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Dogs are not usually susceptible to human respiratory viruses. This is why they are called Lucky Dogs. Besides, cold viruses tend to be more...
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Hi What should you do ? Try seeing your vet.Good Luck
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Hi Just treat this with a strong sea salt water wash this will help clean and heal the cut do this n3 times to day then just twice a day till it...
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Hi If your that worried just get back to the ER.Good Luck
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Hi wash its wound with sea salt, at the rate of 1 table spoon in a big mug, this will help clean and heal the wound.Do this till it heals over twice...
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Hi No go to your vets, they will have the right thing for it, Gaterade is for athletes.Good Luck
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Hi For its heart worm, do have a good read of this link, could be better and cheaper that a vets, course of treatment at 3.000$. http://www...
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Hi I think your find it would be more down to separation anxiety, meds could help and therapy should help, I think a talk with your vet would be the...
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I think that only a vet can prescribe medication for any animal.
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I give my dog one 325mg aspirin for her hip pain when it flares, maybe try this? No Tylenol or ibuprofen though, it is toxic to animals.
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No,I believe the only way to test for rabies is through a biopsy of the brain tissue.  But if the dog was a rescue you should be able to trace...
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Depending on size of dog, baby aspirin for pain, and children's benadryl in dose recommended for weight.  What are you giving both for?
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Hi There is always a risk of worms in cats and dogs that why you should see your vet for a worming tablets, only get worming tablets from your vet...
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Do you keep your dog caged at night? If so they'll eat their poop, to keep the area clean. I have a Catahoula Leopard, she sometimes eats my...
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Hi This year we are using Seresto from Bayer, not cheap to buy, the only ticks we see are dead ones, and no fleas, so you can get these for mans best...
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