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Elinor Reneau

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  • Do a search on the MDR1 gene. It isn't skin that is the problem. Also, go to the Australian Shepherd forum, there is a whole thread there about this.
  • We spent time with our trainer, it was very valuable! He was nervous at first but warmed to her border collies. Her border collies were very receptive to Skyler's subtle signals when to come closer or back away a bit. We then took them down to her…
  • they look like more of a sheltie/aussie cross to me.
  • My 15mo old female has never been hyper but in our obedience class for our 14week aussie there is a 5mo eskie girl that is VERY hyper.
  • Talk to you vet but my guess is that since it has been this long and has been fine, probably not an issue. Our vet only strongly recommended the 2 products I've mentioned because there has been extensive testing on them in relation to the gene muta…
  • Heartguard Plus is what WSU told my vet to recommend when my vet was talking with them. I asked her why would Heartguard Plus be ok with the ivermectin but Advantage multi not be recommended since it only had a derivitive of ivermectin in it. My v…
  • Yes, it can cause anesthesia to linger. As for intercepter vs heartguard. My vet actually called Dr Mealy @ WSU, she is the one who found the gene & has done all the extensive testing - she recommended Heartguard Plus + Frontline Plus for hear…
  • Hi...we're new here. I have an 11week old "mini" aussie & a 15mo old mini eskie. We tested Skyler for the gene, he is mutant/normal. Our vet worked closely with WSU on what to give Skyler for flea & heartworm mets. Turns out the vet that…

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