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What Type of dermititis is he suffering?
Hello, my name is Akshay Rastogi. I have a male White Labrador. He is continiously suffering from...More
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New Vaccination guidelines not being used and caus...
I am just curious why Vets are not using the new or American Animal Hospital Association which...More
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shelter dog with pneumonia
We lost our 15 year old dog last summer. This week, we finally decided we were ready to adopt another dog...More
Posted by mannejohnson
My little kitten has a growth by her genitals
My mum and I have been bottle feeding two kittens we found abandonded for 3 1/2 weeks now and the last...More
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Reply: Fear Aggression./Anxious Jack Russell Mix
Hi there, I'd like to know if you had any success since this post. We have almost an identical case with our...More
Posted by xantisant
Reply: cat stool
It could be from food dyes, eating plant matter, cat treats that have green colors in them, or any number of...More
Posted by rohvannyn
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Reply: Diseases You Can Not Get From Your Pet
Thank you for your input, Yes again I caught a full upper respiratory infection within the incubation time...More
Posted by atirakin
Reply: my dog has swallowed a ball
The only thing I can think of is to induce vomiting because that might at least get the ball out of his...More
Posted by rohvannyn
Dog fly paranoia
My dog is distraught at this time of year as he cannot stand flys. He seems to think they are on him even...More
Posted by An_258255
Reply: my cat is dieing
He might have breathing problems
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My dog is a husky and he got in a fight with a pit bull and I think his paw broken got no money to take him...More
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My dog is a husky and he got in a fight with a pit bull and I think his paw broken got no money to take him...More
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My dog is a husky and he got in a fight with a pit bull and I think his paw broken got no money to take him...More
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brewers yeast
have 680 MG Brewers Yeast, have read that its good to help with fleas on dogs. however i dont know how much to...More
Posted by ef2013
my dog has a bad cough
Our dog is about 15 yrs old the last couple of days he has been coughing and gagging alot almost like he has...More
Posted by An_258227
Reply: lazy obese cats that need stimulation
It depends on the cat. Most cats I've met were either energized or made sleepy by catnip, though I knew one...More
Posted by rohvannyn

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Reply: Question about claws
You can usually find diagrams that show the correct length to cut. Also, guage by how far the "quick" (blood...More
Posted by rohvannyn
Reply: What are the "dangers" of edible medical marijuana...
I see this was years ago, but just wanted to shed some light and see if things are going okay. My dog is 14...More
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Reply: VECTRA 3D killed my Boston Terrier
The same happened to my 2 year old beagle from using heartgard. I had to put him down and my vet didn't...More
Posted by tobysmomforever
Reply: my cat is dieing
I know all to well how that feels, friend... I wish any of us could help. I was in the same situation five...More
Posted by rohvannyn
Reply: Please help!
Have you ruled out something like yeast problems, mites, or things like that? Sometimes the food you get from...More
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Reply: Does your pet sleep on the bed?
we have a king size bed and our dogs sleep with us my yorkie desi(rae) sleeps in between our legs under...More
Posted by spoiledbratmj
9 week old jack Russell mix puppy
Yesterday it looked like he was getting a cold in his eye then this morning it looks like he is blind in...More
Posted by neneknockers
Frantic Licking
I have a 17+ year old Jack Russell who is exhibiting the sudden onset of frantic licking and funny noises...More
Posted by sverbeek
Allergic dog?
Three years ago I found this beautiful puppy in the park. He has been part of our family ever since. Last year...More
Posted by ilse2014
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Reply: Lump on cat's head; is removal urgent?
7-month update: It's almost seven months since removal and he's still tumor free. His lungs were x-rayed...More
Posted by elizabeth_1
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Reply: Cat Radiation: Full Course vs Palliative Course
UPDATE: It's been nearly seven months since my cat's fibrosarcoma was removed, and it hasn't recurred yet....More
Posted by elizabeth_1
Reply: itching
I wonder if your pup has a flea allergy? That sounds like a dog I had, and the way they acted. Of course that...More
Posted by rohvannyn
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Reply: My dog ate a Popsicle stick!!!
I would imagine that the rounded ends of the stick helped it pass through safely. I'm glad your dog is okay....More
Posted by rohvannyn
Dog ate a pop stick
I would also like to advise that the dog drink lots of water, but not to worry, as stick softens in the gut and...More
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