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Hi Have a good read through this link lots of help, for both you and your dog.The Link, http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/guide/understanding-why-dogs...
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Hi It looks like your dogs are safe along with you and hubby, it’s a cat thing only, but have a read of these links, lots of info. http://www.petmd...
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Hi Dose not sound good, please go see your vet, same advice for humans blood in urine see your doctor, get the picture.Good Luck
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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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