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Frontline on nursing mom
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Hi! Jasmine's puppy is 10 days old and I'm concerned about putting Frontline on Jasmine. I didn't use it while she was preggers, but its flea season now. I've been told it's safe- but I'd appreciate info from anyone with experience using it on new moms. Also-is when is it ok to worm her and her pup? Pup -she needs a name- lol is starting to open her eyes. More pics in a few days.

Posted on: 2006/5/11 23:06
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Re: Frontline on nursing mom
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You should get some wormer from your vet for pups. The vet will tell you the best worming schedule for your pup.

Posted on: 2006/5/12 8:05
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My vet advised me to hold off on the FrontLine Plus while Kate was still nursing. He said it should not contaminate the milk, but that the puppies might lick her while it is still wet and injest some of it, so he thought it was best to hold off for a little while.

As far as worming is concerned, I had a fecal done before Kate whelped and she was parasite clear, so we did not worm her or the puppies. Up until they left home at 8 weeks, they were all parasite clear. Don't worm unless you need to. It is difficult on the small digestive systems to do so if it is not needed. As in all health related issues, it is best to consult with your vet. He/she is the professional and is the best first source of information.

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Re: Frontline on nursing mom
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My vet is the one who told me Frontline would be safe. He also told me she had four more pups to deliver after she had her last one. He thought she had stopped labor and was getting ready to do a c-section.The vet tech was actually prepping her and thought -hmmm doesn't feel like there are any pups in there! Thank goodness she didn't have unecessary surgery. Anyway, thanks for the input.

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I hope you have found a different vet since then! Goodness! I don't "do" doctors for myself and could care less how many quacks are out there deceiving people and ripping them off and making them "dis-eased" but it really burns my cookies to think their are vets that are just as bad!!! I guess it is a money thing and they just don't really care!

Posted on: 2006/5/12 18:24
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1. If it's in my mouth, it's mine!
2. If I like it, it's mine!
3. If I can take it from you, it's mine!
4. If I had it a little while ago, it's mine!
5. If it's mine, it must never appear to be yours in any way!
6. If I'm chewing something up, all the pieces are mine.
7. If it looks like mine, it's mine!
8. If I saw it first, it's mine!
9. If you are playing with something and put it down, it automatically becomes mine.
10. If it's in the same house I'm in, it's mine!
11. If it's broken, it's yours!

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Re: Frontline on nursing mom
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Well that's scary...I hope you run to another vet as fast as possible. I would not use any toxins on the puppies or mom unless you absolutely have to, and even then ask several vet's opinion before doing so.

Posted on: 2006/5/12 20:37
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