As many of you know, over the time I've had Amber I've been noticing little things that have me really concerned that they're signs of SM. I know something isn't quite right, and the more I research SM the more it seems to explain alot of the quirky things I've noticed. Well, for the last month I've been desperatly searching for a vet who can help put my mind at ease one way or another, and I'm just hitting dead end after dead end! I was going to go to the Cavalier club in the area, but missed the meeting last month, and I'm not quite sure how to contact any club members yet. Anyway, I've spoken with several vets on the phone, including a couple of neurologists, and told them about Amber, and so far NONE of them even seemed to understand what I was talking about A couple offered to make an appt and do a full physical on Amber - But when I asked them if they where familier with Cavaliers and/or SM, they've all admitted they wheren't, and honestly, I see no point in just throwing money away if they don't know any better then I do what they're looking for Does anyone have suggestions that might help me find a vet I can trust? One that's knowledgable enough to really help me get to the bottom of what's going on with Amber? I love Amber with all my heart, and if there is something going on with her I want to get to the bottom of it and get it under control! I'm not sure it's SM, as she shows some of the signs but not others, but that's exactly why I want to find a vet that knows cavaliers and is at least somewhat familier with SM to give me their educated opinion!
Sorry, I just had to rant, nothing frusterates me more then trying my best to take good care of my furkids and feeling like I'm not able to do that properly!!!