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Re: [feline-heart] gnat in CA

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  • diane
    Kim, Congrats on the successful trip! You should write an article for others. :) Diane
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 5, 2001
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      Kim,

      Congrats on the successful trip! You should write an article for others. :)


      Diane
    • mukki2@yahoo.com
      Well, I live in SoCal and don t know the specifics about Davis area vets, but I have emailed a few vet cardiologists at UC Davis (about giving my cat
      Message 2 of 7 , Nov 5, 2001
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        Well, I live in SoCal and don't know the specifics about Davis area
        vets, but I have emailed a few vet cardiologists at UC Davis (about
        giving my cat acepromazine for a vet trip -- no) and they kindly
        responded to my email. I would definitely take advantage of any
        specialists you can up there!! Unfortunately, I do not have any vet
        cardiologists in my area...

        --- In feline-heart@y..., kcudding@u... wrote:
        > Hi all,
        >
        > We first posted a week or two ago, gnat had been diagnosed with
        heart
        > disease only 10 days prior to our scheduled move to CA. We decided
        to
        > drive rather than fly, and in a fit of overcompensation, rented a
        > motorhome to complete the trip. Our reasoning was that Gnat would be
        > happier and more comfortable in the larger space. Well, to make a
        long
        > story short, it wasn't the most comfortable trip, but Gnat seemed to
        > weather it okay. The 3000 bumpy miles took 5 days of driving. She
        > seems awfully tired now that we've got to our new destination, and
        our
        > furniture still hasn't arrived, so things are a little strange
        > (although all the favourite blankies came with us).
        >
        > I guess we need to get her to a new doc asap. Currently, she's just
        on
        > 6.25 mg Lasix daily to keep down the fluid build-up. She's also CRF,
        > but every time I try and give her even a small amount of fluids, she
        > starts wheezing again.
        >
        > I know we're at one of the centres of feline health here in Davis,
        CA,
        > but can anyone recommend a really good, sensitive vet? Should I just
        > take her to the UCD vet hospital. Any thoughts?
        >
        > Cheers,
        > Kim, Gnat & Wiggy
      • Jonathan Rosenberg
        Congrats on the successful trip. I don t know any vets in the area & it would be best to get a personal recommendation. Barring that you look for a vet
        Message 3 of 7 , Nov 5, 2001
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          Congrats on the successful trip. I don't know any vets in the
          area & it would be best to get a personal recommendation.

          Barring that you look for a vet cardiologist here:

          http://www.acvim.org/Kittleson/search.htm

          > -----Original Message-----
          > From: kcudding@...
          > [mailto:kcudding@...]
          > Sent: Monday, November 05, 2001 6:46 PM
          > To: feline-heart@yahoogroups.com
          > Subject: [feline-heart] gnat in CA
          >
          >
          > Hi all,
          >
          > We first posted a week or two ago, gnat had been
          > diagnosed with heart
          > disease only 10 days prior to our scheduled move to
          > CA. We decided to
          > drive rather than fly, and in a fit of
          > overcompensation, rented a
          > motorhome to complete the trip. Our reasoning was that
          > Gnat would be
          > happier and more comfortable in the larger space.
          > Well, to make a long
          > story short, it wasn't the most comfortable trip, but
          > Gnat seemed to
          > weather it okay. The 3000 bumpy miles took 5 days of
          > driving. She
          > seems awfully tired now that we've got to our new
          > destination, and our
          > furniture still hasn't arrived, so things are a little strange
          > (although all the favourite blankies came with us).
          >
          > I guess we need to get her to a new doc asap.
          > Currently, she's just on
          > 6.25 mg Lasix daily to keep down the fluid build-up.
          > She's also CRF,
          > but every time I try and give her even a small amount
          > of fluids, she
          > starts wheezing again.
          >
          > I know we're at one of the centres of feline health
          > here in Davis, CA,
          > but can anyone recommend a really good, sensitive vet?
          > Should I just
          > take her to the UCD vet hospital. Any thoughts?
          >
          > Cheers,
          > Kim, Gnat & Wiggy
          >
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        • Rat
          From: kcudding@uconnvm.uconn.edu ... There s a vet cardiologist up there named Dr. Kienle--he travels around to various vet hospitals in the whole bay area by
          Message 4 of 7 , Nov 6, 2001
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            From: kcudding@...

            >
            > I know we're at one of the centres of feline health here in Davis, CA,
            > but can anyone recommend a really good, sensitive vet? Should I just
            > take her to the UCD vet hospital. Any thoughts?
            >

            There's a vet cardiologist up there named Dr. Kienle--he travels
            around to various vet hospitals in the whole bay area by
            appointment but he's based in Davis. We saw him once for
            an ultrasound and were impressed by his manner and sensitivity.

            --Rat
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