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Posted on: 1:42:08 PM 8/2/2008

Allergies are insane here right now too! Ugh! I've seen so many allergy dogs at the clinic lately. Poor things! I'm even having trouble myself. My dog bites her nails, but not to the point of making them raw or anything...she's just a nail chewer! I ...

Posted on: 1:11:43 PM 8/2/2008

What foods have you tried? There are a lot of good ones out there.

Natural Balance (my dogs love the Duck and Potato formula)
Solid Gold

Just to name a few. These are more holistic fo...

Posted on: 11:59:35 AM 8/1/2008

Just a thought, have you tried adding a supplement to replenish good bacteria in his gut? Being on anti-biotics can disrupt the balance in his stomach and intestines. Our doctors often prescribe something for that. Fortiflora, or Bene-bac gel are two...

Posted on: 12:45:45 AM 7/26/2008

There are so many things that come to mind when a dog is vomiting and refuses to eat. Gastroenteritis, colitis, pancreatitis, foreign bodies. I assume they would have recommended bloodwork and xrays. An xray would help determine if she had foreign bo...

Posted on: 12:38:54 AM 7/26/2008

Wow, poor little guy. He's been through so much in his short little life. I don't have an answer for you but just wanted to express my sympathy. I assume they've listened for heart defects/heart murmurs. Have they done an ultrasound to see if there a...

Posted on: 12:29:15 AM 7/26/2008

This sounds like a very dangerous situation for your dog. She should be supervised at all times and never let out for more than 5 minutes during the heat of the day. Heat stroke is nothing to joke around about. It can lead to shock and even death. Ge...

Posted on: 5:20:52 PM 7/13/2008

Thanks for that info, abby. Do you know if this applies to German Shepherds?

Posted on: 1:02:15 AM 7/13/2008

Your question is confusing. Strongid T is different than Ivermectin. Strongid is used for hookworms and roundworms. Ivermectin is the active ingredient used in Heartgard to prevent heartworms. It is not safe to give

Posted on: 12:50:16 AM 7/13/2008

Any kind of skin growth should be checked by your veterinarian. A lot of times they are benign but they can be malignant. If you wait too long it might cause additional problems. They good news is that most tumors or skin growths can be completely re...

Posted on: 1:07:34 AM 7/9/2008

One thing to think about with sedatives is that most of them take 45 minutes to an hour to take affect, so with thunderstorms its hard to predict when they will pop up. If its just once a year with fireworks it might be something to consider, but tal...

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