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Dissolving goo between pads by David Sherman
My dog has some hardened goo in the fur in between her pads that I think is bothering her. I don't have a clipper that can get in there, and I don't want to use a scissors because I could hurt her. Is there any SAFE solvent that I can use to dissolve a mat of goo-hardened fur that anyone here can...
February 28th 12 11:04 PM
by LIZZY Go to last post
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Acidophilus, bifidus, and antihistamines for allergies? by Manda
My dog's are horribly sick with allergies that are still a mystery to the 20+ vets I've seen so I've decided to try a more hollistic approach and was wondering if anyone else has tried this or had any luck with something else?
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February 24th 12 02:01 AM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Rabies.... odd HUMAN behavior by Jo Wolf
Infectious disease experts are verifying that a woman in India who presented herself for treatment for extreme and sustained sexual arousal over several days was suffering a known, but little reported sign of rabies. She died of the disease four days after seeking care. She told doctors that she...
February 18th 12 05:46 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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Has anyone had experience in the use of diatomaceous earth ? by Paul J. Dudley
Has anyone had experience in the use of diatomaceous earth for flea, tick and or worm control in/on dogs ? I just received a 5 pound bag of food grade diatomaceous earth. I have read that it can be used to control fleas and ticks on your pets and even given orally to control tape worms. One could...
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February 18th 12 05:41 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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Best way to tranquilize semi-wild rescue for visit to Vet? by johnnyb
My most recent acquisition (rescue) is an adorable Chow Chow that apparently has been living on his own for most of his life. According to the neighbors who have been feeding him, he has been living in a field under a tree for about a year. My guess is that he is about one and a half years...
February 18th 12 05:39 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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RANT: Disappearing Veterinarians by Mike S.[_2_]
My wife and I are really getting fed up after being abandoned by two consecutive veterinarians over the course of only 3 years. We brought our puppy to the first vet for his first year. We had a long and satisfying experience with this vet when we owned an elderly cat that we had inherited from...
February 18th 12 05:37 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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What to do if Your Pet is Hit By a Car and What to Put in a Pet FirstAid Kit by [email protected]
As a pet owner, one of my worst fears is having my dog or cat hit by a car. In the Vet world, we call this HBC. SIGNS You may see it, and then its obvious. Often though cats and dogs are HBC's and the only external signs are a few scrapes. They may be limping, or have difficulty...
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February 18th 12 05:36 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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ToothBrush help by GreatShot86
I just bought a new Zututh toothbrush, Home, how is this compared to other brushes for dogs?
February 18th 12 05:34 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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Recall dog food aflatoxin - Arrow and Petrus by buglady[_2_]
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm285254.htm?source=govdelivery O’Neal’s Feeders Supply, Inc. Recalls Arrow Brand Dry Dog Food Contact: Consumer: 800-256-2769 Media: Ed O’Neal
February 18th 12 05:33 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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accurate Diabetes information by Mike Taylor
I am new to the group, but thought I would see what the members know about the latest research data on canine diabetes mellitus. I am offering a deal on my report until the end of February. Read about it at my tiny website here, dogdiabetes.weebly.com I have spent 2 months compiling data from...
February 18th 12 05:31 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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HELP! Both dogs are so sick=( by Manda
Ive got two pitbull mixes, both having really bad skin irritations, ear infections and of course bathroom troubles as well. I've tried them on all kinds of allergy foods and had many many vet trips (prescriptions for steroids and other things were given) with nothing seeming to help. It's been...
February 18th 12 05:19 AM
by PickePekingese Go to last post
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Clomicalm recall and Novartis issues by buglady[_2_]
Heads up. Some Novartis drugs contaminated with stray bits of other kinds of meds. Letter sent to vets: "Dear Doctor: Novartis Animal Health US, Inc. is committed to delivering safe and efficacious veterinary products, and would like to inform you about a recent development involving...
February 16th 12 04:22 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Dilute Urine in my Honey by renkma
The following question is no longer valid. My dog's case/condition has been taken to a specialist. If you have concerns of the same symptoms and there is no explanation with the usual urine anaylisis and blood work, consider educating yourself about a condition called SARDs. It is somewhat...
February 10th 12 02:44 PM
by QaqaCattleDog Go to last post
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GoldenDoodles Cream-White Coat, experiences with by [email protected]
Once asked this group for help in stopping pink-brownish colors on light/white coat of our now 3 1/2 yr Goldendoodle.. Apparently in some dogs, bacteria and/or minerals are the culprit. Sought help here and there - Angel Eyes and the like. Zero, Results: now give Bella distilled water only. ...
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December 27th 11 06:25 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Curious. by Dipty
Hello, thought I'd introduce myself first. I'm David, 14 years of age, currently living in Australia and I just have a few questions about my canine, basically I'm just going to state what I do with her on a daily basis etc. Describe her and all that jazz. Her name is Bindy, she is currently 2...
December 22nd 11 04:59 AM
by sonofdog Go to last post
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Death by Vaccinosis by cyndi
"We present these gruesome photos, video (below) and records as examples of widespread veterinary malpractice through unregulated over- vaccination. Millions of people have lost their companion animals due to ignorance and/or callous disregard for animal health and the deleterious effects of...
December 20th 11 12:51 PM
by cyndi Go to last post
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Homeopathic Remedies For Kennel Cough by cyndi
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/homeopathic-remedies-for-kennel-cough/ This is a great article for those who'd like to try alternative ways of treating sickness, especially when the kennel cough "vaccine" does so poorly on protecting dogs.
December 16th 11 12:21 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Chicken Jerky - safe or not ? by Paul J. Dudley
I have a 5 year old Pomeranian who has had pacreatitis 3 times already. I used to try to make her own food by boiling beef or chicken to get rid of as much oil/greese as possible and then mix it with rice and vegetables. But then after a couple of bouts with pancreatitis the vet said "NO...
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December 15th 11 11:59 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Lifelong Immunity – Why Vets Are Pushing Back by cyndi
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/lifelong-immunity-vets/ The duration of immunity for Rabies vaccine, Canine distemper vaccine, Canine Parvovirus vaccine, Feline Panleukopenia vaccine, Feline Rhinotracheitis, feline Calicivirus, have all been demonstrated to be a minimum of 7 years by serology...
December 14th 11 01:52 PM
by cyndi Go to last post
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Please help!! Not sure what else to do by aking3028
I have a 14 year old Jack Russell, who besides what I'm about to state is in great health. For the past 2 months she has had a horrible cough. Sounds like she is going to cough up a hair ball but never has. The vet has done numerous tests including xrays and heartworm. She has put her on...
December 8th 11 04:59 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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