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…of use for these items. Thank you so much.

By the way, the Farabloc
blanket is great for easing migraines, headache and other neck pains as well. We use ours more than Wyatt Ray
does!

Lots of hugs and thanks coming your way.

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…thats what I think it is...

Sorry to hear it! Consider these posts or search the blogs for more helpful info...

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…not require moderation.

Sudden outbursts can certainly indicate phantom limb pain. You may find these posts and videos helpful:

tips-for-managing-phantom-limb-pain-in-dogs

post-amputation-side-effects-in-dogs

Tripawds Get Phantom Pain Relief with Farabloc Drug-Free Therapy

14 January 2014 9:20 pm
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…Therapy Helps Tripawds Beat the Odds

Post-Amputation Side Effects in Dogs

One Vet’s Canine Amputation Surgery and Recovery Tips

Tips for Managing Phantom Limb Pain in Dogs

Farabloc, a non-pharmaceutical phantom limb pain therapy

The Electromagnetic Field and Phantom Limb Pain Connection in

22 November 2013 9:37 am
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… from his Tripawd friends who have bloated, that we finally did the procedure. There's some good information we recently posted about bloat here.

Well, as for the licking and chewing, that's a really tough one, I haven't seen that exact type of behavior here but that's not to say it hasn't happened

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…it here is Skye and her Mom Jean, you may want to PM them and ask about how it worked (last update from Skye was a few weeks ago and she is doing well!).

Trying regular gentle massage can help, and we are also impressed with what we've learned about Farabloc. Experiment and see what works, and

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…new meds will help. Search the forums and the blogs for more feedback from others and don't miss these other tips and solutions...

Tips for managing phantom limb pain in dogs

Farabloc Phantom Pain Relief

Phantom Limb Pain and Other Common Complications (Video)

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…to start she was doing a lot of whining and crying, but with help from people here I quickly attributed that to the opiate nature of the pain meds. Well two days after her Fentanyl patch was taken off we had to really work to balance her Tramodol so she wasn't having obvious signs of discomfort,

31 March 2013 10:10 pm
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…to start she was doing a lot of whining and crying, but with help from people here I quickly attributed that to the opiate nature of the pain meds. Well two days after her Fentanyl patch was taken off we had to really work to balance her Tramodol so she wasn't having obvious signs of discomfort,

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…is just a trial to see if Farabloc
has any affect on the tumor progress. It is hard to know if anything is actually helping or not. She has done well so far, and it may or may not have anything to do with anything we have done. I do think the metronomic therapy is effective to slow the progress of

11 March 2013 6:18 pm
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…was started about 18 months ago. It may be that Abby's tumor would have progressed slowly in any case. Her oncologist is very surprised at how well she has done and said Abby's slow progress is unusual. But she just attributes Abby's good progress to Abby being a lucky dog and Cancer is never

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