Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

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    Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    Attention pet owners! Good news! Our popular feature Ask an Angell Vet is back.

    The vets are kind enough to answer your questions. That's right, free advice from local experts. So if you have a health concern about your pet, feel free to ask away! 

    Here is what you do.

    Go here:

    http://www.boston.com/community/forums/community/pets/ask-an-angell-vet/40/230

    Click on the blue "start a new discussion" button, put your question in the headline area, and write your concerns about your pet in the post. Then hit the blue "add your post" button. Then we'll send your question to an Angell vet to be answered. If the vet can answer your question, the answer will be posted right in the same discussion you started.

    Thanks, as always, for reading us and sharing your pets with us!

     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    I don't have a question, just wanted to bump up this thread!

     

     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    Hi...I went to the website several times but it takes me to archives of something and other strange sites. I've been trying to ask a question for about an hour and get nowhere. I have 2 rescue cats. One has chronic diarrhea. I can't afford a vet. Live in Lowell MA. Do you know of any vets whose fees are low for rescues?

     

     

    In response to BDCKristi's comment:

    Attention pet owners! Good news! Our popular feature Ask an Angell Vet is back.

    The vets are kind enough to answer your questions. That's right, free advice from local experts. So if you have a health concern about your pet, feel free to ask away! 

    Here is what you do.

    Go here:

    http://www.boston.com/community/forums/community/pets/ask-an-angell-vet/40/230

    Click on the blue "start a new discussion" button, put your question in the headline area, and write your concerns about your pet in the post. Then hit the blue "add your post" button. Then we'll send your question to an Angell vet to be answered. If the vet can answer your question, the answer will be posted right in the same discussion you started.

    Thanks, as always, for reading us and sharing your pets with us!




     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    http://mrfrs.org/low-cost-programs/

    http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/trouble_affording_veterinary_care.html

    http://afaboston.org/index.php/clinic

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Shadow-Fund/146912702009312?v=info

     

     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    Avatar from "The Artwork of Catherine Darling Hostetter" 

     

     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    How can I keep my pet from excessively scratching and licking his coat? What is a novel protein food? 

    Brienne

     
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    Re: Need a health question about your pet answered? Ask an Angell vet!

    Your cat sounds like he may have allergies.  I have a dog with allergies, nothing worked until I took her to Dr Loft a dermatologist at Angell for testing.

    I have had good results with Wysong, they have a specific food for canine/feline allergies, I also do a home cooked diet for my pets.  Environmental allergies are far more common than food allergies, although pets can have both.

    I have found some good advice here  http://vitalanimal.com/back-away-from-the-kibble/

    I lean toward a homeopathic approach to health care, however, I don't subscribe to everything....sometimes the truth lies somewhere in the middle. 

    Petco has a forum that is slightly more active https://community.petco.com/t5/the-purr/ct-p/CatCommunity

    BTW: In case you haven't noticed, the Angell vet is MIA.   But, welcome to the boards anyway, and I hope you will continue to participate :)

     
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