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Diabetics are more prone to urinary infections, perhaps this is causing the smell?   Or she could have some kidney damage?  Sounds...
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Really?  Like I'd trust someone named T Dog with my car.  Reported.
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Hi Its no right to tale antibiotics add hock, just go back to the ER and ask to see if you can the same doctor for advice.Good Luck
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It's possible that the estroven may not have had the protective effects that the vet intended.  There isn't any real estrogen in it...
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Wash your hands after petting your dog for the first few hours, just to be extra safe, and you'll be fine.  Your dog will be okay too...
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Fever isn't necessarily something you need to get rid of, because it's the dog's way of fighting off the bacteria or virus or whatever is...
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Hi So was it a few day ago or a year ago?OK What ever you should just go see your doctor and talk this through with him/her, they will give your...
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Hi Greg So your dog kind of blow away your dreams then, as long as he/she did not break skin you should be OK.But if your really worried, then go and...
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Coconut oil might give your dog the runs if too much is eaten, but it's generally safe if it isn't mixed with cosmetics.  If it's...
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Intact males will want to wander, that's for sure.  His desire to wander my decrease after he's altered, or it may continue.  He...
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Partly because there are possible toxic things in the potato skin, but also because the dog might choke or get a blockage.  Dogs aren't very...
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Hi have read through this link its just for you and your dog, just what you wanthttp://www.petmd...
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