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  1. Hi all, sorry for the delay. life got a little crazy. fractured my finger badly. son diagnosed with additional co-morbid disorders (Khya helps!), of course, work, etc. Our Khya had a stubborn case of gardia followed by what the vet initially thought was a vag infection but eventually turned out to be crystals in the urine and PH way too high - too much protein. No more pig ears, or salmon or duck. Thank you to Greg for all my worried texts and calls. Everything is back to normal now, thankfully. She's had final shots yesterday, and after the speech vet gave I fully expected her to p
  2. This is a testament to Tayamni as well as a tribute to Nicole my F3 Bengal cat, who though she was getting a little puppy and then 9 week old, 9 lb. Tayamni walked out of the crate! (Nicole took one look and gave a look and air of “this is NOT what I wanted” and turned and walked away.) Finally as Tayamni grew out of her puppy stage and was settled enough to pass her Therapy Dog test and CGC Nicole would approach and sniff Tayamni at night from time to time. Tayamni would stiffen at first to make sure she didn’t move and scare Nicole. This became routine that Nicole would come in and
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