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      My ex was in vet school when they were first testing ivermectin- they had multiple collie and collie mix dogs drop dead in the research groups for no obvious reason (this was in the late 70’s)…the conclusion was (like Cindy says) that it’s a genetic problem…best not to take chances with animals that you love. Lisa G.

      hs4hmom wrote: It is something in the genetic makeup
      that makes this toxic to them. Here is a site with an explanation…. https://www.k911.biz/Petsafety/Ivermectin.htm The breeds most affected seem to be…

      Collies, Shelties, Australian Shepards and Old English Sheepdogs…. There are others listed as well in other articles. Cindy

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      From: Marla Cameron
      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 9:10:07 AM
      Subject: Re: Budget101.com : heartworm prevention

      Because I do not know why, why
      can you not give it to herding breeds?

      ~~Marla Jo~~

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