At the risk of stirring things up, I think the "exchange of methods" is one of the things that worries me.
I for one will not offer medical advice as I am not a "qualified" vet, technician etc. If you (or anyone for that matter), nothing personal "V. aw" chooses to offer treatment advice, you must qualify your statement perhaps with a by-line..........."this is what works for me" or what have you.
We must be very careful dispensing treatment advice.
Starting with clean, healthy animals and using proper husbandry methods will eliminate 99 44/100% of health problems in the first place.
:eb: Scotty Allen :eb:
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