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Viewing all posts found for user shihtzumomma
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Posted on: 5:00:10 PM 9/15/2007

I was told and was recommended Diamond dog food for my puppies. You can get it at a local COOP. Does anyone have any other information on this brand? Has anyone tried it?
They say that it is all natural and supposed to help the digestive system ...

Posted on: 4:55:21 PM 9/15/2007

I would have her tested for allergies. They can do a blood test and tell you what she's allergic to and what the best diet is for her. It's easy and fast. That's what it sounds like. My friend had her

Posted on: 11:03:36 PM 9/8/2007

This is a great site...it might help.

I had a cat who had the same problem, I thought it was worms but it turned out to be som...

Posted on: 10:41:48 PM 9/8/2007

I agree with the dawn dishsoap theory! It's worked for me, it doesn't last a long time...a few days, but with kittens,it's about the only way that you can get rid of them without using something harsh!! I'm not sure what age they have to be, but the ...

Posted on: 10:34:56 PM 9/8/2007

I just posted a topic on this cats hotspots...but he also uses the bathroom on the couch...#1 and #2. I'd read all over the internet that if they don't use the box they usually have something wrong with them and to take them to the vet. So I took him...

Posted on: 10:29:45 PM 9/8/2007

I have a ragdoll cat that I recently aquired from someone that didn't care for him properly. I treat him monthly for fleas...but his entire back has hotspots. (All the way down his back..from his neck to his tail) I've put cream on it like the vet ad...

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