So about two weeks ago, I found this bump under her eye.
My brother went to the vet and they said it was due to a chipped tooth; the carnassial tooth (located way in the back). She gave us antibiotics for my dog that lasted a week and so now it's all done.
I went to another vet to get another quote, he said around $850.
My parents say not to do it because of the money involved, which I understand.
What I'm wondering is, what would happen if we continue to NOT give her antibiotics, and NOT give her the surgery? I've noticed the bump getting smaller, but then again, I don't know how the INSIDE is looking and how she's feeling (in pain or not).
Should I go with the surgery anyway, to get this chipped tooth removed? Or will she get better on her own? Thanks a lot guys.2 AnswersDogs9 years ago
In a population 20% of the individuals are A/A, 60% A/a, and 20% a/a - how would i calculate the allele frequencies in the population? I know I use the Hardy-Weinberg equation, but i don't know if i did it correctly. would p^2 for the A allele be 0.20 in this case..? I'm confused on finding the separate allele freqs for the A/a.2 AnswersBiology10 years ago
Hey, this is for my french culture class and I have to find the title and name of the artist. Here's the picture, I uploaded it to my photobucket account: http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g42/tinytot_09/W...
I tried looking everywhere and I can't find anything. If it helps, we're currently learning about the realist and naturalist movement, impressionist and neo-impressionist painting, and a bit of symbolist painting.1 AnswerPainting1 decade ago
Hey, I just wanted to know how to distinguish these two. Heterozygosity occurs through sexual reproduction and so does polymorphism but it takes longer for it to occur? Not sure if I'm right.1 AnswerBiology1 decade ago
I have deltaH3 = 379 000 J/mol and deltaH4 = 144 000 J/mol, I need to calculate the deltaHf. Here are the equations:
Mg(s)+2HCl(aq)-->MgCl2(aq)+H2(g) deltaH3 = 379 000J/mol
MgO(s)+2HCl(aq)-->MgCl2(aq)+H2O(l) deltaH4 = 144 000 J/mol
Mg(s)+1/2O2(g)-->MgO(s) deltaHf = ?
So I have to use Hess's Law to calculate the heat of formation of MgO from deltaH3, deltaH4, and the heat of formation of water which is -285.9kJ/mol at 25 celsius. Would I just add these values up? I'm confused. Thank you.2 AnswersChemistry1 decade ago
So a family invited me over for a get together and it turns out that a member contracted H1N1.. that person said they would be locked up in their room and that everything in their house has been cleaned (then again who knows how well they cleaned it). How much of a chance is there of me getting the virus? Should I not go?1 AnswerInfectious Diseases1 decade ago
A car accelerates southward due to a frictional force b/w the road & tired. What direction is the force?
and why does that force exist?
I was thinking that the direction would be against its acceleration..1 AnswerPhysics1 decade ago
con't: When the mass is increased by 2.0kg and the same net force is applied, the acceleration is 0.37a. Determine the mass, m.
Answer in the book says 1.2kg. I tried assuming values but that did not work..2 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
You apply a force of 0.35N [up] to lift a fork. Resulting acc. is 0.15m/s^2[up]. What's the mass of the fork?
That's the resulting acceleration ^ (if it makes a difference). I have to find the mass of the fork in grams. I tried using Newton's 2nd Law: Fnet=ma but the answer in the book says 35g, unless it's wrong?1 AnswerPhysics1 decade ago
This is a calculus question, and I'm not sure how to solve for 'c'! Would I have to graph it first? Please help!1 AnswerMathematics1 decade ago
I was thinking of recreating Paris or the prison where Edmond was imprisoned. Also, can you give me a few ideas I can add to this to make it look more interesting? Thanks.3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
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You guys should check out Street Spirit (Fade out) by Radiohead:
Triumph of a Heart by Bjork:
or Glosoli by Sigur Ros:7 AnswersRock and Pop1 decade ago
I know that Hydrogen Peroxide (or H2O2) is a common disinfectant in homes, but I don't know which pH its enzyme has to be in in order to break it down faster. I also know that most enzymes work best in a 6-8 pH level but I'm not sure.2 AnswersBiology1 decade ago
There is a recipe on the jello boxes with jello and cool whip but I can't find this anywhere. I only see recipes for cakes, pies, etc, but this recipe is very simple. I think the picture at the back of the box showed it in a wine glass.2 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
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What does this mean? Is this an allergy or anything?11 AnswersDogs1 decade ago