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Submitted by trgoa (not verified) on Fri, 02/01/2008 - 10:36pm.
Such a tragic loss. I have a grand-dog who is a bulldog..such a wonderful breed. Why in the world would any vet 'routinely' sedate a dog for a simple 4 minute or less nailtrim? I have been grooming for over 20 years, and have never heard of this practice of routine sedation. I clip and file a minimum of 250 individual nails a week for dogs and cats. It is the RARE, VERY RARE occasion that I will refer a client to the vet for a nail trim, if it takes more than two people to attempt nail trims. The vets I have known have simply enlisted another staff member to help with dogs who have nail trim issues. It seems a more than a little extreme to risk sedation for something so simple. Again, so sorry for the loss of your beloved pet...
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