Occasionally, when my dogs don't want to go out because of the weather but they do have to poo, they will get a little gassy - and yes, it will clear the room - after they finally admit to themselves they have to go out and get it out, the gas goes away - maybe it's as simple as that.
Northern NJ area Vets? Clinics who can do venous blood gas test?
Fanconi has recently reared its ugly head with my 9 year old basenji. Id like to get him treated but all of my local vets have very little knowledge with it, along with the Gonto protocol. The vet currently handling my basenji does not have the capabilities for venous blood gas testing and im having a hard time finding someone who can. Is anyone here from north jersey? Do you h ave any suggestions on vets or clinics to get the test done? Any help would be greatly appreciated.