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Date: 2010-07-20 15:55
Subject: Results in from Dr. G
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Not Dr. G who does autopsies, Dr. G the veterinarian. Hamish's blood sugar is a tiny bit high (152 where 150 is considered the top end of the normal range) but everything else came back as perfectly normal. We're to keep giving him Metronidazole twice a day until his tummy settles down.

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User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2010-07-21 16:08 (UTC)
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Dr. G the pathologist is one of my favorite people to watch on tv, so she's the first Dr. G that comes to my mind too. Considering her show's been on a while and seems fairly popular, I'm not sure the staff at the animal hospital are wise to refer to their Dr. G that way. When I told Jebra I'd spoken with Dr. G about Hamish, his eyes got huge and he looked really worried. I had to reassure him I meant the one at the animal hospital and that having to talk with her didn't automatically mean whatever Hamish has/had is fatal.
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lady Infidel
User: ladyinfidel
Date: 2010-07-21 12:19 (UTC)
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good! i hope he handles that better than I did when I was on it!
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User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2010-07-21 16:10 (UTC)
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I hope so, but he sure doesn't like having that stuff squirted into his mouth. This morning more of it went down Jebra's arm than went into the little guy. I am not looking forward to this weekend when I have to try to medicate him all by myself. (Jebra's going to work security at some Con out in Pennsylvania.)
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mbumby: scrapbook
User: mbumby
Date: 2010-08-01 23:21 (UTC)
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Hope he gets "better enough" soon. Me, I'm glad it's a squirt in the mouth, and not a required injection twice a day. BTDT. (Thankfully on someone else's cat... but still.)
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