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Date:11/24/2014 8:51:57 AM
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hi sky pilot
whenever you take your birds to the vet you must always insist that you be present when they do the blood or anything. they do take blood from the neck but prefer to take it from the thigh if they can and if the bird is big enough. i would think it would be hard to get blood from a finch or parakeets thigh. dad just took our doggie for blood work and he told them to be careful and not put pressure on our dog trachea but they did not listen and took the dog away for tests and now she has been choking all day. mom asked dad why did you not insist on holding the dog. you become so emotional they sort of get you over a berrel but you must be firm and stand your ground not be mean or nasty just insist you see what they are doing. a good vet should not mind. love cori and mom carol and boo boo
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