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Old 12-21-2009, 10:14 AM
 
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
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Old 01-16-2010, 12:25 PM
 
Location: Warren, Ohio
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This is my 1st time here. Was looking for more info on laser therapy. I am scheduled to take my chocolate lab in on Monday to start the therapy. He will get 6 treatments to start with, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for 2 weeks. Then we will go from there. It is going to cost $32.00 a treatment. I just paid $90.90 for 30 Previcox and with 3/4 of one of them a day, and 1 1/2 tramadol twice a day plus missing link on his food, he is still limping. He has arthritis in his shoulder, and I found out a few weeks ago it is in his spine now.
I just got him and his partner, a beautiful yellow lab, from a shelter less than 8 months ago. I found them on petfinders a few weeks after I lost my 14 year old yellow lab mix. They were named Mac and Cheese. They guessed their ages at 10-12 years old. They are incredible, and along with the 14 year old black lab mix I also got last year, are worth everything I can do to make them have a good life, no matter what I have to do.
I am so excited to try this on him and I will post again after we get the 6 visits in. The vet's office said sometimes there is a difference in the 2nd or 3rd therapy.
Candy
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Old 06-12-2010, 06:02 AM
 
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:27 PM
 
Location: a nation with hope
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This is my 1st time here. Was looking for more info on laser therapy. I am scheduled to take my chocolate lab in on Monday to start the therapy. He will get 6 treatments to start with, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for 2 weeks. Then we will go from there. It is going to cost $32.00 a treatment. I just paid $90.90 for 30 Previcox and with 3/4 of one of them a day, and 1 1/2 tramadol twice a day plus missing link on his food, he is still limping. He has arthritis in his shoulder, and I found out a few weeks ago it is in his spine now.
I just got him and his partner, a beautiful yellow lab, from a shelter less than 8 months ago. I found them on petfinders a few weeks after I lost my 14 year old yellow lab mix. They were named Mac and Cheese. They guessed their ages at 10-12 years old. They are incredible, and along with the 14 year old black lab mix I also got last year, are worth everything I can do to make them have a good life, no matter what I have to do.
I am so excited to try this on him and I will post again after we get the 6 visits in. The vet's office said sometimes there is a difference in the 2nd or 3rd therapy.
Candy
Any updates, Candy? How is he doing? You are wonderful to adopt these dogs and take such good care of them. The names, Mac and Cheese, are so cute!
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:10 AM
 
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Yep. I just found that my post was deleted also, but I never got an email to that effect and didn't know until today. Funny business, this moderator stuff. I don't even know what I wrote that was so wrong.
Read the TOS. There are rules that you agreed to follow for posting on this forum. If your post was just to advertise a product or service, it will be deleted or the part that is advertising will be edited out. If your post is hassassing, rude or inflammitory, it will be deleted. When you notice a post is gone and you don't know why. DM the MOD. They are very nice people and will explain to you what you did wrong. Easiest way to be sure not to have anything deleted is to read the TOS so you will know what you can and cannot do. I'm not a Mod but respect how hard the volunteer job that they do really is.
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Old 08-20-2012, 07:31 AM
 
Location: a nation with hope
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Read the TOS. There are rules that you agreed to follow for posting on this forum. If your post was just to advertise a product or service, it will be deleted or the part that is advertising will be edited out. If your post is hassassing, rude or inflammitory, it will be deleted. When you notice a post is gone and you don't know why. DM the MOD. They are very nice people and will explain to you what you did wrong. Easiest way to be sure not to have anything deleted is to read the TOS so you will know what you can and cannot do. I'm not a Mod but respect how hard the volunteer job that they do really is.
It appears one has to have 10 posts before one can make a recommendation. Strange requirement. I thought personal experience and wanting to help by sharing it would be more important. Anybody can get to 10 posts just by trolling.

I don't consider recommendations to be advertising, as I don't benefit from it in any way. When someone asks for help or advice, I take it seriously, consider it thoughtfully, and offer, if I have suggestions. If not, I let it go and read others'.

I tried to contact the mod. Don't know where to find her/him. I don't like to violate TOS and if it happens, it happens by accident.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:09 AM
 
Location: zone 5
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It appears one has to have 10 posts before one can make a recommendation. Strange requirement. I thought personal experience and wanting to help by sharing it would be more important. Anybody can get to 10 posts just by trolling.

I don't consider recommendations to be advertising, as I don't benefit from it in any way. When someone asks for help or advice, I take it seriously, consider it thoughtfully, and offer, if I have suggestions. If not, I let it go and read others'.

I tried to contact the mod. Don't know where to find her/him. I don't like to violate TOS and if it happens, it happens by accident.
SB, I think the problem is that someone with one post, or very few, usually isn't a person sharing something they found, but a paid employee of the company they're linking to. The system isn't perfect, but the way the TOS is written does weed out a lot of BS. I don't want to log on to CD and see nothing but ads, and that's what would happen if they let the posts stand. I know I've reported dozens of ads, some of which werejust randomly inserted into threads that weren't related to the product at all.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:11 AM
 
Location: a nation with hope
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SB, I think the problem is that someone with one post, or very few, usually isn't a person sharing something they found, but a paid employee of the company they're linking to. The system isn't perfect, but the way the TOS is written does weed out a lot of BS. I don't want to log on to CD and see nothing but ads, and that's what would happen if they let the posts stand. I know I've reported dozens of ads, some of which werejust randomly inserted into threads that weren't related to the product at all.
I've seen unrelated ads too, and I report them. The mods generally try to do a good job.
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