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Date Posted: 20:24:16 04/05/13 Fri
Author: D C T -- friendly poultry orthopedist
Subject: Re: Chick chair question
In reply to: Angela Warner 's message, "Chick chair question" on 13:52:43 04/05/13 Fri

Each case of displaced Achilles tendon is different. There
are times when I pop that tendon back into the groove and
it stays there just like a miracle and other times when I
work for a week to achieve this. Actually I had a pea chick
with both both legs needing treatment that lasted for
two weeks before she became an ordinary little pea chick.
And even I have had failures. I never give up but some-
times the patient dies or the joint can not be repaired.
You can email a photo to me or put photo at photobucket or
villagephotos and put link here

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