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Re: Antibiotics
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2011, 11:41:59 AM »
Oh boy. Does Toy know about this? It's the kind of thing currents should know about exes, I should think. (When I think.)

Why do you think Solar has food poisoning?

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Re: Antibiotics
« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2011, 11:43:34 AM »
My uncle is a vet and he practices on himself quite often and since he is also the pharmacist, he writes and fills his own prescriptions. He used to also treat my grandmother on a regular basis. I think she took horse meds only once that I can recall. I do not recall why she took any horse medication. It must have worked wonderfully. There were not any estranged side effects.
 
And yes, he is  a quite competent DVM.

Was she whinnying quite a bit?
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Re: Antibiotics
« Reply #17 on: May 07, 2011, 11:51:08 AM »
My uncle is a vet and he practices on himself quite often and since he is also the pharmacist, he writes and fills his own prescriptions. He used to also treat my grandmother on a regular basis. I think she took horse meds only once that I can recall. I do not recall why she took any horse medication. It must have worked wonderfully. There were not any estranged side effects.
 
And yes, he is  a quite competent DVM.

I remember my first ex looking for vet meds... 

Around that same time, mid-to-late 1960s, the drug showed up on the streets of San Francisco as "Peace Pill." It didn't take long for word to spread that this drug had triggered many bad experiences and the market died out. It also showed up in New York as "hog" but the story was the same -- it spread quickly, but people realized that it was dangerous and usage dried up. It also showed up frequently in the 1970s under different names --Angel Dust, Horse Tranq, Embalming Fluid, etc. -- sometimes being snorted, sometimes being mixed with tobacco, marijuana, or parsley and smoked.

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