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Rocketsmom

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About Rocketsmom

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    Female
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    Pennsylvania
  • Interests
    BORDER COLLIES! ducks and horses

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  1. OMG this made me ball i wish i could adopt him!
  2. I had a dog attack my ducks awhile back and I was instructed to put the invisible stich adhesive stuff on it and seperate her from the others so she wouldn't be bothered by my male. I also dabbed it with blue knot and it worked for me. My duck only had the tip of her bill wounded. Hope this helps! Everyone around my area calls me the Duck Whisperer
  3. I had a dog attack my ducks awhile back and I was instructed to put the invisible stich adhesive stuff on it and seperate her from the others so she wouldn't be bothered by my male. I also dabbed it with blue knot and it worked for me. My duck only had the tip of her bill wounded. Hope this helps! Everyone around my area calls me the Duck Whisperer
  4. THANK YOU ALL!!! I took Rocket to Dr. Northington and he's doing so much better its all thanks to my wonderful BC Boards Family
  5. Rockets afraid of thunderstorms and fireworks! He runs and hides in the tub or shower.
  6. I put a two pictures of Rocket in the peoples border collie gallery for some reason every adorable pic I have of him is to large to be an avitar picture.
  7. I visited the website and I am planning to call Dr. Northington on my lunch break. The only thing that worries me when it comes to vet trips is when I am asked to leave the room and Rocket can't see his mommy.....he doesn't listen so they always end up calling me back in..... and I can't stand to see anyone I love have needles in them or anything like that.
  8. I am in PA what where are the two neurologist references
  9. When a seizure is about to happen Rocket is very clingy. I think its because he's scared and he doesn't want me to leave him. As the seizure attacks him he's immediately on the floor. He loses his bladder, his eyes dialate and he starts slabering. He trys to dig his feet into the carpet to steady himself. I always try and move him so that he's in the middle of the floor because the vet told me if he is in a corner or small space it will take longer for the seizure to pass because his body can't do what it needs to do to get rid of it. The seizures last ten minutes usually. The colder months ar
  10. My five year old male border collie has had seizures since he was a year old. The vet has no idea what is causing them. I am scared because every time he has one they last longer than the previous one. Is there anything I can do besides the expensive medicine?
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