praying...........

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Will do Di - Will Do ! I will tell you one thing - I think for the most part - Vets - and I will add - Most Vets - do not have a blanking cue about Dobermans ! They all tend to just write them off when they get critical ill - Yet these dogs may be the most resilient breed of all ! They are fighters and they don't want to die - reason ? They have to take care of us !

Come on Brutus - Were pulling for yeah !


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Aw Di -

Will be thinking of Hoss's buddy today. Hope everything turns out alright and he can stick around for a while, happy and healthy

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Will be thinking of Hoss's buddy today. Hope everything turns out alright and he can stick around for a while, happy and healthy
Isn't that the truth.....appears DCM /Doberman......they just want to put them down........science gives us options and I thank God for that ......anyway.....Brutus and his Dad was taking a short walk at noon today at the animal hospital......Andy - Brut's Dad was so full of joy at lunch ...thankful that he made right decision..... to give his boy a chance at life....such a stressful situation to be in we all know........so far getting fluid cleared .........then determine med's etc. They think Brut might be able to come home tomorrow.........whew !!!! keep praying folks..........Brut is such a sweetheart................real mellow dude........all dogs get one extra treat today in the name of Brutus !!!!! Please.

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Well the outer bands are starting to move in ! Surf is really come up here in the last hour !

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Yes ....I was thinking last night and about where you live in conjunction with training classes for Mr. B.........here's what I was thinking......wouldn't it be great if someone did a weekly training post on DT ...........some of us are real good at this stuff......this someone could start with the most basic ...and then progress each week with something new..........hopefully someone has their ears on and might volunteer for this weekly thread .............when you think about it ...this is basically what is happening in training classes that we travel to....we are taught a few things......then sent home to practice all week......when we go to classes again the trainers reinforce the previous lessons....then add something new........anybody out there interested in this ...............hummmmmm?
It's a good enough idea LadyDi except that DT has an entire forum devoted to training with multiple threads that provide a lot of information on how to train specific bits and pieces and multiple ideas about how best to train and/or what has worked for them in the past.

I've been training a variety of dogs (mostly Dobes for years and actually back in the very distant past apprenticed under a very talented trainer) but I do best with someone asking a question about HOW to get a dog to do this or that or how to start training for particular results.

I got to thinking about this recently when I was trying to find something I'd responded to back in 2008 or 2009 about teaching a dog to back up in heel position (it's an exercise first encountered in a class for Advanced Rally).

And then got to talking about it with my friend Nancy (she has shown most of my dog in Obedience, Rally and Agility for years--I train 'em and she practices with them for awhile until they are working for her and puts the titles on them. And we realized in the course of the conversation just how many trainers don't teach footwork they way it used to be universally trained. One of the simplest ways of cueing a dog for either staying or coming with you (that you'll never lose points for in competition) is to ALWAYS take the first step with your left foot if the dog is supposed to go with you (as in heeling) and ALWAYS take that first step with your right foot when the dog is supposed to stay (as in leaving in a sit or leaving to do a recall).

And it should properly go into the regular training forum rather than the chicken thread (or at least that's what I think) since a lot of people don't look at the CT but do check the training thread or health thread or whatever.

If someone comes up with a great training tip for that week and wanted to post it that would be fine too--but know I'm far better at taking a question and answering it with specifics on how to and when to than taking a topic and laying out a training plan.

What do you think?

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........since a lot of people don't look at the CT but do check the training thread or health thread or whatever.....
Their loss......they just don't know what they're missing.
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Their loss......they just don't know what they're missing.
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Umm...

Have I missed anything? I am still pulling an Aunt B and starting somewhere in the middle? I think?



Not to interrupt the current flow of this thread, but...

Do you really want me to let you all off the hook now and tell you? Or, do you want to wait until I pester Good John this weekend to post my subject?

What do you want, Peeps?

Crap!

11 days down, 1 to go... I am dragging... work is kicking my a$$.

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Good morning chickens! Still no sign of puppy....

Kenny - I'm getting rather impatient too!
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Your water hasn't broke yet?

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Someone throw in a popcorn icon.

I am so done, I didn't have the energy to conjure that up.

Are we taking bets on this happening?

If we do, and win... do we have to share our winnings with her?

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