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    richie
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    Hi Met some one who is a long term user of minocycline –he mentioned Pet Smart –the company producing these antibiotics is Aquatic Pharmacy out of Washington —-I found this interesting that the doses offered are the same as human doses –which means a 2 oz goldfish gets 100 mg of minocycline !!!!! –I certainly dont advocate using Aquatic antibiotic but I found it very interesting !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    richie

    #371704
    richie
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    Hi Got even a better one –go to ebay listing # 321359221544 —-that is 1/2 the wholesale price in the US —
    richie

    #371705
    Anonymous
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    Amazing Richie. So as well gorillas /Dr Brown/ and racing horses… and us
    Linda L.

    #371706
    marg
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    Hmm… something fishy going on !!

    #371707
    lemons
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    Best left unsaid really.

    #371708
    lajc
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    If you’ve ever gone to a “doomsday preppers” website they”ll tell you how necessary it is to have antibiotics in your first aid kit. They direct you to stores that sell fish supplies for the antibiotics. I thought that was an interesting way to skirt around a doctors prescription…….and no, I’m not a prepper….just curious.

    Laurie

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    #371710
    Jan Lucinda1
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    I wasn’t aware of fish pharmacies.

    #371711
    Jan Lucinda1
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    There are also dog pharmacies!!

    #371712
    richie
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    Hi Actually I did the reverse —my dog was sick quite awhile back with a urinary infection –the vet wanted him to take 250 ampicillin or something like that —he wanted $ 80. for a 10 day supply –I called my internist and told him I had a problem and would he give me ampicillin –got the RX for 3.00 co–pay —

    Richie

    #371714
    Jan Lucinda1
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    Target has low prices for their dog pharmaceutical products.

    #371715
    Valsmum
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    This whole discussion reminds me of an article I read about a man that sells gallium. He was using it for the horses he worked with but then people with arthritis got the gallium on their hands while applying it to the horse, and then their arthritis went away. ??

    #371713
    lynnie_sydney
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    This whole discussion reminds me of an article I read about a man that sells gallium. He was using it for the horses he worked with but then people with arthritis got the gallium on their hands while applying it to the horse, and then their arthritis went away

    and on that note this is an interesting discussion on the subject and reasons why it may work to reduce inflammation

    http://www.austinchronicle.com/columns/2005-08-12/284206/

    Be well! Lynnie

    Palindromic RA 30 yrs (Chronic Lyme?)
    Mino 2003-2008 100mg MWF - can no longer tolerate any tetracyclines
    abx from Sep 2018 MWF - a.m. Augmentin Duo 440mg + 150mg Biaxsig (roxithromycin). p.m. Cefaclor (375mg) + Klacid 125mg. Annual Clindy IV's
    Diet: no gluten, dairy, sulphites, low salicylates
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    #371716
    Jan Lucinda1
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    I saw that Aquatic Pharmacy is closed for restructuring but calvetsupply.com is open for pet meds if needed.

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