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#315011 - 06/15/07 08:48 AM Is she sick?
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My glider has been acting off the past two days. Yesterday she was hyper all day. She usually stays up most of the day, but without the extra hyperness. Today she is sluggish. She is also making a popping noise when breathing sometimes. It's nowhere near with every breath, but she is doing it a couple of times per minute. What can I do?

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#315013 - 06/15/07 08:52 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: Anonymous]
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You need to get her to a vet ASAP! It doesn't sound good when they are making noises when breathing, as well as her activity level making such a drastic change.
Please register, we will be able to help you further with locating a vet, and further instructions. But in the mean time PLEASE DO NOT WASTE ANY TIME, if you have a vet or if there is an emergency vet GO NOW!!!! Keep us udated, prayers are with you. heart

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#315020 - 06/15/07 08:58 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: LSardou]
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Nothing I can do for her? I had a sudden emergency not too long ago and those medical bills drained me...

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#315021 - 06/15/07 09:00 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: Anonymous]
LSardou Offline
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Loc: Kansas
If you just bring her in to the vet, they can not refuse treatment....the money issue can be worked out later, but her life can not! Please take her in!

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#315026 - 06/15/07 09:03 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: LSardou]
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I agree, she needs to be seen by a vet ASAP. Once gliders start showing symptoms they can go downhill very quickly.
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#315028 - 06/15/07 09:05 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: glidrz5]
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I know the payday loan places here will accept a fax from your bank showing your deposits. HTH

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#315037 - 06/15/07 09:13 AM Re: Is she sick? [Re: ]
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Like everyone above has said please just go to the vet.
Most vets are willing to work with you with some sort of payment.
When our dog was injured and it was over what we had in our vet fund our vet had us pay part them had me write him several checks each dated for every friday for a month after. That way he had the checks so he could come after us is we didnt pay he was protected.
This enabled us to deposit money each payday and them he would deposit the check on monday, and we were able to spread out the second half of the surgery.
You never know until you try what they will do to help.

As for as payday loans I was searching for info on them for a friend and there is one that does the first without a charge.just search free pay day loan.
Some do not take the money out of your account at once but will let you make a few payments.

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#315579 - 06/15/07 07:04 PM Re: Is she sick? [Re: ]
Anonymous
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That breathing problem could even be pneumonia so if you don't bring her in soon it could be too late.

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