Testing for Adeno

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Testing for Adeno

Postby Akeath » Sat Nov 15, 2008 3:45 pm

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Okay, I know how to contact Lou Ann Miller, I've got the information for her address and everything, but I've got a question. I'm only testing one Beardie, so do I email her for the number of vials necessary or do I just send in the check with a note saying its for one Beardie or what? I don't know how to start the process, I guess. I looked at the Pogona Adenovirus Testing Society that describes the process but I got confused. So, for those of you who have tested, how did you go about it?
And wish me luck, as I have my heart set on breeding Hope and it would be crushing if he had adeno virus. :|
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Re: Testing for Adeno

Postby Drache613 » Sat Nov 15, 2008 4:02 pm

Hello,

You can PM me (Tracie) for further information if you would like to join the Pogona Testing Society.
Are you aiming to test your dragon to get ready for breeding in the future, is that correct? I would love to help, so you can contact me directly & I will answer your questions. :D
I will go over the process with you.

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Re: Testing for Adeno

Postby KairaandTaz08 » Sun Nov 16, 2008 1:25 am

I'm testing my two, also. Lou Ann is very nice & helpful (so is Tracie :D ). I'd just make sure you get the address right because the first check I sent didn't reach her...my fault :oops: ...long address. I've communicated with her via e-mail, too...for a few months. Try not to stress too much. I've been there & know it's not easy. You're welcome to PM me, also, if you'd like to talk about it more, but Tracie can help you with the process & everything.

TO EVERYONE ELSE: PLEASE do not start an argument on this, the OP is simply asking a question. I know it's a touchy subject, but no reason to argue over it.

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Re: Testing for Adeno

Postby Akeath » Sun Nov 16, 2008 5:41 am

I'll be sure to triple check the address.
Good luck with your Beardies.
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Re: Testing for Adeno

Postby KairaandTaz08 » Sun Nov 16, 2008 6:56 am

Thanks, you too :D
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