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Viewing all posts found for user Deputydog
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Posted on: 12:23:50 PM 10/28/2009

Damn well said KariBear, and Spot On!

Ethical breeders tend to advise their customers of all of the possible health issues known to occur with the breed they promote. It is then up to the customer to decide if they choose to accept the ri...

Posted on: 11:23:08 AM 10/28/2009

I agree with all of the previous posts. Some of the best cutting edge Veterinary science is developed at teaching hospitals.

Posted on: 11:19:34 AM 10/28/2009

A Benadryl type antihistamine would relieve itching.

Posted on: 10:34:25 PM 10/27/2009

Demodex is not a hereditary disease. It has been suggested that the propensity for Demodex in puppies is due to to a T cell immunological deficiency. This also has not been medically proven. In fact many puppies with localized Demodicosis have normal...

Posted on: 8:10:43 PM 10/24/2009

Wow, blue skin. That is weird. I know to expect reddened skin as healing takes place but the the blue is just strange. Are you perhaps seeing blood vessels near the surface?

Posted on: 8:04:30 PM 10/24/2009

There is a product called "Udderly Smooth" is was originally invented for use on cow udders for the same thing you are experiencing with your dog. Apply on the teets as directed. Apparently it works so well as a skin conditioner, healing cream and mo...

Posted on: 11:14:51 AM 10/24/2009

Schoolbus Gal,

You stole my thunder! Every point you made was very well stated.

Posted on: 10:25:14 AM 10/23/2009

Ok ... Dogwood has made a good point.

So, for all puppy / dog owners that are "clueless", I would like to offer a "Rule of Thumb".

If your child were to have any of the same symptoms that "Charlie My Love" had and again let me ...

Posted on: 3:09:39 PM 10/22/2009

The University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine has a low cost program that offers these types of services to the general public in order to train students. A student will perform the surgery under supervision of the professor. The professor ...

Posted on: 7:02:28 PM 10/21/2009

Charlie you are obviously a player. Please don't come here with your pseudo problem seeking the advice of members and wasting our time by continuing to play out your game.

Why don't you get a hobby?

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