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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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Yes, there will be a spike in blood sugar level due to many reasons such as infections, stress, poor diet etc. This is applicable to the non...
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Hi Try looking for info from its breed, this way you may be able to get to the bottom of its problem, unless its a mixed breed so you would need to...
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This site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting, the only people who read these are us who answer...
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Hi Come to Greece most dogs sleep outside 24/7, Mine did used to sleep out at nights till we got some thunder storms, then he come in and stayed in...
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This is a medical site, seems you must be sick then?
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For dog health, typically the best way is to do the puppy series, and then rabies vaccine once ever three years thereafter.  Modern vaccines can...
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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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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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