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Viewing all posts found for user oldhounddog
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Posted on: 4:09:22 PM 10/7/2010

>I just bought a bottle of Noromectin 1% to use as heartworm preventative for my two dogs.<

Sugarsandgal ,

Noromectin 1% injection and Ivomec 1% injection are the same drug, just compare labels.

****Do not use N...

Posted on: 6:08:18 AM 10/7/2010

NanaG ,
Sorry for your loss , prayers sent .


Posted on: 10:42:20 PM 10/6/2010

Could be the anal glands causing itching or pain.

Posted on: 11:05:17 AM 7/13/2010

This sounds like a great med for cocci if the Albon is not working.

***Edited By: oldhounddog on 7/15/2010 7:42:05 AM***
Reason: corrected for off topic

Posted on: 10:13:35 AM 6/26/2010

Prayer sent, wish you the best and a quick recovery for your dog...

Best, oldhounddog

Posted on: 1:56:25 PM 6/13/2010

A search on this will yield much information. You need to rule out health problems with a vet check-up. Feed the best dog food you can afford, stick to a twice a day feeding schedule and don't over feed. Some breeds are prone to this. Rule out basic ...

Posted on: 7:40:00 AM 6/1/2010

You have been given good advice on mother and pups. The one thing that I would add is that goat milk in cans at groc store will make things easy on you, use half goat milk and half water. It worked great on my eight redbone rescue pups when mom ran l...

Posted on: 10:42:32 AM 5/9/2010

Some dogs cannot tolerate milk because they do not produce an enzyme called lactase. Lactase helps with the digestion of lactose, which is found in milk. After weaning, the level of lactase activity falls to about 10 per cent of its peak activity. In...

Posted on: 6:20:47 PM 5/5/2010

Has anything changed in this time period such as new flea med,new food ,enviornment ie:bedding,household bug spray,cleaner, air freshner,new plant or toy? Dose your dog chew on treated wood? Perhaps contaminated dog food,pesticide/rat poison,lawn spr...

Posted on: 2:02:08 PM 5/5/2010

Frontline plus is what we have the best luck with on our 10 outside dogs. Make sure you take the time to get the liquid on the skin and not just fur,also apply some of the dose to the rump area as this helps.
The big thing here is what are you ...

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