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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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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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Unless you touch bodily fluid, tissue, or saliva of the animal with broken skin, like a cut or scrape of something like that, you're safe.
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Hi Well mine have a few each do, but here in Greece there just plain roasted peanuts, they do have a salt covering on the skins but they don't...
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Hi If your worried about worms, just get to your vet, if its a real young puppy, there's a cream for them being so young, as for the older cats...
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I am not a medical professional, but I can relate an experience I had many years ago as a young man. My thumb (just below the nail), was smashed in a...
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No. HIV is not a cat or dog disease.
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Hi, Most dogs do love a bit of grass, normally the rough grass, its very good for there stomachs when its upset.As for thee tongues, there always...
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Hi, Why don't you take it to the vets for your Mum, I'm sure this dose not sound right.Dose it ever get out for walks? fresh air would do it...
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Hi, it could be. I would take him/her to the vet as soon as possible. Ten years old in dog years is about 60 or 70 in our years, so it could just be...
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Hi, Ok the life tapeworm just keeps going round and round, in the top and out of the bottom, sorry no pun, so if you see your dog picking up poo...
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Insurance or not, there is very little that can be accomplished over the Internet in the way of diagnosis or treatment. Unless a medical provider can...
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