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Posted on: 11:02:51 PM 8/10/2007

Ohhh LOL No wonder he was in pain. Yanking his poor little scabs off. Do a search for ticks so's you know what they look like. I have only had to pull one out recently on a foster dog. Its all a myth the burn the ticks rear. That is dangerous for th...

Posted on: 10:50:43 PM 8/10/2007

I use one too. on all three of my dogs and rescues. I have only not been able to do one of my rescues nails. When its new to them, I wrap them snug in a towel. After they realize it does not hurt they relax.

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Posted on: 12:30:00 PM 8/6/2007

K.C. usually shows up 3 to 11 days after exposure. I have had my poodle on antibiotics and honestly it helped her emmensely. I've heard you can use robitussin, but you will have to ask your vet how much to give.

Posted on: 12:32:17 PM 8/3/2007

If it was puss, then an ingrown hair or pimpley thing. If the stuff that came out was more thick and waxy, then it was probably a sebacous cyst. Older dogs get them often. benzoyl peroxide shampoo for dogs is what you would use. In time it reduces t...

Posted on: 2:59:35 PM 7/29/2007

I've heard of acne on dogs. But hopefully it is not mange too. That is typically a shared thing with a litter
Whats the mom or dad look like? Do they have any skin issues?

Posted on: 2:56:22 PM 7/29/2007

Yeah, she won't die from it. Just make sure she is not eating strange dogs fece's. She can get parasites that way, but still fixable.
My poodle used to do that. Till I made their potty area smaller. I watch them, and pick up right after. But she...

Posted on: 11:10:01 PM 7/26/2007

If it is right where the umbilical cord was then probably a hernia. Vet will hopefully tell you, it can be fixed when you get the dog fixed. If he tries to get you to do it sooner. Don't. Its not good to put your dog under anesthia so much. Also make...

Posted on: 11:04:19 PM 7/26/2007

Are you set up in a birthing spot. Keep her in a nice quiet area. Have clean towels ready, and a suction thing to clear the nose and throat of mucus.
How is everything???

Posted on: 7:18:59 PM 7/25/2007

Right Nic....
On occasion we have a pup that has a hernia. They are no big deal. Fixable when spayed or neutered. Don't let the breeder get it done, take the pup to someone you trust. Perhaps even a price reduction.

Posted on: 8:19:01 PM 7/23/2007

I have an itchy shih tzu right now, He's my newest foster. I just got a differant brand of food for the little guy. Sooo cute. Has red itchy front elbows.
I woul...

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