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How much for a teacup Pom???
Hi your website isn’t very helpful. Which puppies are available
How much are the teacup poms and do you have any ready for purchase?
Beautiful-Yes interest in white female pom pup, when you can safely ship 🙂
Beautiful ❤️❤️ love it.it is awesome
I am interested in a puppy. Are there any still available and how much are they? Can they be shipped
interested in price please
Noe Talu Soy Celeste
Hii can I purchase it
Are you all able to ship the current dogs you have with the restriction in place?
Dena Adler Gilbert
K tipo de raza es???
How much do you usually charge for the dogs and the shipping in California?
How much is the puppie?
I would love to get this one for my daughters birthday!!
I'm in Wenatchee Washington. How long does it take to be delivered once I made the payment?
is this available?
Love to meet her or him
How much ?
Therese Ellens Natascha Schenkhuizen
How much and would you deliver to Australia. ?
Dena Adler Gilbert Beth Raskin
Before I die I will own one of this lol
I need price and location for that cream male Pom puppy, please!
i want pom pom please!!!!!!
how much for the puppy
I also need location please
Weres your location ?
I want him what do I do and how much
I’m interested in purchasing
what price and where did u sell it? are u from america? im from philippines......
Do you still have it?
I need price and location for male Pom puppy, pleases
Good advice from a nurse on Twitter
If you should get the Coronavirus: I know we’re all tired of hearing/talking about it, but one thing I HAVEN’T really seen going around is advice for what happens if you DO get coronavirus (many of us will), we're only seeing advice for how to try to AVOID it. So as your friendly neighborhood RN, a wee thread:
Things you should *actually* buy ahead of time (not sure what the obsession with toilet paper is?): Kleenex, Acetaminophen (Tylenol) in 325 mg tablets, Ibuprofen (Advil) in 200 mg tablets, Mucinex, Robitussin or DayQuil/NyQuil, whatever your cough medicine of choice is.
If you don’t have a humidifier, that would also be a good thing to get. (You can also just turn the shower on hot and sit in the bathroom breathing in the steam). Also a good time to make a big batch of your favorite soup to freeze and have on hand.
If you have a history of asthma and you have a prescription inhaler, make sure the one you have isn’t expired and refill it/get a new one if it is.
You basically just want to prepare as though you know you’re going to get a nasty respiratory bug like bronchitis or pneumonia. You just have the foresight to know it’s coming.
For symptom management, use the meds I mentioned. For a fever over 101, alternate Tylenol and Advil so you’re taking a dose of one or the other every 3 hours. Use both cough suppressants and expectorants (most cough meds have both). Drink a ton...hydrate...hydrate. Rest lots.
If you're sick, you should not be leaving your house except to go to the doctor, and if you do, wear a mask (regular is fine, you don’t need an N95). You DO NOT NEED TO GO TO THE ER unless you are having trouble breathing or your fever is very high and unmanaged with meds.
90% of healthy adult cases thus far have been managed at home with basic rest/hydration/over-the-counter meds. We don’t want to clog the ERs unless you’re actually in distress. The hospital beds will be used for people who actively need oxygen/breathing treatments/IV fluids.
If you have a pre-existing lung condition (COPD, emphysema, lung cancer) or are on immunosuppressants, now is a great time to talk to your PCP or specialist about what they would like you to do if you get sick. They might have plans to get you admitted and bypass the ER entirely.
One major relief to you parents is that kids do VERY well with coronavirus— they usually bounce back in a few days, no one under 18 has died, and almost no kids have required hospitalization (unless they have a lung disease like CF).
Just use pediatric dosing of the same meds.
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