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Old 04-02-2017, 02:06 AM   #21
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Hi, I tap on my thread to ask something about dog. As I adopted this dog, I been pushing the owner to give me the health book but today was told by the ex owner that the health book was lost and it is not registered. So without health book, can I register the dog with Ava? Was told it is micro chip too, so if I bring to the vet. The vet able to relive the number from the chip which allow me for Ava registeration?
Yes, can still register for a dog license from Ava. The charges are available on their website.

Your doggy microchip, like Arowana, visible upon scanning. Just ask them to do a simple health checkup.
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Old 04-02-2017, 11:16 PM   #22
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Yes, can still register for a dog license from Ava. The charges are available on their website.

Your doggy microchip, like Arowana, visible upon scanning. Just ask them to do a simple health checkup.
thanks, gotten the chip nos. however as i google av page, it is $90 yearly for unsterilised dog and $15 for a sterilised dog. Hence like to ask, to sterilised a small dog is a safe procedure? any effect on the dog after the opp? thanks
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Old 05-02-2017, 01:12 PM   #23
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thanks, gotten the chip nos. however as i google av page, it is $90 yearly for unsterilised dog and $15 for a sterilised dog. Hence like to ask, to sterilised a small dog is a safe procedure? any effect on the dog after the opp? thanks
older = higher risk.
There's alot of controversial regarding sterilization.
But any preexisting issues (skin problem, hormone eg tyroid) would likely be magnified several times after .
Weight gain is also another common problem.
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older = higher risk.
There's alot of controversial regarding sterilization.
But any preexisting issues (skin problem, hormone eg tyroid) would likely be magnified several times after .
Weight gain is also another common problem.
thanks, i think i will apply for the $90 yearly first and use the 1 years to prepare for the sterilization . btw i dun have the micro chip cert, any problem when a apply to AVA?
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thanks, i think i will apply for the $90 yearly first and use the 1 years to prepare for the sterilization . btw i dun have the micro chip cert, any problem when a apply to AVA?
Shouldn't be a problem (I think).
Dob just key in a rough estimate.
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I'm using revolution for my dog too...but i seems to recall that Revolution kills fleas and ticks only after they have bitten your dog thus it doesn't repel or prevent them from bitting or clinging onto your dog.

There is another type of spray that helps to prevent fleas and ticks.

Just my 2 cents.
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I'm using revolution for my dog too...but i seems to recall that Revolution kills fleas and ticks only after they have bitten your dog thus it doesn't repel or prevent them from bitting or clinging onto your dog.

There is another type of spray that helps to prevent fleas and ticks.

Just my 2 cents.
all those spot on, chews is confirm going into pet bloodstream to kill only after being bitten.

Sprays wise.. the most common one should be those citronella sprays.
Citronella, Lavender, Neem are some of the more commonly used ones.

Prevention stuff are useless when u are fighting those buggers who have entered your place... trust me
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Not sure about other products... but K9 Advantix II does repels fleas, flies, lice, ticks & mosquitoes.

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