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Viewing all posts found for user Grimace17
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Posted on: 12:41:31 PM 8/11/2011

It could very well be dermatitis caused by fungus known as malasezzia. It is pretty gross but easily treatable. Try using an antifungal shampoo and see what happens.

Posted on: 12:38:28 PM 8/11/2011

I just replied to another post from a user whose dog was suffering from mange. Below is a link to a good post about treating and preventing mange. It is off of the website where I buy my dog's supplements. Their supplements are really great for the...

Posted on: 12:32:18 PM 8/11/2011

Hi there. Mange can be awful, but luckily it is treatable AND preventable. Rather than write out a long explanation and then send you to the site where I got the information, here is a good link for you to get some good information on treating and p...

Posted on: 12:23:37 PM 8/11/2011

Hey there, not to worry. My Shih Tzu Badger has the same, gross, dark lumps all over him. He is 13 years old and the Vet has looked at the bumps many times. They are ...

Posted on: 12:09:33 PM 8/11/2011

It can be expensive, but Blue Buffalo is a great dog food. You should look into it. It used to be hard to find but now it has become very popular and is sold in many pet shops. Additionally, while I haven't tried them I have heard that Orijen and I...

Posted on: 12:07:06 PM 8/11/2011

In the future, there are some supplements you can give your dog to prevent them from eating feces which is often times to cause of parvo. Naturvet has a formula made especially to provide with dogs with the right blend of nutrients to prevent them fr...

Posted on: 9:00:13 AM 9/9/2010

If you got your dog from a humane society, there is a good chance she wasn't receiving the nourishment she required. Hot Spots are very common, especially in Summer, but that isn't to say they aren't terribly uncomfortable for dogs either. Here is ...

Posted on: 1:11:13 PM 3/16/2010

I have seen a lot of info about the aforementioned FURMinator and given its popularity, it seems to be pretty effective. I have never used one myself but in concept it seems like a potential solution. There are also skin and coat supplements that y...

Posted on: 9:00:58 AM 2/24/2010

I think Angel's Eyes are your best bet. By now you've probably already got them though

Posted on: 12:52:02 PM 2/10/2010

I'd recommend using a supplement with omega fatty acids and vitamin E. Some shampoos can dry out the skin so be careful as to which ones you are using.

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