Yulin cruel dog meat festival!

rom: Lou Zell ]
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2017 10:38 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Yulin Dog Meat Festival will happen again on June 21, 2017 – 10,000 dogs will be tortured, and then eaten – This cruel festival started in 2010 and it must be stopped.

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Re: Beautiful Akita puppies for sale

On Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 9:00:00 AM UTC+1, wrote:
> I am posting this for a friend. Any questions please call her. Located
> in NY on Long Island.
> Puppies are 8 weeks old. Boys and girls.
> Black and whites. One pure white female. Two red and white boys. One
> huge brindle male.
> Contact Lee @ 516-736-3918 for all questions. Thanks

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Re: Puppy Stangles, AKA Juvenile Cellulitis

On Monday, August 28, 2000 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-5, Steve Voorhees wrote:
> I have a wonderful 13 week old Golden Retriever named ‘Rosie’. On Thursday
> she had various vaccines at the vets, including Rabies, Distemper Measles,
> Distemper-Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza,, and Canine Parovirus.
>
> She was fine that day and the next, however on Saturday morning she would
> just lay around, not eating or drinking and looking generally very sick. She
> is normally a very friendly, playful pup. I took her to my vet, and they
> didn’t know what was wrong but gave her some Azium, Amoxi, and a topical
> solution for her red ears.
>
> On Sunday she looked much worse. I took her to an emergency vet, and they
> diagnosed Puppy Strangles, also know as: Juvenile Cellulitis. She is know
> taking Predisone, Amoxi, and still the topical solution for the ears. She
> looks just awful, and doesn’t even walk. She will eat occasionally if hand
> fed, and does drink once in awhile now. My regular vet called me and pretty
> muched scoffed at the idea of something called "Puppy Strangles". Anyone out
> there have any experience or words of wisdom for us? I just noticed that a
> spot on her nose is bleeding. Sort of like a blister or postule.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Steve V.

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Re: Puppy Stangles, AKA Juvenile Cellulitis

On Monday, August 28, 2000 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-5, Steve Voorhees wrote:
> I have a wonderful 13 week old Golden Retriever named ‘Rosie’. On Thursday
> she had various vaccines at the vets, including Rabies, Distemper Measles,
> Distemper-Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza,, and Canine Parovirus.
>
> She was fine that day and the next, however on Saturday morning she would
> just lay around, not eating or drinking and looking generally very sick. She
> is normally a very friendly, playful pup. I took her to my vet, and they
> didn’t know what was wrong but gave her some Azium, Amoxi, and a topical
> solution for her red ears.
>
> On Sunday she looked much worse. I took her to an emergency vet, and they
> diagnosed Puppy Strangles, also know as: Juvenile Cellulitis. She is know
> taking Predisone, Amoxi, and still the topical solution for the ears. She
> looks just awful, and doesn’t even walk. She will eat occasionally if hand
> fed, and does drink once in awhile now. My regular vet called me and pretty
> muched scoffed at the idea of something called "Puppy Strangles". Anyone out
> there have any experience or words of wisdom for us? I just noticed that a
> spot on her nose is bleeding. Sort of like a blister or postule.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Steve V.

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