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All About Litter / Re: THE Litter Box!!
« Last post by AK49BWL on April 28, 2018, 12:38:01 PM »
Awesome, I'll have to order two when I get home. Thanks!
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Cat Chatter / Re: Kristen Lindsey DVM - Cat Killer
« Last post by Lola on April 28, 2018, 12:32:15 PM »
Snip...

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JUSTICE IS SERVED!
LINDSEY LOSES LEGAL BATTLE AGAINST VET BOARD

Exclusive Case Update from Tiger's Justice Team
Well, well, well, Kristen. First you kill a cat, then you brag about it, then you claim the cat was rabid, then you recant, then you get your license suspended, then you take the vet board to court, then you appeal the decision—AND NOW YOU GET YOUR COMEUPPANCE!
It's been a long time coming, but the news is sweet. Friends of Tiger have patiently waited for the Texas 3rd Court of Appeals to render a decision—and it is exactly what we were hoping for: AFFIRMED! The Court has affirmed District Court judgments in both cases Kristen Lindsey filed against the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. The rulings of the lower courts were upheld in their entirety, and Lindsey loses again.
Tiger's supporters will recall that Lindsey sued the vet board in 2016 and again in 2017, alleging that the board exceeded its authority in pursuing disciplinary actions against her veterinary license after she cruelly killed Tiger. District Court Judge Karin Crump ruled against Lindsey in both cases, which the notorious “cat killer vet” then appealed.
The Courts have had enough. In an affirmation rendered on April 27, 2018, the 3rd COA Justices wrote:
“Having reviewed the record and the parties’ arguments, the Court holds that there was no reversible error in the trial court’s judgment. Therefore, the Court affirms the trial court’s judgment. The appellant [Lindsey] shall pay all costs relating to this appeal, both in this Court and in the court below.”
That's right, friends. Kristen Lindsey now owes costs to two Texas courts for her asinine lawsuits AND both appeals. Several years ago, Lindsey stated in her blog “Life Writings from the Lazy Boot” that if her veterinary career didn't pan out, she would “attempt to marry someone rich.” After sabotaging Plan A by remorselessly killing Tiger and antagonizing a professional licensing board and animal lovers worldwide, will she move on to Plan B? With civil court costs x4 (not to mention the legal bills for her DWI) hanging over her head, she'll need a sugar daddy with very deep pockets indeed to implement Plan B.


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GENERAL DOG CARE / Re: Nail Trimming
« Last post by DeeDee on April 28, 2018, 12:13:05 PM »
They're active mostly on grassy hills. We get on the road SOME, but not enough to grind down nails.
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GENERAL DOG CARE / Re: Nail Trimming
« Last post by Lola on April 28, 2018, 11:54:52 AM »
I trim them a little every 3 weeks.

WOW... and your dogs are active! 
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Dog Chatter / Re: Misa - Learning To Trust Humans
« Last post by Lola on April 28, 2018, 11:47:58 AM »
I have a pet Dremmel.  That is what I used on Lacy.  Just the noise of it, sets Misa off. 
Joanne had all kinds of different apparatus thingies.  It is difficult to explain, but ... none of it was happening... and not due to Joanne's skills.  I'm not saying the nails couldn't have been trimmed at ALL cost.  That isn't what either of us wanted though. 
My "dream" is... Misa will get used to the idea.  It just will take some time.
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GENERAL DOG CARE / Re: Nail Trimming
« Last post by DeeDee on April 28, 2018, 11:43:55 AM »
I trim them a little every 3 weeks.
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GENERAL DOG CARE / Nail Trimming
« Last post by Lola on April 28, 2018, 11:42:37 AM »
DeeDee,
Your dogs are fed raw.  How often do you trim their nails?  What is the norm?
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Dog Chatter / Re: Misa - Learning To Trust Humans
« Last post by DeeDee on April 28, 2018, 11:41:55 AM »
I realize she's non-compliant as of now, but if you could manage to get her used to one of these, you could use it every week and then not need actual cutting of the nails:


https://www.petco.com/shop/en/petcostore/product/furminator-nail-grinder-for-dogs

Then there's always these slings:

https://drwoofmeow.myshopify.com
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Dog Chatter / Re: Misa - Learning To Trust Humans
« Last post by Lola on April 28, 2018, 11:32:43 AM »
I assume Misa's activity level will increase as she gets more comfortable... running, playing, etc.  Time will tell. I worry about her not being very active, but... one step at a time.

I'll probably have Joanne come back in 4 weeks for a slight trim.  Misa's nails were trimmed pretty good, but they were long ... so the quicks are also.  I think the norm is every 6 weeks, but feeding raw... whole new ballgame.  I trimmed Lacy's nails a little every week.  A little trimming is what worked for her and me. 

Joanne IS amazing!  I was actually kinda happy (lack of a better word) when she wasn't able to trim Misa's nails, the first time.  To me... that meant she was aware of Misa's limits and her own.  It isn't just a business for her... it is also about the dog. 

As far as how Misa is doing.  She amazes us every day. 
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All About Litter / Re: Pretty Litter
« Last post by Middle Child on April 28, 2018, 10:44:06 AM »
Well you can buy the additive instead if you want to go that route. :)

https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Health-Monthly-Monitor-Crystal/dp/B00AYT9ZXK
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