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  • in reply to: UTI and Crystals #81057 Report Abuse
    LadyJane
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    Our dog had a lot of issues with UTI’s and antibiotics were a life saver! One bit advice a vet gave us. If you have a little dog that is close to the ground and their ‘parts’ touch the grass, it is beneficial to use ‘no fragrance’ baby wipes on their private areas when they come in from outside. It may sound crazy, but this has absolutely worked! It’s been over a year of using them and NO UTI’s or infections. Also, wiping their feet with the wipes gets rid of nasty stuff on their feet and between their toes.

    in reply to: dental chews #81055 Report Abuse
    LadyJane
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    We switched to the ‘soft’ Greenies for hips and joints. One a day and it is just like the commercial. Jumping and happy! They may not be for every dog, so find what works for you and your dog.

    LadyJane
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    Our dog was very ill with an unknown ailment that had the vets concerned as they never did figure it out. We switched her food to include Royal Canine Intestinal High Energy mixed with ground sirloin that make without anything added. Everyday she gets 20 drops of Apawthocary Milk Thistle on her food at lunchtime, which worked MIRACLES in getting her liver back to normal. You have to find what works for your dog. Sometimes it takes time and $’s, but it’s so worth it!

    in reply to: Bravecto (chewable flea and tick) #80952 Report Abuse
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    We stopped ALL flea medications years ago. Our dog started having seizures whether oral or liquid drops on her coat. The vets said it wasn’t worth the risk. She is an inside dog, however does go out on occasion. We clean and vacuum regularly, wash her bedding, get her groomed and it seems to be working for her.

    LadyJane
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    Yes, she has had them forever. Did the surgery, it came back. Our dog is VERY furry so you don’t see them. Vet said unless they bother her, do nothing.

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