Canine Papilloma Infection

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  • #62277
    Prem2Pram
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    Anyone considering using a stud dog that has not been health tested might be interested in reading the post Canine Papilloma Infection on my blog.

    http://miniature-pinscher.blogspot.com/2008/10/possible-papilloma-infection.html

    I would like to point out that the Miniature Pinscher Markos is not one of my minpins, the owner is looking for advice and anyone who wishes to offer advice or comment on the post can do so via the comment link at the bottom of the blog page.

    #83759
    kizkiznobite
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    poor lad…been thinking about this on and off since you told me…..my vet covers this in his pre mating advise and protection sessions….

    hope the lad makes it.. :'(

    #83760
    Prem2Pram
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    I too have been thinking about this poor lad and I hope he makes it.  :'(

    I felt it was something that should be highlighted and there is nothing like hearing from someone first hand to bring it home just how important these pre mating tests are.

    #83761
    Anonymous
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    hi,

    i’m wincing …. owww – is that a condition passed from mum to pups like virus then ?

    poor pup

    claire x

    #83762

    Poor little thing  :'(  If they have to amputate his penis, how does that bode for the rest of his life?

    #83763
    Anonymous
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    Me too such a shame pleased you have it up on your site minpin
    Val

    [quote author=kizkiznobite link=topic=12646.msg244378#msg244378 date=1223458196]
    poor lad…been thinking about this on and off since you told me…..my vet covers this in his pre mating advise and protection sessions….

    hope the lad makes it.. :'(
    [/quote]

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