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10 Year old dachshund had horrible reaction!
My 10 year old doxie has always used frontline, but we moved to an area with a lot of ticks. With a new baby,...More
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3 and a half old puppy keeps getting milk getting ...
My westie had a litter of 6 puppies, one of the puppies was very small. We had to start giving them milk...More
Posted by marialice20
Source for small animal med dosing devices?
I am looking to purchase a dosing spoon or long (5 inches or more) syringe that has dosages marked in 0.5 ml or...More
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Heart Attack in Dogs
I took my 10.5 year old golden for her usual 1.5 to 2 mile walk one night. After the walk we got in the car and...More
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Is Feline Hyperesthesia contagious?
A cat who recently died showed symptoms of Feline Hyperesthesia. He lost hair on his back legs, his back...More
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Skin rashes
I'm having the same skin issue with my 9 year old shihtzu. Do your dogs become hot to touch?
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excess urinating
we have a 6 month old pomeranian that has had 2 seizures in the past she is very active but does not...More
Posted by emmylouheavington
Puppy eats A LOT of weeds and grass
My new 3 month old puppy eats a lot of grass.
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We have a 3 month old female Australian Red Heeler. Since we have received her she eats a lot of weeds and grass. I know some grass is good for their digestive system, but not every time we go outside. What can I do? (This is the only area where she can go to the bathroom).
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Puppy eats A LOT of weeds and grass
My new 3 month old puppy eats a lot of grass.
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We have a 3 month old female Australian Red Heeler. Since we have received her she eats a lot of weeds and grass. I know some grass is good for their digestive system, but not every time we go outside. What can I do? (This is the only area where she can go to the bathroom).
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dog broken toe (help)!!!
Hello, my 12 months old lab/boxer mix broke one of his toes a couple of days ago. It is a weigh bearing toe of...More
Posted by adal83
Torn dew claw on a dog
what can be or should be done if a dog tears its dew claw? thanksMore
Posted by Anon_132025
Elevated Liver Enzymes - what does this mean
My 9 year old dog's blood has been tested for the last three years and I was told that her liver enzymes...More
Posted by doggiemomma
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Cat - severe mouth problems
Dear WebMD community, I was wondering if anyone could help diagnose this condition. Three years ago, our not...More
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Raw or semi raw? dry or canned? What should I feed...
What's your opinion of Blue Freedom indoor dry food? I often hear that I should feed my cat a raw diet but it...More
Posted by An_256296
Foxtails
My dog just went through an 8 month ordeal to find a foxtail. After surgery which failed to locate it my...More
Posted by brickdumazza
Why did my Dog's Lip turn pink?
Hi, My name is Kris. I have a 11 months old Female Labrador. I noticed that my Labrador's Left side...More
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Cat quality of life
My daughter's 5yr old cat has extreme allergy issues. She is on a special diet for food allergies. She is...More
Posted by ejfamous
doctors required for my dog
My dog ET is 2.5 years old.He fell off from 4th floor on 14th march.I took him to CUPA hospital and we have...More
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Cat Concussion
positive my cat has a concussion. he has all the symptoms except seizures. he is very lethargic so he is...More
Posted by rachelvolpe
Revolution & Fleas
We give Revolution to our dog, yet he still got fleas. He is an indoor dog. Now our indoor cat has fleas. Can...More
Posted by An_256091
What to do when a veterinary specialist refuses to...
Despite more than 20 years with as many companion animals, and despite being willing to spend whatever it takes...More
Posted by alysoun
You can afford medications for your pet. Please re...
I have a 16 year old dog who has pulmonary hypertension. Her doctor put her on two medications. One of these...More
Posted by yvonne249
Ruptured cyst
My 6 yo, 20 lb pom mix has had a cyst on her back for several weeks, it wasn't bothering her, she wasn't...More
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Quality vs quantity of life
My 6 1/2 border collie mix has been recently diagnosis with lymes and blastomycosis. She also had something...More
Posted by youngmiller
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Trying to come to terms with loss
My cat Tony was taken to the vet in early December 2013 due to decreased appetite. He was discharged after a...More
Posted by jensierra
dog won't eat
our dog 12 yrs old, had surgery to remove 2 teeth. brought her home she ate soft food (dry food mixed with...More
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Altered cats and loose abdominal skin
Can anyone tell me why cats develop loose skin on their abdomen after they are neutered? I have noticed this...More
Posted by pennie61
Vaccinations
I adopted a dog and the last owner said she had all her shots, but could not provide the records. They said...More
Posted by An_255861
Neurological Problem perhaps?
My fox terrier has episodes where she looses control of her back legs, becomes ridgid, trembles and...More
Posted by jflyerfan
chronic vomiting 3 months
I have a 6 year old female dog named Mya, who we adopted/rescued when she was 9 months old. She came...More
Posted by mamalovesbeach

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