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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
And another thing while I'm on my rant... those of you who constantly have prongs tightly against your dogs neck whether it be from a no bark collar worn when in the kennel 24-7 or a shocking capable collar that is worn and used frequently expect problems. The thyroid gland is a butterfly shaped gland on the front of the throat. I honestly believe that aside from those constantly testing looking for an excuse when in all other aspects of the dog seem healthy, the prevalence of tick disease (sick dogs will quite often test low) the many that actually show physical signs and are tested at showing levels of next to nothing with no other underlying issues are caused by over shocking and the destruction of the thyroid gland itself. Just my 2 cents worth probably not even worth that.
Cheyenne & Jennifer Cummings
Seneca , MO
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