I changed my 3 year old Shih Tzu to Simple Guard 3 and after the second treatment he wants to bite his tail and at times does not want to walk. Theses symptoms started within 48 hours. I spent $500 over two days at the vets having all kinds of tests and xrays to find nothing wrong. I mentioned to the vet could it be the new Simple Guard 3 and she said she couldn't rule it out. The vet gave me some anti inflammatory meds and also allergy meds. She also recommended giving the dog a bath. I have given him two baths and it seems to have helped some. DOES SOMEONE HAVE ANY ANSWERS HOW TO STOP THIS?View Thread
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