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Viewing all posts found for user raurke
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Posted on: 2:54:14 PM 2/19/2007

Hi there! Well been to the vet and back again. The vet suspected a possible thyroid problem so we ran the blood test ... it came back this morning NORMAL. So now we are back to believing that she has an allergy problem. The vet has switched her f...

Posted on: 8:47:32 AM 2/14/2007

I have just made my another appointment with the vet for this Saturday ... and I am demanding a complete blood work set of tests, including a thyroid test. That was one of the things my husband and I had always found odd .. that they never did any b...

Posted on: 2:50:23 PM 2/13/2007

In June when this all began I switched both Rotty's from Techni-CAL Adult dog food to Techni-CAL Lamb & Rice which is especially formatted with NO CORN or by-products and for dogs with sensitive skin.

Posted on: 1:43:49 PM 2/13/2007

Well I am back. We thought we had found the problem with our 3yr old rotty ... but I guess not. I have had her at the vet numerous times now only to be told she has a skin infection. So the vet keeps shaving her hair and putting her on antibiotics...

Posted on: 3:24:29 PM 11/6/2006

Thank you all for the helpful information.

Posted on: 1:04:19 PM 11/6/2006

Yes I do keep the dogs outside during the day. They are in at night and on weekends. During the cold winter months they are outside on only the nice days.

We generally have really bad black flies in early May and then get the odd deer ...

Posted on: 10:07:05 AM 11/6/2006

We have both rotty's on Techni-CAL Lamb and Rice dog food which has only one source of meat (lamb) and one source of grain (rice). This food is specifically for dogs with allergies, so there is absolutely no corn in this . I will however look to ...

Posted on: 8:59:33 AM 11/6/2006

I have a 3 year old female rotty who up until this summer has been very healthy. In July she started biting the hair off her hind quarters so we took her to our vet. She was diagnosed with an Airborne Allergy and put on antihistamines (steroid ba...

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